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To maintain the integrity of the Second Law, entropy must somewhere be produced in a quantity at least as great as that reduced by the sorting. The most obvious place to look for this increase in entropy is in the Demon itself. Leﬀ and Rex consider the following isothermal ‘pressure-Demon’ cycle consisting of the following three steps: “(a) The Demon reduces the gas entropy at fixed temperature and energy by letting molecules through the partition in one direction only. This sorting process generates pressure and density diﬀerences across the partition.
Without more explanation than “reasonable assumption”, Szilard compensates the decrease in system entropy with the entropy increase generated by the measurement process, saying, “One may reasonably assume that a measurement procedure is fundamentally associated with a certain definite average entropy production, and that this restores concordance with the Second Law. The amount of entropy generated by the measurement may, of course, always be greater than this fundamental amount, but not smaller” .
It consisted of simple acts of iterated reading or writing of a symbol and the transference of ‘focus’ from one place on the paper to a diﬀerent place on the paper, usually thought of as a continuous tape. The action of the machine depends solely on the current state of the a-machine and the symbol at the momentary focal location. Turing writes, “We may compare a man in the process of computing a real number to a machine which is only capable of a finite number of conditions q1 , q2 , . . , qR which will be called “mconfigurations”.