Mu-bit is defined here as 'multi-space bit'. It is different from standard meaning of bit in conventional computation, because in Smarandache's multi-space theory, the bit is created simultaneously at multi-spaces. This new 'bit' term is different from multi-valued-bit already known in computer technology, for example as MVLong . This new concept is also different from qu-bit from quantum computation terminology . We know that using quantum mechanics logic we could introduce new way of computation with 'qubit' (quantum bit), but the logic remains Neumann. Now from the viewpoint of m-valued multi-space logic, we introduce a new term: 'mu-bit' (from ' multi-space bit').
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