Category: Intelligent Algorithms

Sharing equations, algorithms and data in immediately usable form on the Internet

Anatoliy, I was looking at “nuclear data” on the Internet and at “ENDF”.  I came across your 17 Oct 2018 posting at https://zenodo.org/record/2535170#.YJ0iytVKhEY entitled “Converting ENDF libraries into relational format” Searching to see if you had written anything else on the topic, I also found you listed in Universiti Tenologi Malaysia Library at http://libmast.utm.my/Record/doaj-art-e5b13f1a4f66447f9397a68f70627ece with
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Comment on Mars Helicopter Snaps color image – Metric, Documenting, Teaching, Sharing

​You are very thoughtful. Yes, I agree about the usual human practices and methods. Every single one of the tens of thousands of groups I studied in detail on the Internet ended up failing or limiting themselves because of the greed of a few people, or policies that benefited only their group. It is particularly
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Comment on Persistent luminescence instead of phosphorescence

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327939317_Persistent_luminescence_instead_of_phosphorescence_History_mechanism_and_perspective/comments Enjoyable read with many thoughtful ideas and descriptions. There are several energy sources for these photon flows, but thermal energy harvesting over long periods, then optical photon emission for shorter periods seems to be the theme. The energy stored in electronic states.   I am posting this on 18 Apr 2021: “persistent luminescence” has
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Using the Internet to represent and compress reality without loss

Ben, I read your description and it is clear.  I want the flexibility for myself.  If the environment and tool it rigid, I know that I won’t be able to build the things I want.  That includes (G) gathering and organizing things, (E) exploration and mapping new kinds of things (C) comparison and classification (S)
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