|Dimensions||3200μm x 3200μm|
The Busy Beaver Coprocessor has been designed to solve the Busy Beaver Function for 5 states. This function (also known as the Rado's Sigma Function) is an uncomputable problem from information theory. The input argument is a natural number 'n' that represents the complexity of an algorithm described as a Turing Machine.
This chip can implement 80 million Turing Machine instructions per second and can directly be attached as a co-processor to an existing processor. BBC has one interrupt output and two status registers enabling the chip to be used both with interrupts or by polling.