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Any realistic theory must be computationally realistic: a response to N. Gisin's definition of a Realistic Physics Theory

Bolotin, Arkady;
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  • Published: 08 Jan 2014
Abstract
It is argued that the recent definition of a realistic physics theory by N. Gisin cannot be considered comprehensive unless it is supplemented with requirement that any realistic theory must be computationally realistic as well.
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