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Will destroy intellectual property rights by denying you access to a
CPU or a Personal computer that will allow you to run applicaitons off
line. You won't have any privacy to develop schematics, blueprints,
manage invetions, devices, and believe me, anything of military
interest is most likely going to be hacked and patented before you can
move.
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Will destroy intellectual property rights by denying you access to a CPU or a Personal computer that will allow you to run applicaitons off line. You won't have any privacy to develop schematics, blueprints, manage invetions, devices, and believe me, anything of military interest is most likely going to be hacked and patented before you can move.
This is the more-than-10-year-old idea of Sun and a consortium of PC and system designers who wanted to revolutionize the PC by making it cheaper, smaller, less memory and resource intensive and network based. It was to be called the NetPC and be something like the Asus eee 1000, only with few locally stored apps, most loaded from a high speed network as if from a hard drive. Now, Google's taken up the banner, so there's some hope for success, since it already has a few of these simple apps online for free use. Along comes MS to commercialize it, license it and dominate it, but playing catch up, as usual. A word to the wise, join Google!?! Or are they just the next new meddling bad guys! Meanwhile, Sun's got JAVA everywhere and the NetPC never got off the ground, for all the happy, positive, opptimistic, forward-looking talk "challenging" Microsoft (like the chest-beating of professional wrestlers?) Dire predictions of the loss of privacy, security, integrity aside, Azure has a long row to hoe to become a reality. And its consequence for apps such as Pro/e would be negligible as this data would be transmitted only in some key encrypted format.
David Janes
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Here's the facts dude. I figured out an algorithm that allows a computer to proof read any and all programs. But, for it to work it has to include a decompiler that decompiles every single program that appears on the hard drive, and or any other portable means provided by any form of media. The OS is written around the compiler/decompiler. The programming language is very simple it's a hybrid of Fortran and Boolean Logic Gates. Other than math functions, there are only seven symbols for the programmer to recognize.
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With that, the computer can track variables and strings, even diagnose truth tables of any given program and determine if it is a driver, application or a game. There is no way to build spyware, viruses, or adware. There is no reason for anti-virus software with a list of viruses that at this point in time is around 60,000 known computer viruses. All it does is check the code to insure that it came from the compiler. Compilers have a section of binary code that they output for every command in English or symbols that is sent to the disk in binary as the executable file. Decompiling it, allows a computer to actually build a truth table, and it can check for mouse clicks, graphic user interfaces, and associations of these in such manner as to define if the program is under the Users control.
The absolute best computer scientists already know that this language has the potential of being the fastest executed, and easier to use the C or Visual Basic because, it can use machine code and assembly language macros that execute the fastest built from assembly language, added to compiler and decompiler as components. In Visual Basic, that would be an object in your library. As long as the decompiler can track data, and recognize function, then it can refuse to run any program that isn't written by the compiler based upon the OS requiring a confirmation from the decompiler/simulator.
Your programming window would look just like this:
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Very Similar to LabView:
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It's based upon the Algebra of Sets, and there are data sets, instruction sets, and result sets that are all faithfully represented by ones and zeros in a fashion of presence and direction within the program. It works more like a flow chart, and it is not anywhere as difficult to learn as Basic.
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The really cool part, you can eliminate unneeded code from your source, and produce the fastest possible running program every time. There are a series of logic gate reduction algorithms available from De Morgan's Theorem on, and the process has been automated in software more than one time. If you wanted to put encryption between the decompiler and the truth tables, you'd make all allot harder. That means that Proprietary software has a problem with being decompiled to be deciphered for function and feature to insure that it isn't a Trojan, carrying a virus, spyware, or adware.
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Yes, it's all doable, and if you looked into the CPU, Math Function list, MMX and other extended features, you'd see that there is a way to do things much much faster with the same CPU you already have.
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