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It's hard to think about, but you can't disprove the possibility that even our intuitions about math are consequences of features subjective to this universe. And that different semantics could be possible in a different universe.
no. once you go subjective "this universe" is no longer available, since every subject occupies her own universe, and there is no way to connect these universes, by definition.
this idea has been demolished for a long time. see Wittengenstein on the impossibility of a private language.
c'mon dude save me some typing! once you make the kind of claim you just made re: subjectivity.
I'm not sure I 'went' subjective... I'm not picking sides on an objectivity vs. subjectivity debate here
and I'm not sure in what context "this universe" becomes unaccessible. Regarding subjects occupying their own universes... I suppose you mean that metaphorically, with respect to "subjectivity" as a debate point. That's a related argument, I guess.
ok, you had me fooled. :) in any case, we were talking about measuring code complexity. gawd i love rabbit holes!
My point is, the characterizations we give code are human dependent. They depend on the interpretation of the evaluator.
ok. i'm saying that we can measure code on ways that are not so-dependent. the obvious case being LOC.
yeah. but also, in principle, the kind of quantitative analysis we might do on literary texts. like "how frequently does this author use relative clauses", adjusted for code.
So, I guess my point is, in order to accurately evaluate the necessary complexity of a program, you have to first know it's purpose
What is the complexity of the problem? What is the complexity of the solution space? meaning the available tools to create solutions. What is the simplest design of the tools available in the solution space that produces a solution to the problem?
If a particular machine is good at measuring the effectiveness of certain solutions for certain problems, it will be less good at measuring the effectiveness of other solutions for other problems.
https://www.amazon.com/Super-Google-Chromebook-Screen-2560x1700/dp/B00CGQ07RM/ <-- is this a mistake ?
Pretty good price. Keyboard sucks to program on though iirc (at least with the other CBs. haven't tried the pixel)
this is weird; sounds like they're used or something; why would there be 'weird' profiles / extensions installed ?
Bluetooth 3.0 , Webcam, and Dual Band WiFi Built in. Connect your Chromebook (if it have HDMI port) to a TV via HDMI and double check sound works there. Then make sure that speakers output is Chromebook Weighs only 3.4 lbs. and measures just 0.6" thin.Check if there is a weird Chrome extension installed and perform a test by using Guest mode and see if it works or do a Chrome Browser Reset Built In Verizon 4G LTE with 100mb included each month.If you suspect that there is a hardware issue do a EC Reset (Hard Reset) Dual Core 1.8Ghz Intel i5 Processor and 4GB DDR3 RAM.Maybe there is an issue on the user profile, that can be fixed with a Powerwash Reset (Before you reset, make sure to back up your files on Google Drive or an external hard drive. The factory reset won't delete any of your files on Google Drive or external hard drive.)
is that people logged in with their google accounts, got some extension taht was attached to their google accounts
if you get one, say goodbye to your function keys: http://kbimg.dell.com/library/KB/DELL_ORGANIZATIONAL_GROUPS/DELL_GLOBAL/Content%20Team/keyboardlayout_Chromebook11_BK.jpg
john: I've got a Chromebook and they're okay. There's a setting which lets you use the top row as function keys and you can hold the Search key to access the standard top row actions. That said, I wouldn't want one as my main device! 🙂
fuck; if I just typed my wifi password trying to login to aq wrong network, does that orther router now hav emy password?
https://www.worldcoinindex.com/coin/zcash <-- how did zcash manage to start and stay at such a high price ?
It's invented by a number of CS profs / PhD students from top schools ,like MIT, Berkeley
The issue with zcash is somewhat it's immaturity & lack of peer review (vs e.g. Ring signatures like used in Monero which are far more mature)
https://i.stack.imgur.com/twWKs.png Peter Todd was part of the "trusted setup" That's the flaw with zcash
I was under the impression that atleast one of the six people destoryed their DVD, it would be fine.
There's also something about the attacks to deanonymize a user requiring way less than a 51% attack (Section 6.4 of the paper)
I like how etherium uses a metered vm to fund infrastructure services. Seems like that could turn into a snowball, if done right.
all the instances run the vm. if you want to leverage services over the network, those services cost some small coin fee.