Crypto and new computing strategies
ravage at bga.com
Wed Mar 30 12:50:13 PST 1994
> Jim choate writes:
> > > Complexity theory doesn't have anything to do with any world, macro-
> > > or micro- or mega- or whatever. It's mathematics.
> > Complexity theory is mathematics so I would have to say your last
> > assertion is total drivel.
> I think you've misunderstood. What I meant was that because it's a
> purely mathematical set of concepts, it doesn't have anything to do
> with hardware details.
> | GOOD TIME FOR MOVIE - GOING ||| Mike McNally <m5 at tivoli.com> |
> | TAKE TWA TO CAIRO. ||| Tivoli Systems, Austin, TX: |
> | (actual fortune cookie) ||| "Like A Little Bit of Semi-Heaven" |
I have to disagree, the implimentation of such a theory by a physical model
will have some hardware dependancy.
More information about the cypherpunks-legacy