analogue feedback hitting petahz

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krayvonk

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analogue feedback hitting petahz
« on: April 07, 2020, 09:10:42 AM »
if you can somehow get rid of the forward power in its feedback line, your speed is the rate of going through the logic gates, actually is the hz of the recursion.
So you dont need a clock to make a computer,  and if the logic chain (just think of and gates if your dumb.) can make it back before a nanometre.  u get a petahert.
It also counts as having memory without registers.

Should work perceptrons too.  Hopefully, you should do it.  Home made style, better than nuthin'.

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Re: analogue feedback hitting petahz
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2020, 10:39:35 AM »
Here i mean it hopefully,  i need you to put this baby into action.

If you can add the output back to the input, and take out the power line from the result.  (which means go thru a resistor, and amp it up to get 100.000001% but youll never get it exact,  logic can also go in a delay line!
you want the feedback, and u dont want power entering the signal,  so you want to develop 1 echo, not make many echos.
and logic is ONLY circular access! it suits it more than storing a bit stream does.    your system is allowed as much memory as it wants as well, and u put the memory line in at multiples of the logic line, then you get 1 recurse 1 new bit of memory, but it should simplify thru a shitty resistor, cause of the piss effect, which makes electronics piss.   nah, i might be wrong about that,  maybe u need to transduce to sound to slow the travel, and not have a resistor.  or is a resistor equivilent to a longer wire, 100% and piss is real? we dont know.

Then u can put your machine thru the longer duty cycle it needs to build up the program complexity for you wardrobe with legz!!!


« Last Edit: April 07, 2020, 12:18:34 PM by krayvonk »

 


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