ALGORITHMIC APPROACH TO BASIC THERMODYNAMIC NOTIONS
We propose a framework that might lead to new insight in physics namely that, conceptually, the underlying mechanisms of physics phenomena are basically algorithmic in nature. Our interest is to show that physical phenomena can be viewed as a manifestation of different programming concepts. In this context, some basic thermodynamics notions are studied.Key words: vacuum, thermostat, temperature, OOP (object oriented programming).
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