Jacques M. Mallah wrote: >Marchal wrote: >>(ƒ) I agree with Jacques Mallah that the measure depends on the number of >>implementations > > Please explain that remark.
Well, it seems you say exactly that in some of your posts. I will try to find them in the archive. I think you were talking on "actual" "real" "physical" implementations where I speak about the computations occuring in the running UD, where "running" does not need to be actual running. It is linked to the following question: you are read and destroyed at Brussels and reconstituted in one exemplar at Washington and 9 identical exemplars in 9 thoroughly identical virtual simulation of Moscow. What is, at Brussels, your first person expectation to find yourself in Washington and Moscow ? If you say that your expectation to find yourself at Maoscow is bigger than the one to find yourself at Washington, then, by definition, I will say that you link the measure with the number of (actual, here) running computations. Bruno