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Reversible Logic (846 words)
PhysComp '96 was held in Boston in November of 1996.
Reversible computing at MIT is a large and active area of research, with investigations reaching from the levels of the physics of computation and theory of reversible computing, through the circuit techniques for implementing reversible logic, to the development of instruction sets and programming languages which support fully reversible computation."
This brief introduction to reversible logic is provided courtesy of Ralph C. Merkle.
Reversible process (thermodynamics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (567 words)
In thermodynamics, a reversible process, or reversible cycle if the process is cyclic, is a process that can be "reversed" by means of infinitesimal changes in some property of the system without loss or dissipation of energy.
A reversible process changes the state of a system in such a way that the net change in the combined entropy of the system and its surroundings is zero.
Reversible processes define the boundaries of how efficient heat engines can be in thermodynamics and engineering: a reversible process is one where no heat is lost from the system as "waste", and the machine is thus as efficient as it can possibly be (see Carnot cycle).
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