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April 6, 2017

Do financial markets have computing capabilities? And, if so, what, and how, do they compute? 

Those questions are obviously interesting. If markets behave like a computer, then we should be able to emulate their functioning to predict future asset prices.

To find a...

April 6, 2017

Analizing the amount of possible paths through the center of a big town, one might conclude that all paths have the same probability of being traveled. But in a real town a very little set of paths are commonly used, while the big majority of them are rarely. Are we ab...

April 6, 2017

Some cellular automata, as are described for example in the book A new kind of science by Stephen Wolfram, are so-called Turing complete, since they can emulate a Turing Machine and can be considered like a universal computer. We could try to select a population of cel...

April 6, 2017

Sea waves are a complex and cahotic phenomenon, just like financial markets. Despite this, we can find some regular behaviour in waves and, for example, use the oscillating movement of a ship to generate energy. So, the question is: how can we generate the same type of...

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