Is K(x|y) uncomputable for infinite x, y pairs or only for fixed y, infinite x?
Li and Vitanyi don’t formally state the uncomputability theorem for K(x|y). Most online discussion seems to take the first version, but surely when you have infinite pairs x, y st x = M(y), M computable, the minimal program for M is a finite constant and so computable. Am I missing something?
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