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SubjectRe: What are the VM motivations??
On Sun, Jun 24, 2001 at 12:04:43PM -0300, Rik van Riel wrote:
> OK. I challenge you to come up with:
>
> 1) the set of inputs for the neural network
> 2) the set of outputs
> 3) the goal for training the thing
>
> I'm pretty fed up with people who want to "change the VM"
> but never give any details of their ideas.


Uhh. That's not what I was ranting about. What I was
ranting about is that we have never 'put to paper' the
requirements ('motiviations') for a good VM, nor have we
looked at said nonexistent list and figured out what instrumentation
would be needed.

I don't now that much about VM, but I do know a bunch of
people each scratching their own itch, and most of them not looking
at the bigger picture. Linus, RvR, etc. excepted. Mostly. ;^)

The whole 'neural network' bit was mostly troll. Sorry,
I got a little carried away at that point.

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