Recently Lee Yiwata sent me a list of book related to hypercomputation. The list is rather complete but I would like to mention only the most recent titles that I did not happen to skim through. Biological Hypercomputation and Degrees of Freedom by Carlos Eduardo Maldonad. Interactive Computation: The New Paradigm edited by Dina Goldin, Scott A. Smolka, and Peter Wegner. Ordinal Computability: An Introduction to Infinitary Machines by Merlin Carl. Computation and its Limits by Paul Cockshott, Lewis M Mackenzie, and Gregory Michaelson. Computational Matter edited by Susan Stepney, Steen Rasmussen, and Martyn Amos. Physical Computation: A Mechanistic Account by Gualtiero Piccinini. Church’s Thesis. Logic, Mind and Nature edited by Adam Olszewski, Bartosz Brożek, Piotr Urbańczyk. The books Computation and its Limits and Physical Computation: A Mechanistic Account are not in favor of hypercomputation, nevertheless, they might be of interest to some people. Personally, I am not re
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Hypercomputation is about machines that transcend the computational power of the Turing machine. However, I think it is quite instructive to really understand the power of the Turing machine. Therefore, I think play with a Turing machine simulator is quite instructive. The Turing machine simulator by Martín Ugarte is a very interesting and powerful simulator that I recommend to everyone who wants to play with Turing machines.