On Monday 19 May 2008 11:28:33 am Thomas Bridge wrote:
> > I am reasonably knowledgeable about random numbers
> > (having given a course on Algorithmic Information Theory).
> > In particular, I know what "random" means (in the sense of Kolmogorov).
> > which I suspect no-one else here does.
> > (But I'd be pleased to find I'm wrong in this belief.)
>> So that's which set of your course notes I have to go back and read :)
I see my notes on this course can be found at
But any book by Chaitin would probably be more rewarding.
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