Re: [linux-5] New Meetup: Open Source Enterprise 2.0 (By OS3)

From: looi eng i.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 22, 2008 10:13 PM

Author: joeching 
Date:   [masked]:16

"complex stuff"?

tell her, in order to go far, make it simple.

temp, do u have any idea what's the robotic editor, the most basic component in robacus, represents?

 

 

it, as i proved to richard stallman of free software foundation fame and author of the best editor in use, predicts the day no editor will ever be needed one day.

or, do u know what's an editor?

the space nuke reactor was a multi-million project, from g.e. to lockheed. it used to take 6 man-month labor, but still made 6 errors. now, u might just have done it in a few second, assuming u can follow the simple instructions.

 
 
 
 

 

Author: joeching 
Date:   [masked]:53

heard of the most famous program called RETRAN, for thermal analysis of nuclear reactors? i m one of the original authors. and it proved the thermal hydraulic equations(mass, energy and momentum equation) derived by differential equation classical math were unstable and therefore wrong. and RETRAN has been able to solve the realistic problems, which the authority at MIT claimed impossible. but a nut physics professor(halv... something) claimed the tank-and-tube approach in RETRAN has no math basis?

liao, how many times do i have to tell u math is obsolete, owing it's very existence only to the absense of computer. and physics got to go much, much more basic -- into the molecular level, like monte carlo random walk methodologies.

anyway, robacus is way beyond this kind of mick-mouse plug in(including eisnstein's e=mc**2 nonsense).

 
 
 
 

Author: joeching 
Date:   [masked]:53

ROBACUS Test Drive

By clicking the following link and then entering the password: "000000" (6 zeros), you will be about to take a test drive on ROBACUS, the ROBotic abACUS:

http://208.64.187.53:5801

A few thins to note in the test drive are:

1. Use only the [Enter] and [End] keys, unless you know what you are doing, which normally takes several spins around the block, or processing, in this case. And you should use the mouse only sparingly to go into a new processes until you are ready to be on your own.

2. ROBACUS is a computing environment entirely managed by software robots. The mouse allows the user to initially pick what task he wants to performed, normally guided by some existing software robot. It should be noted that the actually corresponging software are assumed to be nonexistent at the start of the processing. The [Enter] key allows a user to see a step-by-step process of how the software is generated. The [End] key speeds up the process by getting the robot to do the remaining chore in the background instantly.

3. The green letterings in a dialogue box are the questions issued by the computer and the yellow letterings are answers that previous users have typed in. You can type over the yellow letters and modify the processing. But you may quickly find you in a time- travelling, if you don't yet know what you are doing before some minimal tutorials.

4. Also, notice how the mouse cursor jumps to the option box as the default choice you can make with the [Enter] key, or the mouse click, without moving the mouse.

5. Essentially all user software are expected to be generated from scratch before it's executed. This is done by the natural language programing program(NATLAN) with typically guidance from the resident software robot(SOFROB). Once the software is written, it would be automatically processed, or compiled or interpreted, into machine executable codes in the "background". This background, by the way, is just a enhanced unix environment and can be accessed and viewed with the [Backspace] key. Finally the just-generated program will prompt you to guide its execution.

5. Just be forewarned for all you venturous souls out there -- a few clicking of the mouse and key punches off the beaten path of the robots could easily take you to hell and heaven, and back, in a flash. You see, the knowledge and experience accumulated in ROBACUS could easily amount to billion hours of man-labor, or more precisely man-intelligence.

6. Thus far, ROBACUS has touched upon the most major nontrivial, representative types of computing problems facing the technical community. Currently it has initiated a project in the natural language programing program(NATLAN) to make it a more powerful programmer than the best the human specie can offer. This is the generation of a blackjack playing program that could debunk the MIT hoax. At this point a program has been written MANUALLY to show explicitly what it takes to win in blackjack -- it's a big lie. Blackjack is unbeatable in a real world situation. But to make the NATLAN to repeat the manual programming task is a daunting yet possible feat. Specifically, it requires an utter mastering of the IF-THEN programming logics in NATLAN.

7. It should also be noted that ROBACUS has its own editor, a robotic editor at that. This is necessary due to requirement of doing the volumous editting needed to instantly upgrade ROBACUS to the best computing methodology conceived at any moment. And the total concentration required in ROBACUS development cannot be achieved by any other existing editors, such as emacs and vi, which cause intolerable distractions from the idiosyncracies in their designs. You see, developing the computer intelligence in the NATLAN probes into the very thinking process that is trying to think out how the same thinking can be best done in a computer.

8. Finally, ROBACUS has its own debugger, or diagnoser. Its enhanced self-trouble-shooting feature serves, not only as a dissector of the problem software for a new comer, but also lends itself to make ROBACUS self-healing one day, all transparent to the user. The trouble with this project, at this point. is that the very unprecedent attempt in the history of software engineering is that it's nearly impossible for my brain to adapt to the convenience of having the computer actually doing the mission-impossible tasks of diagnosing and correcting itself automatically. Well, if you understand what I have just say, please explain it to me.

 

 

Author: joeching 
Date:   [masked]:37

sorry guys. i omitted a few thing that i used to state in www.ping-pong.net's
link to the robacus node. here it is(use as a reference, if u v already figured out how to get on robacus):

1. after u enter the 6 zeros as password, click away all the pop-up windows(but not the xterm terminal(in black and green letterings).

2. if there is no terminal on the screen, go down to the page and click the 4th icon, or xterm terminal(2nd to the right).

3. enter an "r" [Enter]

4. enter a "u" [Enter]

....

5. to end, just click the {disconnect} on top left.

 

 

 

 

 

Author: joeching 
Date:   [masked]:16

"complex stuff"?

tell her, in order to go far, make it simple.

temp, do u have any idea what's the robotic editor, the most basic component in robacus, represents? it, as i proved to richard stallman of free software foundation fame and author of the best editor in use, predicts the day no editor will ever be needed one day.

or, do u know what's an editor?

the space nuke reactor was a multi-million project, from g.e. to lockheed. it used to take 6 man-month labor, but still made 6 errors. now, u might just have done it in a few second, assuming u can follow the simple instructions.

 

 

Author: joeching 
Date:   [masked]:18

dont "let us" anything, just try out at least the first 3 natlan problem(space nuclear reactor, ball bounce and ball drop). and try to figure out how the simplest 3rd problem, then u ll see robacus very, very clear.

 

 

Author: joeching 
Date:   [masked]:25

it's about the same in 25 years. but every time i upgrade robacus, civilization advances, at least the non-cultural one.

robacus represents the foundation of software engineering. we dig downward, not build upward. all the rest of the software are destined to fall down on their own weight, like vista. just mark my words.

and just a few days ago, robacus' most crucial component, it's universal computing vocabularies of 6-letter words, formed automatically by computer and users, was identified as the antichrist.

 

Author: joeching 
Date:   [masked]:52

one more try(i should try it myself, first):

click:

http://208.64.187.53:5801

enter "000000" passward.

scroll(right hand side) to the bottom and click the terminal icon.

scroll up to the black/green terminal and enter an "r" then "u" then [End]

click [disconnect] on top left to disconnect.


all these garbage should be removed, including the password should be skipped when it's implemented in china, centralized in the shanghai supercomputing center.

 

 

 

 

Author: joeching 
Date:   [masked]:53

heard of the most famous program called RETRAN, for thermal analysis of nuclear reactors? i m one of the original authors. and it proved the thermal hydraulic equations(mass, energy and momentum equation) derived by differential equation classical math were unstable and therefore wrong. and RETRAN has been able to solve the realistic problems, which the authority at MIT claimed impossible. but a nut physics professor(halv... something) claimed the tank-and-tube approach in RETRAN has no math basis?

liao, how many times do i have to tell u math is obsolete, owing it's very existence only to the absense of computer. and physics got to go much, much more basic -- into the molecular level, like monte carlo random walk methodologies.

anyway, robacus is way beyond this kind of mick-mouse plug in(including eisnstein's e=mc**2 nonsense). check the latest in computing here:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

--- On Wed, 22/10/08, Tom Goh <[address removed]> wrote:
From: Tom Goh <[address removed]>
Subject: [linux-5] New Meetup: Open Source Enterprise 2.0 (By OS3)
To: [address removed]
Date: Wednesday, 22 October, 2008, 3:23 PM

Announcing a new Meetup for The Singapore Linux Meetup Group!

What: Open Source Enterprise 2.0 (By OS3)

When: November 12,[masked]:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: Note: There are only 20 seats allocated to SLMG. If it is full and you would like to attend please email me and I will make the arrangements.

Synopsis

���The convergence of the recent enterprise innovation trend or enterprise 2.0 and market readiness for open source technologies have defined new landscape for enterprise IT. The power to rapidly provide decision makers with access to accurate real time information locked up if different applications, services and devices are the key for this movement. Enterprises will be able to create their competitive advantage on accessibility to collective intelligence, business agility and innovation while open source technologies continue to prove their values of being reliable, transparent, cost-effective and interoperable. Through out this session, you will find out from industry leaders on the values open source enterprise IT can bring to your organizations, adoption strategies and more������

Programme Flow:

�� Opening by SMU
�� Red Hat ��� Shane Bryzak, JBoss Seam Framework Core Developer:
�� Oracle - Blair Layton, Open Source Evangelist
�� Y3 ��� Dr Yap Chih Nam, AVP Research & Development:
�� Y3 ��� Ms. Tung Yoke Ho, AVP Business Solution:
�� Closing by Y3 Technologies

This Event is from 2 pm to 6 pm

Learn more here:
http://linux.meetup.com/5/calendar/9009072/




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