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Minu(Martin Vahi) 2020_05_06 ekraanivideokommentaar Eestis arendatavate programmeerimiskeelte teemal

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It's for the Estonian audience only. The contemplation is that if mainstream Western programming languages are not as nice as one would like, then why hasn't any Estonian developed a better programming language and the rest of the tools that are needed for using the custom programming language. The conclusion is that during Soviet Union times …

Sorting Accelerator Hardware, Idea 01

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The context of the current blog post is that the Intel and classical FPGA vendors offer CPU-s that are at the same die with an FPGA. FPGA based acceleration has moved from hardware development domain into the software development domain. As one of the most classic theoretical computer science algorithm to study is sorting, an FPGA …

Materialistic Wealth Versus Economy, Episode X1

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As the economics is a study of exchange, the materialistic wealth is not the same as economic well-being. Economic well-being is expressed in the availability of the computer-game point-sum called money. Materialistic wealth is expressed in the capability to use materialistic resources. (The capability to use resources assumes the availability of the resources.) You can look …

Control System Computer Architecture D2

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This blog post is a sequel to a blog post titled "Application Software Encapsulation Idea X1 and a Doomsday Computer Architecture Idea D1". The main difference between the Doomsday Computer Architecture D1 and the Control System Computer Architecture D2 is that the D1 is meant for general purpose computing, where it is OK for the program …

Application Software Encapsulation Idea X1 and a Doomsday Computer Architecture Idea D1

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The background music for this article originates from a movie titled "DREDD".

Yet Another set of Ideas and Observations About Computer Hardware and Software, Episode 1

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There are very many aspects, how to evaluate hardware. Computer as such is just a mathematical model and probably the central idea behind the theory of computation is that if computer C1 can run a simulator of computer C2 then it can run all the programs that the computer C2 can run in the simulator of …