I would have guessed a spelling error of PHP
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I would have guessed a spelling error of PHP
Dynamical systems = Can be described by Lagrangians
Dynamic systems = Lots of crap happens
Boffins eat tori. Cops eat doughnuts.
Apart from that, nice math doing. Theorems are so far away from the vagaries of MUH OFFICE LIFE and COMPUTER SAYS NO.
Well, I guess it was a second systems effect.
And large companies high on dotcom steroids sniffing upgrade blood.
Dead Packets' Society!
Do you want a boot virus with that?
Do I smell ... anti-semitism??
People click on ads?
Just like Y2K with less preparedness?
Now at least I know why my browser startup took so long.
Modern antivirus software keels over faster than an Iraqi Army facing ISIS
...but actually the Feral Underground Cats Commune Internet Hacking Association (FUCCIHA)
Talking of which, is Brennan still in the job? Does he have to personally molest Obama's cat on the White House lawn in front of cameras for something to happen??
First good news I hear today.
Microsoft growing out of the behaviour proper to an badly brought-up underage male left loose on a chatboard? We can only hope.
Can't we all get along or Imma just gonna download.
The popularity of the paperback means that most of the money is made from selling volume, whereas it used to be that people would put down money for a good book.
This is utter bollock because it is only valid in a world in which people are force to buy cheap paperbacks AND NOTHING ELSE, like in a fantasy world made up by Marx-slingers.
In the real world, you can get hardcover first editions if you have confidence in the author shelling out $$$ for immediate gratification, and you can get books in hardcover-only which are very, very expensive.
To see where this might lead, duckduckgo "japanese romance ebooks": three dollars worth of useless mush written in less than two weeks.
There must be a market for this and that market does not exist because excellent authors are forced into paperbacks and need to write crap in a hurry. It's the standard fare of train station bookshops and airport shops.
Also, supply and demand.
You seem to be jaded about this?
"US-created Cyber Patriot programme."
Everyone abandon thread!
"This is the wrong number. You may want to dial 357."
Did that actually happen in the land of "Zero Tolerance"?
> pop star Justin Bieber
> SWAT team drives up
> "target was confused by the sudden commotion and the sight of HKs and tried to move"
"Pop star" suddenly acquires a different meaning.
> which negates some of the advantages.
> At least it's easy to check the results of the factorisation with a classical computer.
We also have "quantum error correction" which actually makes sure that the calculation stays on track and the problem of information loss is considered solved. No, I haven't though about this at all.
This is a country slightly to the west of continental Yurop. Of course there is.
You know what to do:
There are videos on how to terminally get rid of cats; this is not one of them.
For that we need the State to step up to the plate and protect its citizens
That's some big honking stone under which you have been living for the last twenty years, mate.
Have a military MRE, because that's all you gonna get from state. That and rampant inflation.
But this is not really a problem, is it?
> Increases in Real incomes for 99% of the US population stopped during the Reagan era
What is the Federal Reserve.
I'm here for reasoned debate. If you disagree, let's hear why
You are assuming the bureaucracy is there to look out for you.
You are wrong. They are there to look out for themselves and their paymasters who seize your funds to pay them. And they never retreat.
Probably because he didn't know what that is.
Things are going increasingly haywire in inside-the-Beltway and Neocon/Foreign politics, not to mention in economics where the point where the can kicking becomes ineffective seems past. Meanwhile "public forces" seem to be incresingly militarized, psychologically as well as gear-wise.
The prez is not on the side of liberty, not by a long shot (instead he is on the side of "the freedoms"). And so isn't the whole bipartisan clique. The next prez will hopefully not be Madame "We came, We saw, He died" Hillary (because LOL unelectable democrats) but the odds that there will be anything better on display are slim indeed.
The surveillance apparatus won't give up unless pitchforks come out and kebabs are removed from government buildings.
So no, I foresee a worsening.
Data collection serves two purposes, an ad driven revenue source for the likes of Google, and political control/repression capability for the likes of the 5 Eyes.
Conflating the two doesn't make much sense and leads to bad thinking.
Well, that's the country that sics dogs on people at airports to see whether they are illegally exporting gold.
More to the point, is anyone using that kind of service?
Always amazing how random commentards have already invented everything, thought everything through and found something not worthy by scanning through an El Reg article in 30 seconds. Probably while not having reached the first course on differential equations yet.
Well, you eejits have proved you can actually read, so feel free to read some more.
As for using the word "synapse", it has been standard procedure to use it for the connection element since, like, 1943 (A logical calculus of the ideas immanent in nervous activity). Yes, a real synapse is far more complex than anything implement yet. So what?
25000 rat neurons flew a flight simulator
For some limited amount of "fly".
Indeed, and for the brain stuff, you wanna go to: Blue Brain Project.
What is intelligence exactly? If someone gives me a spec, I'll have a slow AI running on my server once I implement it.
Clearly this question does not make sense, except when the acceptable answer would be that it is the capability to solve problems better than initially expected.
Exactly ultimately how is this different from Transputers? Other than simpler elements and more of them using smaller geometry?
It is the number that counts. Upgrading by a few orders of magnitude allows you to run more interesting experiments.
Yeah yeah yeah.
> It might be modelling Perceptrons, which are actually useful for engineering.
They are not very interesting because they are just classifiers handily described in a single equation. This is not that.
Just download from the Internets and read ahead.
> People spend their time looking for 'the next Hitler', which is a woeful waste of time.
Freedumb politicians identify a new one EVERY FSCKING MONTH. It's a national sport, which is never a waste of time.
I think I remember the verb "to redact" started to be misused for "to censor" at the time Saddam was worse than Hitler and we Kicking his Ass and then got Mission Accomplished. Why has it moved into standard industry talk now?
Or is my Alzheimer showing?
Why did Sun have to get bought by Oracle?
Chill out. It's just the US bombing again.
> going in for anti-Semitism directed against Jews with no connection to Israel
"Sometimes, she would spend several hours a day reading and writing messages, neglecting her social relationships and, sometimes, even meals and regular sleeping hours. She finally felt increasingly desperate because she could not fulfill all of the tasks, became increasingly afraid of what would happen to her if she did not, and finally, developed intense suicidal thoughts."
A standard day of the sysadmin-developer.
Really, what's so special?
> Nescafe Gold
Such engineering. Much social. Wow.
Yes .... Even if it turned out later that the sandbox was leaking all over the place. Imagine what would have happened if Microsoft had managed to push its own "optimized" version.
Next sandbox: run the whole browser in its own VM.
"Kieron Sharp, director general of the Federation Against Copyright Theft, which also took place in the raids, added:"
What happens if Kieron Sharp, director general of the Federation Against Copyright Theft, is wounded in the raid as instead of a 20 year old nerd a bunch of coloured persons enraged by the BIP are encountered (hypothetically)?