Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Science
© 2019 Adam L Dhillon
This thesis is focused on analyzing a particular notion of complexity of real valued functions through the lens of analog computers. This report features design changes to Pour-El’s notion of an analog computer that reflect this question of complexity in a concrete way. Additionally, these changes to the analog computer allow an extension of Pour-El’s work in which the complexity of a function can be identified with the order of a differentiably algebraic equation that the function satisfies.
Dhillon, Adam, "A Complexity of Real Functions based on Analog Computing" (2019). HMC Senior Theses. 225.
This thesis is restricted to the Claremont Colleges current faculty, students, and staff.