[FRIAM] NickC channels DaveW

Marcus Daniels marcus at snoutfarm.com
Tue Jan 17 20:05:20 EST 2023

Definitions are all fine and good, but realizable behavior is what matters.   Analog computers will have imperfect behavior, and there will be leakage between components.   A large network of transistors or neurons are sufficiently similar for my purposes.   The unrolling would be inside a skull, so somewhat isolated from interference.

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From: Friam <friam-bounces at redfish.com> On Behalf Of glen
Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2023 2:11 PM
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Subject: Re: [FRIAM] NickC channels DaveW

I don't quite grok that. A crisp definition of recursion implies no interaction with the outside world, right? If you can tolerate the ambiguity in that statement, the artifacts laying about from an unrolled recursion might be seen and used by outsiders. That's not to say a trespasser can't have some sophisticated intrusion technique. But unrolled seems more "open" to family, friends, and the occasional acquaintance.

On 1/17/23 13:37, Marcus Daniels wrote:
> I probably didn't pay enough attention to the thread some time ago on serialization, but to me recursion is hard to distinguish from an unrolling of recursion.

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