reversible counter

reversible counter

[ri′vər·sə·bəl ′kau̇nt·ər]
(computer science)
A counter which stores a number whose value can be decreased or increased in response to the appropriate control signal.
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The common point of these three problems lies in the undecidability proof, which is based on a simulation of reversible counter machines.
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