viral software: feedback coordination
Posted in the Computer Science Forum
#1 Jan 1, 2011
Why do people prefer American over-the-counter cold-flu medication syrups such as Robitussin to American over-the-counter cold-flu medication syrups such as NyQuil, when NyQuil delivers comparably reliable respiratory vaccine equilibrium?
Why do computer scientists design Internet anti-virus software that analyzes how a given computer algorithm is failing to perform its computational tasks when many Internet viruses actually speed up software output functions?
Perhaps it is because many process systems (biological and electrical) possess negative feedback coordination values, which illuminates the psychological appeal of Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Short Circuit" (1986).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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