From: Russell Wallace (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 25 2006 - 06:45:15 MST
On 1/25/06, CyTG <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'd even be concerned with the inherent limitations on real-number number
> crunshing in a 32/64bit processor(cost effective of course, you wanna do it
> natively, not carry alot of carry's in code).
> If you say thats not an issue, then fine :) .. could be cool if you could
> visualize *why* it aint an issue( maybe it is just an assumption so
> intuitively correct, it need no proof!)
64 bit floating point gets you about 16 decimal digits of precision, which
is much better than you get from analog/semi-analog devices like biological
neurons; AFAIK there is no device other than a digital computer that can do
better, which strongly suggests precision isn't a problem here.
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