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SubjectRe: Use of AI for process scheduling
On Mon, Sep 08, 2003 at 03:28:35PM -0400, Timothy Miller wrote:
> Ok, I know I'm going too far. Right now, the best application would be
> the process scheduler, but we should start thinking about ways of making
> the system "self aware" and "self correcting" so that when the model
> observes the logic to misbehave, detailed information can be produced
> for debugging purposes.
> Naturally, I am interested in contributing to this, but some of what I
> will have to learn to participate will come out of ensuing discussions.
> I have a lot to learn, but I think if these ideas are valuable, others
> who already know enough will start to do something with them.

Show me the code.


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