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[Savannah-register-public] [task #3657] Submission of North North West n

From: ed van der meulen
Subject: [Savannah-register-public] [task #3657] Submission of North North West non-polynomial
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2005 20:15:05 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #10, task #3657 (project administration):

The mother project is for many people too new. We have about 800 docs about
it and there's much to read about what we do.

Our ways of developing is with factual thinking. This paper was written for
the target group language lovers.

And so factual developing. Meaning wanting results. We are emailing friendly
so we stimulate each other. The whole is more than the sum of the parts. So
we are coming further than normally and we have better results. I can show
the papers about it. This is a way for developing for simulation tools. Not
for the GUI we do that in a conventional way.

We think before we code. And tomorrow we know more than to day. Logical
factors for a better way of developing for simulation tools.

And you can wait a considerable time before we can show sources and then by
the layers you can't judge it. But extending the code is an easy task.

And for free we get a new feature. We can proof that the sources or better
the center of the sources are error free.

The use of memory we have to test separately. That are risky places. But not
the real important code. Also the modules are rather small, and surprisinly
they are working.

In NNW the artificial intelligence nets, have to sleep. The deep sleep
module, version 5, is a jewel of a module. How is it posible that such a
stupid code van do so much. Recategorzing info. Do you understand what that

Categorizing is grouping in groups of groups. Did you ever try it by hand?

For understanding the code we are targeted to members who want to extend the
code. And we are not targeted to others.

I am not spending much time on you. I have really to do more then that.
Please tell me that I am not welcome here and then I go.

ed van der meulen


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