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Joe Niederberger

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Re: all of math is just addition and multiplication
Posted: Jun 12, 2013 12:30 PM
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R Hansen says:
>So, how long would it take the radio engineers to become computer engineers? What is it that differentiates a vacuum tube computer from a vacuum tube radio? The answer is discrete logic versus analog logic

One has a fairly simple relationship between inputs and outputs, and the other can be arbitrarily, unfathomably complex.

Cheers,
Joe N


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