Pancomputationalist theories are a group of physical theories that try to describe the universe itself as a computer or an informational (processing) structure.
Informational (structural) realism is a group of theories that supports an ontological commitment to a world consisting of the totality of informational objects dynamically interacting with each other
It is proposed by philosopher Luciano Floridi
In one of his articles (http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/4076/), he says:
"On the other hand, pancomputationalists like Lloyd , who describes the universe not as a Turing Machine but as a quantum computer, can still hold an analogue or hybrid ontology. Laplace’s demon, for example, is an analogue pancomputationalist. And informational ontologists like Sayre , or myself (Floridi  and Floridi [forthcoming]) do not have to embrace either a digital ontology or a pancomputationalist position as described in Zuse Thesis"
My question is, are all pancomputationalist models compatible with this philosophy? Are 't Hooft's models compatible with this? Are Konrad Zuse's models compatible with it? Or maybe Paola Zizzi's or Jürgen Schmidhuber's models?
Because it is only said that pancomputationalist models are compatible with it, I thought that maybe only some pancomputationalist models were compatible with it. I'm also asking whether are there pancomputationalist models that take a physical/scientific/mathematical point of view/approach to this philosophy.