Serafino Cerulli-Irelli (scerir) wrote:

>Christof Schmidhuber wrote an interesting paper, along that path: 
>"Strings from Logic" http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0011065
>"What are strings made of? The possibility is discussed that strings 
>are purely mathematical objects, made of logical axioms. More precisely, 
>proofs in simple logical calculi are represented by graphs that can be 
>interpreted as the Feynman diagrams of certain large-N field theories. 
>Each vertex represents an axiom. Strings arise, because these l
>arge-N theories are dual to string theories. These ``logical quantum 
>field theories'' map theorems into the space of functions of two parameters: 
>N and the coupling constant. Undecidable theorems might be related to 
>nonperturbative field theory effects." 

Thanks for this interesting reference. It seems more readable than 
other papers by Christof Schmidhuber. 

Bruno


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