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SubjectRe: What are the VM motivations??
Rik van Riel wrote:
>
> On Thu, 21 Jun 2001, Jason McMullan wrote:
>
> > Or heck, let's just make the VM a _real_ Neural Network,
> > that self trains itself to the load you put on the system.
> > Hideously complex and evil?
>
> Considering the amount of parameters the neural network
> would have to tune, and the fact that there are no easy
> parameters to tune, good luck...
>

Would never work with the ac-series. Not enough time
to form a neural pattern between builds. There is
a semi-prior art here. Unix on the Tandem (now Compaq)
Helix shipped (and maybe still does) with a Neural Net
for system sanity and tuning. Only problem is that
the learning period usually exceeds the average time
between installing releases (communications customers).
8^)

Now if it was a FAST LEARNER...


> > the floor, eating that stale cheese doodle. It can't do any
> > worse job on VM that some of the VM patches I've seen...
>
> You'd be surprised.
>
> Rik
> --
> Executive summary of a recent Microsoft press release:
> "we are concerned about the GNU General Public License (GPL)"
>
> http://www.surriel.com/
> http://www.conectiva.com/ http://distro.conectiva.com/
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