From: Gordon Worley (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Dec 04 2001 - 07:54:00 MST
On Tuesday, December 4, 2001, at 01:23 AM, Jeff Bone wrote:
> death, etc. The analogy is complicated a bit because this simulation
> is "convolved"
> with physical reality, but the Sysop's internal state is indeed a
> highly detailed and
> comprehensive simulation of the physical environment, and that
> simulation molds
> activity in the physical world. This differs from the "model"
> maintained by e.g. a
Figuring out how the Sysop works, ehh?
Computationally, this is too expensive for a practical Sysop to work.
The Sysop need not know the state of everything, but be there when
needed. Re the Unix Scenario, where the environment alerts the Sysop
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