Did you mean to say a system *not* algorithmically compressible is defined
Jonathan Colvin writes:
> Pondering on this, it raises an interesting question. Can we
> between worlds that are (or appear to be) rule-based, and those that are
> purely random?
The usual approach is that a system which is algorithmically compressible
is defined as random. A rule-based universe has a short program that
determines its evolution, or creates its state. A random universe has
no program much smaller than itself which can encode its information.
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