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    Mapping computer state changes as a space.

    I excluded the abstraction process. For very small functions you can map it's space. The process described is effectively path independent. If you know the start and end points and can parameterise it as a function of the localised change you can then ignore the space in between and consider...
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    Mapping computer state changes as a space.

    I want to see if we can map the space that is computable programs. You wouldn't consider complex problems, once you mapped the simplest problems into a space of points you can get a distribution. You may see that these clump. Seeing as several of the variables are proportional to the history of...
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