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Mxv
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re: Startup touts benefits of chaotic logic
Mxv   11/18/2010 1:09:51 AM
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this sounds like the old analog computers of the 70s.

shawn.toomath
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re: Startup touts benefits of chaotic logic
shawn.toomath   11/18/2010 12:53:18 AM
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Can I imagine the chaos ? ah!, that's nothing compared to my Ouija Turing test ripper with its reiterative rule30 on rule110 2D automata all routed to causality. and that my friends, is, small chaos ; )

Dave.Dykstra
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re: Startup touts benefits of chaotic logic
Dave.Dykstra   11/18/2010 12:31:03 AM
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But imagine the chaos when multi-tasking in a multi-processor environment.

zeeglen
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re: Startup touts benefits of chaotic logic
zeeglen   11/17/2010 3:49:57 PM
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Oops! Make that SN74LVC1G57 / SN74LVC1G58 Configurable Multiple-Function Gate, Texas Instruments

zeeglen
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re: Startup touts benefits of chaotic logic
zeeglen   11/17/2010 3:42:37 PM
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Discrete versions exist of configurable AND, OR, XOR logic gates, the companion outputs the inverse. This is the first time I've ever heard anyone call these "Chaogate (TM)". NC7SZ57 / NC7SZ58, TinyLogic UHS Universal Configurable 2-Input Logic Gates, Fairchild Semiconductor SN74LVC1G57 / SN74LVC1G57 Configurable Multiple-Function Gate, Texas Instruments

Sam Beal
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re: Startup touts benefits of chaotic logic
Sam Beal   11/17/2010 1:04:56 PM
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Sounds like a poor man's QUBIT device (but scalable)

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