On 3/14/2013 11:15 AM, JT wrote: > On 13 mar, 20:07, fom <fomJ...@nyms.net> wrote: > > So you have no critisism on NyaN bases, can you see why 1 equals 0.3 > in ternary using a zeroless NyaN base. Could you see any computational > gains, drawbacks using NyaN base in arithmetic circuits instead of > standard numerical bases. I disagree with any numbersystem > incorporating 0 as an evaluable numerical entity in an evaluation, it > is as simple as that, zero maybe a useful term/label for exhausted > operands mathematical expression interpretated by man but for an > arithmetic circuit it is a waist of time (cycles). >
I only looked casually at those threads once or twice.
Mathematical construction leads to many unexpected uses. There are probably situations where your NyaN bases are extremely useful. But, my ignorance of computational environments precludes me from seeing them.