Monday, November 21, 2016

When we get bit overflow in not physics

Clearly, if we are using the bit overflow model and presume sphere packing, then increasing pressure across the sphere surface causes some boundaries to experience potential overflow.  But the bit error is just bulgy bubbles, we cannot create a bubble, so the excess bit error is distributed about a symmetry that encloses the prior excess.  We get a little more structure, or the huffman graph grows some branches and re-quants.  In out model, the surface grid size is requanted in he new stucture, weighted grid sizes sum to sphere surface.

So, in y imaginary world of bubbles.  The theory generates the grph or a typical sequence generates the graph.  That defines the multi-level quantizayion structure.  The we specify sphere packing and that defines a mapping between graph structure and symmetrical lines in the sphere.

What do we get? A python algorithm I can sell to the physicists which does nothing more than provide an optimum Feynman cycle machine.  It just seems to me, the computer geek and the physicist geek are somewhere crossing paths, like the mathematicians needs to arbitrate.

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