Many computer science publications from the 1950s and 1960s contain fascinating philosophical speculations on the nature of the mind and the meaning of information in relation to the physical world. ...
Scott Aaronson said in the paper entitled "Why Philosophers Should Care About Computational Complexity" (Please see ECCC Report: TR11-108, section 7, pp 25-31): Following the work of Kearns and ...
Bayesian theory is a very popular theory of probabilities based upon a subjective framework of beliefs. However, subjects and beliefs have to be embodied, meaning to be feasible, it ought to be ...
Just out of curiosity, if the classical computation is about permutation matrices and quantum computing is about unitary matrices (of which the permutation matrices are a subgroup), then will there be ...
[Edit 21 July 2011: I edited the question to ask for more examples] This question is asking for documented discussion of or more examples of a heuristic observation. Some mathematical problems that ...