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By Ernesto Bussola (auth.), Giovanni Campardo, Federico Tiziani, Massimo Iaculo (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642147518

ISBN-13: 9783642147517

Memory Mass Storage describes the basic garage applied sciences, like Semiconductor, Magnetic, Optical and unusual, detailing the most technical features of the garage units. It bargains not just with semiconductor and difficult disk reminiscence, but in addition with alternative ways to fabricate and meeting them, and with their program to satisfy industry specifications. It additionally offers an advent to the epistemological matters bobbing up in defining the method of remembering, in addition to an outline on human reminiscence, and an enticing excursus approximately organic stories and their association, to higher know how the easiest reminiscence we now have, our mind, is ready to think and layout memory.

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Or, put in another way, Can a system embed a complete description of itself? Certainly we are landing ourselves in the hazardous territory of impredicativity: this term, coined by Jules-Henry Poincaré, denotes when a definition of a set is based on a property that invokes the same elements we are defining. A fundamental historic example of the devastating effects impredicative definitions may cause on a theoretical consistent construct is done by the Russell’s paradox. This antinomy, communicated by Russell to Frege in a short letter written in 1902, provoked an insoluble impasse to Frege’s attempt to consistently build the foundations of mathematics on the ground of formal logic.

4) So, we encountered a closed system a+b+c which, in some sense, contains a complete self-description; and more self-imaging constitutes its proper essence. Actually, this example does not fully solve our problem, because it deals with infinite chains of symbols, while every memory system we can treat is supposedly finite. However, it opens the perspective that self-description could be a sound nonempty concept. Another possible way to put the question of whether an information system can contain an encoded image of itself is to refer to some ideas from the algorithmic information theory, developed by the mathematician Gregory J.

We may consider a suggestive abstract example. The mathematician John H. Conway invented an easy way to write a number sequence that describes another number sequence: as when we dictate a long phone number, every cipher could be preceded by the quantity of its consecutive occurrences. For instance, the sequence r = 3321111355 can be first divided by grouping repeated numbers 33-2-1111-3-55 and finally described with this sequence46 two“3” − one“2” − four“1” − one“3” − two“5” that is, s = 2312411325.

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