It's on-it's off-it's on, it's off -WHY?
IS THIS THE CORRECT FORUM? Hope so.
We have three computer networked at home...all with Windows XP. one of those
is a laptop. Some mornings all 3 can see each other and transfer
files...then mysteriously one or more will disappear. No contact....then
later it's back. The laptop is the worst. Most often it won't let us
in...but sometimes it will. No obvious reason. The most INFURIATING part is
the message "see your administrator". Dammit Bill Gates...don't you realize
that most networks are small offices without a Majestic Royal Administrator
sitting his i...Error? s = assignin('base','s',tf('s'));
I need a little help here. Could anyone please tell me what is wrong
with this command?
s = assignin('base','s',tf('s'));
The matlab syntax is -- assignin(ws, 'var', val)
Basically I just want to add s=tf('s') into the base workspace.
"Jack" <Jack@Jill.com> wrote in message
> I need a little help here. Could anyone please tell me what is wrong
> with this command?
> s = assignin('base','s',tf('s'));
> The matlab syntax is -- as...It's primitive; it's dumb; it's brittle--but it's AI.
http://www.scn.org/~mentifex/aisource.html is a pathway to the
http://code.google.com/p/mindforth AI project at Google Code.
The AI is primitive because it has only enough features to demon-
strate thinking. It is "dumb" inasmuch as it has barely any IQ.
It is extremely brittle because the slightest change in the code
can destroy the artificial mind crafted so painstakingly in Forth:
http://agi-roadmap.org/Milestones -- ten years of progress.
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Musatov's theory 'The space between spaces expands and contracts.'
Would this give time a direction? Musatov
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I render game sprites/floor tiles using lightwave. I output the frames and I
output an alpha-image so I can seperate the objects from the renderings.
I used to combine the alpha and the render in photoshop by hand, as
photoshop can only load one batch of source files in it's action-macros.
Now that the spritecount has risen into the double digits, I'm looking for a
way to combine 100's of frames and 100's of alpha's into transparant GIF or
PNG's. I have had no luck in photoshop for this, it only lets me specify one
source folder per action.
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I'm still new here, and I just completed reading CLTL's documentation
on packages and On Lisp's documentation on CLOS.
It doesn't appear that Lisp has the equivalent of Python's
__getattr__, Perl's autoload, Ruby's method_missing, and Smalltalk's
#doesNotUnderstand. That is, there is no way I can do this (without
new-function being defined):
and have it call some other function like this:
whose returning value will be evaluated as the value of new-function.
Or did I miss something?
Jonathan Gardner <...1 to 20 with x number of 1's, 2's, 3's, ... 20's
This is probably a simple thing to do, so perhaps someone would send me in the right direction.
I need to generate a list containing numbers from 1 to 20, say. But I cant just use A = 1:20, for example, because that provides me only one instance of each of the values. What I need is X instances for each value. For example, 5 ones, twos, threes, and so forth.
Is there a simple command for this?
On Sep 9, 10:52=A0am, "Ulrik Nash" <u...@sam.sdu.dk> wrote:
> This is probably a simple thing to do, so perhaps someone would send me i=
n the right dir...Scilab's 'optim' and 'splin'
I've got this really cool application that makes a smoothed line using
splines, then fits it to a source line using a nonlinear weighting. I'm
currently using SciLab with it's 'optim' and 'splin' function to do
this, but now I need to write some embeddable C++ code.
The 'splin' function is obvious -- it generates a spline from a number
of inflection points. The 'optim' function as I am using it uses a
quasi-Newton method, which is working just fine for me.
Before I go and write this stuff up by hand, does anyone have any
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Unless you've cut yourself off from all media access this year, you know
that on Friday, June 29 Apple will release its iPhone with AT&T. Ever since
the device's unveiling last January, the tech world has been running in
circles asking what the iPhone will be like, what it will do, and how it
will do it. But because Apple hasn't been the leakiest of faucets when it
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course, that will all change in several days, as you can be sure everyone
lucky...Nvidia's 'Nalu' vs ATI's 'Ruby'
Nvidia's GeForce 6800 (NV40) 'Nalu' demo consists of 300,000 polygons.
very very impressive shit!
ATI's Radeon X800 (R420) 'Ruby' demo consists of only 80,000 polygons.
however it is also rendering a background with other elements. closer
to what would be in an actual game.
now, console gamers: keep in mind, whatever ATI has been able to come
up with at this point (re: the R420 / Radeon X800) is a stepping stone
to what they'll be able to have in 2005 for Xbox Next, and in 2006 for
On 14 Apr 2004 21:33:15 -0700, n...