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(1), (2) 1 The meaning of analogy is the following: in the field of computing what defines the specific character of a program is what this is capable of performing. For its part, that which allows the program to perform its function is precisely its formal nature, i.e. the algorithm. When the algorithm is implemented in a physical system entails that what makes its functional efficacy in Act is the way in which the physical system is now organized according to the algorithm. 2 See also the notion of functional equivalence.

The notion of functional equivalence and their possible nuances (1) Standard Version: two systems are functionally equivalent if they are able to perform the same kinds of things. (2) Specific version: two systems are functionally equivalent if they are able to perform the same type of things from the same or similar processes. (3) Generic version: two systems are functionally equivalent if they are able to perform the same kinds of things from similar principles processual. – El Lic. Federico Gonzalez holds a degree in psychology, and Director of Intelligent Learning, which basic purpose offer knowledge of high quality and training of high performance in all business and educational and professional levels of the Spanish speaking world. Intelligent Learning provides these educational solutions in a simple, comprehensive, unified, and backed by international standards for the administration of learning systems..


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