Monthly Archives: October 2011

Notion of intelligence in terms of Kierkegaard’s idea of crowd

Lets assume Gauss curve would be used to describe to statistical intelligence of a being. The argument for the assumption has its foundations in searching a decisive tree. One. We could use a slightly less steep curve, though, if we … Continue reading

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Breaking cryptograms – part 1

Lets start with the definitions, but put them in a different, more practical manner. This approach allows more in-depth understanding of cryptogram-breaking methodology. Wanted to write more about the code I posted some time ago, but didn’t find time albeit … Continue reading

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A couple of problems related to R-sequence and Xi matrix

Enclosed. Beta version. Sorry if not precise enough. art2 All these had their roots in (its about ‘redefining operations’ and ‘transforming operation into another operations’, where all of the operations objectively exist; a slippery field). It’s from a book that … Continue reading

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