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In understanding the computational model of the human brain, this term often gets invoked. The way I crudely understand it is that the sum of constituents of computer logic form an entity that is allowed to control the directive of further computing to proceed unlike conventional computing where instructions are merely punched in. But I have a feeling that even in conventional computing, there is some degree of reflexive computing, non-linear equations like 3-body problem come to mind. How can one achieve this and am I understanding this correctly?

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