I was wondering if anyone out there knows of any papers that connect
computational processes to thermodynamics in some organized fashion. The
sort of thing I am looking for would have statements saying
cooling is ....(info/computational equivalent)
pressure is ..(info/computational equivalent)
temperature is ....
volume is ....
entropy is ....
I have found a few but I think I am missing the good stuff.
here's one ...
Reiss, H. 'Thermodynamic-Like Transformations in Information Theory',
Journal of Statistical Physics vol. 1, no. 1, 1969. 107-131.
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