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For example, Computer 1 simulates the front of a statue. Computer 2 simulates the back of a statue. Computer 3 simulates the birds eye view of a statue. Then the three computers have independently but as a set have nearly simulated the entire statue. I suppose the problem is coordinating this well, since the computers are separate it may not be feasible to produce a coherent result.

So this artificial statue would exists partially in the program of 3 computers, and hence would exist in the set of the computers if the set is considered a legitmate object.

Would this have applications of simulating the real world? Afterall, the real world is too complex for a single computer to simulate, but many computers can simulate some aspect of it in such a way that the divided work can be put together to give a better view of the whole.