Tag Archives: fuzzy logic

From bike design to security design

You recall my posts from a couple of days ago (various), and here, and have studied the underlying Dutch Granny Bike Theory (as here), while not being put off by the lack (?) of design when taking a concrete view … Continue reading

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You’re not dumb

That’s why I agree so much with the first of this, and keep on trucking posting for the, hardly a, few reader(s) as per sub/secondhalf title of this. With the previous sentence demonstrating that thus. OK, still with: [For the … Continue reading

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Is quantum computing replacing Turing Machines ..?

About scientists, and quacks. … stayed as guests in the Ehrenfest home, they were no doubt amused by their host’s pet parrot, which had been trained to say, “But, gentlemen, that is not physics.” But gentlemen, let’s discuss quantum computing. … Continue reading

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Lament / Where have ‘Expert Systems’ gone ..?

Those were the days, when knowledge elicitation specialists had their hard time extracting the rules needed as feed for systems programming (sic; where the rules were turned into data, onto which data was let loose or the other way around … Continue reading

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What we all want / need …

Just as a simple link. If (sic) you understand, you’ll understand what you, we, all need, crave. Yes indeed that’s all. Plus: [More than just the Montanges …]

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Weird infosec science

Who would have thought — that total surveillance would reach into the house, no / hardly any backdoors need to be built in even. As explained here, and here in closer-to-humanly-readable form. If such are the Tempest inroads, who needs … Continue reading

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Golden oldie pic of the day

Yup, another one of those, maybe not so golden but really olden…:

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