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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ? 12/16.26
« Reply #90 on: December 16, 2011, 04:14:15 pm »
%  Day_n = 20111209 t_Start =    1055
t=[72 144 216 288 346 432]';
yobs=[195 377 542 687 783 911]';
plot(t,yobs,'ro')
grid
axis([ 0 500 0 1000 ])
title(' <your group’s names> ')
xlabel('t')
ylabel('y')

% linReg y=ax+b , a=1.993425096 b=84.80820099
%% QuadReg ax^2+bx+c a=-.0019509273 b=2.97171748 c=-9.26915737
%%% LinReg a+bx a=84.80820099 b=1.99343425096

xlabel('t'), ylabel('y'), (Z}?
plot(t,yobs,'go')
tspan = [ 0 ; t ];
y0 = 86;
a=5000;
b1=-1e-5;
b2=125;
% % % %%% t_End =  1122 t_Spent =   22

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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ? 9:21
« Reply #91 on: December 16, 2011, 05:21:46 pm »
?



    A good blog post on using TIMEIT: "A better way to time Jacket code".

    Here's how you time a user-defined function. As an example, we wish to time timeMultiply, which generates two matrices and multiplies them.

function timeMultiply(type)
  % the inputs are either CPU or GPU
  % based on the value of 'type'
  A = rand(512,type);
  B = rand(512,type);
  C = A*B;
end

To time the CPU version of timeMultiply, simply feed it the string 'single' 9:27 ?
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Re: MATLAB & NOW 2012
« Reply #92 on: December 25, 2011, 07:12:48 pm »
5 akbal Name    Differential form    Integral form "Matrix form"  :fnord:
4 blackout
d=[0.39 0.72 1 1.52 5.20 9.54 19.18 30.06 39.5 74 100];
p=[0.24 0.62 1 1.88 11.86 29.46 84.01 164.8 248.1 557 1000];
iu=35/p(7); in=70/p( 8 ) ; ie=140/p(10); ip=280/p(11);

plot(0,0,'y.'), axis([-200 100 -100 100]),  hold on
tu=0:iu:6; tn=0:in:6; te=0:ie:6; tp=0:ip:6;
plot(20*cos(tu),20*sin(tu),'r.') % Uranus
plot(30*cos(tn),30*sin(tn),'g.') % Neptune
plot(74*cos(te)-15,50*sin(te),'b.') % ERIS
plot(100*cos(tp)-75,30*sin(tp),'c.') % P_0


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plot(0,0,'y.'), axis([-150 150 -150 150]), hold on
dt=0:.3:7;
plot(20*cos(dt),20*sin(dt),'r-') % Uranus
plot(30*cos(dt),30*sin(dt),'g-') % Neptune
plot(96*cos(dt)-6,74*sin(dt)-4,'b.') % ERIS

note to self : there's 1 time standard in this version
SoOn THERE WILL BE THREE  maybe even today



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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ?
« Reply #93 on: January 20, 2012, 05:43:10 am »
Mostly to be deleted VERY SOON

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_theory#Maxwell.27s_.27macroscopic.27_equations

Name    Differential form    Integral form Matrix form
Gauss's law    
Gauss's law for magnetism
Maxwell–Faraday equation
(Faraday's law of induction)
Ampère's circuital law


Table of terms used in Maxwell's equations

The following table provides the meaning of each symbol
and the SI unit of measure:
Definitions and units Symbol    
Meaning (first term is the most common)    SI Unit of Measure

volt per meter, electric field 
also called the electric field intensity
 or, quivalently,  newton per coulomb

tesla, magnetic field
also called the magnetic induction
also called the magnetic field density
also called the magnetic flux density
or equivalently, weber per square meter,
volt-second per square meter

coulombs per square meter, electric displacement field
also called the electric induction
also called the electric flux density 
or equivalently, newton per volt-meter

ampere per meter magnetizing field
also called auxiliary magnetic field
also called magnetic field intensity
also called magnetic field    
the divergence operator per meter

the curl operator
partial derivative with respect to time per second

farads per meter, permittivity of free space,
also called the electric constant, a universal constant

henries per meter, permeability of free space,
also called the magnetic constant, a universal constant
or newtons per ampere squared

 
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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ?
« Reply #94 on: January 20, 2012, 06:38:17 pm »
6 KAN {ripe corn 10:38AM PSt at this time? | try to maintain
serpent 7 CHICCHAN ... text = 530.11S318m (2000)
Chapter 7 page 75 Time fig 7.5 observer on the train? true 4 me just now
so i do not want the dry approach to this answer so i must say the
OBserver is on the BARg being towed by 7 (comprenda'? on a long cabel
& yes of course in a very heavy sea | note 1 the "tick" is not steady
but it can be given a digital value at any spacific time OvER some
variable {period of time) & how fast light was dimming OR brightening
at the time OR place is currently not a factor | assume daytime v night
-
skip to page 102 BLANK and read backwords page 100 the moons 1/2 lite
Ok ?2A1 "acording to whos clock" the current answer of course is the
clock of the geologists know as geological time & Walt thought i 4got
= =
Listen i AM sure the ASStronomers want to grab the clock {populare'
from the geologist an get the Grants for themselves. Erwin R U on2it
(hmm}? As i'z been d.noun.cde by Geo's mor than AskTro's i Ask Ask's
for a new legal opinion on {that) this means GalYear Shirley &I use
24e7 & avoid Astronomer numbers like 250,Million OR 1/4 billion 4me
its 24 E7. ths dT_g = 24e7 per curent ORB and probably decreasing
& for me the spot on the matrix cnter center X ID THE    INC/DEC OR "
: : :
NEVER MIND IS THERE ANOTHER CLUE BESIDES 100? 11:50 10 MIN TO POST TIME
YEAH PAGE90 (& INTEL NOP) Y=1/SQRT(1-V^2/C^2) THUS i'll avoid C #end
and try to find that space in the time matrix whitch is the 1st one Mx_a
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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ?
« Reply #95 on: January 22, 2012, 09:23:16 am »
5:55.-6:06-6:10
     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0
     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0
     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0
     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0
     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0
     0     0     0     0     0      0     0     0     0
     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0
     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0
     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0

3:45-3:57 am mod

% file m0con.m
T(6,1) = 3.141592653589793; % Pi    p    
T(7,1) = 2.718281828459045; % Natural log base / Euler's number    e    
T(8,1) = 1.618033988749894; % Golden ratio f
T(9,1) = 0.577215664901532; % Euler-Mascheroni constant    g

T(16,1) = 1.60210e-19;   %  Magnitude of the charge on an electron, e    
T(17,1) = 9.1091e-31;    % kg Mass of an electron, me    
T(18,1) = 1.6725e-27;    % Mass of a proton, mp
T(19,1) = 2.997925e8;    % m s-1 Speed of light in a vacuum, c    
T(20,1) = 6.6256e-34;    % J s Planck's Constant, h    
T(21,1) = 6.0225e23;     % mol-1 Avogadro's Number, N
T(22,1) = 1.3805e23;     % J K-1 Boltzmann's Constant, k
T(23,1) = 6.67e-11;      % N m2 kg-2  Gravitational Constant, G    
T(24,1) = 10e-7;         % J s2 C-2 m-1 Permeability of a vacuum, m 0 4 p 


% file m0.m
disp('this is the startin point for matrix form')
T= zeros(30,30); M=T; L=M; P1=L; Pa=P1';
whos
m0con % step0c install some constants
T([6:9],1) % VERIFY 4 CONTANTS
disp('FOUR CONSTANTS T([6:9],1) varified')


8 CIMI ? 1/22

text = 530.11S318m (2000)
Chapter 7 page 75 Time fig 7.5 observer on the train? true 4 me just now
so i do not want the dry approach to this answer so i must say the
OBserver is on the BARg being towed by 7 (comprenda'? on a long cabel
& yes of course in a very heavy sea | note 1 the "tick" is not steady
but it can be given a digital value at any spacific time OvER some
variable {period of time) & how fast light was dimming OR brightening
at the time OR place is currently not a factor | assume daytime v night
-
skip to page 102 BLANK and read backwords page 100 the moons 1/2 lite
Ok ?2A1 "acording to whos clock" the current answer of course is the
clock of the geologists know as geological time & Walt thought i 4got
= =
Listen i AM sure the ASStronomers want to grab the clock {populare'
from the geologist an get the Grants for themselves. Erwin R U on2it
(hmm}? As i'z been d.noun.cde by Geo's mor than AskTro's i Ask Ask's
for a new legal opinion on {that) this means GalYear Shirley &I use
24e7 & avoid Astronomer numbers like 250,Million OR 1/4 billion 4me
its 24 E7. ths dT_g = 24e7 per curent ORB and probably decreasing
& for me the spot on the matrix cnter center X ID THE    INC/DEC OR "
: : :
NEVER MIND IS THERE ANOTHER CLUE BESIDES 100? 11:50 10 MIN TO POST TIME
YEAH PAGE90 (& INTEL NOP) Y=1/SQRT(1-V^2/C^2) THUS i'll avoid C #end
and try to find that space in the time matrix whitch is the 1st one Mx_a


death 2012 01/21 for 8 CIMI  looking over today entry i do
realize my "decrease" is no doubt wrong. No wait?
my asumption was that as calixes form they have little
rotational velocity . as they age thebegin to rotate
ever faster? up to some age point ? see curl fig
at curl fig time they begin to devide the inner orbs
increase dv but the outer ones decrease dV as velocity
dec dP_orb increases & as v closer to center inc
the period of the orbit dP_o decreases So reTEST?
?"curent ORB and probably decreasing"? Dp_O THUS
to avoid chang i say the inner stars. never mind
back to leaving the train of though and board ship
-
working with the time matrix Mt_a = zeros(30,30)
OK the clock {not te Astronomers {nor geologist
the clock on the barge NEw clear Phy's Moon 1/2 Li
that number Mt_a(15,15)=64e3 and for now is thought
to be given in terms of some speed of light clock
numbers. that clock will go to the left
Radiation Source Mt_a([13:15],:)
Mt_a(14,15) becquerel (SI unit)
Mt_a(14,14) curie (traditional unit).
Radiation Mt_a(16,:)

The Gy Absorber Mt_a(17,:)
1 joule of radiation energy is absorbed
by a kilogram of the absorber material
we say that the absorbed dose is 1 Gy.

= =
ok the concept is 1 Mt_a thirty by thirty matrix
2 defign the rows & colums
3 estalish the conversion equations
4 fill in the central fig
5 let the computer file out the form Mt_a sparcely
matrix b is for mass c for length d for perm1 e all

Gamma Ray Constant Mt_a(19,:)
Inverse Square Law Mt_a(20,:)


yep: i can turn to FIG 7.5 PAGE 82 CHAPTER 7 (time}
AND NOW: that i have the new modle in mind can easily
see the F in fig7.5 OK the new drawing a very rough
sea (not a solid two rail train track!! waves everywhere
going every direction with all kinds of amplitudes
periods lengths (U name it) Dominate Mta(14,15)=
30 feet (10 meters) Mta(?,?) = period (?) etc
then theres the tug tuggig on the LiNE
(oh i forgot the dominate wave direction Mta(12,:) E
tug direction W Mta(7,:) (speed) Mta(11,:) etc
the cable{LiNE) Mta(20,:) (length) (weight) (streach)
The barge (dimementions) Mta(24,:)
the ticker is on the barge & is random not fixed
but the digital meter reading is entered it is the
ticker reading that belongs at the center (15,15)
not the wave period length as incorrectly stated above
-
the permitative part (it){1} is barge v wave & tug v
wave at different times & places ?/? dont forget the
LiNE(cable) interconnection so its complex not simple
BUT an overview of the many(5) marix should standardize
eventually with the dominant dominate cntered which
for the Time Matrix Mta is the random tick 64,000 2day
 
= =
OK the first (a) matrix (Above) is time based upon an
average of random tick events Location(15,15)=64000
surround (in some logcal way) by all the other data
the (b) Mass Matrix TUG CABLE Barge
(c) Length (d) permit-tivity {amount of sea ice)
(e) permability {wind) -


oK BY NOW: 7:39 PM 2012 01/21
the five MAIN matrix are defigned
1 T time
2 L length
3 M mass
4 P1 permit it
5 Pa perm-ea-bility
each 30 by 30 matrix
has space for 900 parameters
the main parameter is (15,15)
the object of the scheam
is to standardize variables
{parameters)  such that variable
names such as time have designations like
T(15,15)=6400
T(1,1) =
T(30,30) =
Also it may (or may not}
be possible THAT equations
exist T(10,10)= T(15,15)/3
i do NOT know YET.


% % % %%% t_End =   1449        t_Spent =      6

% % % %%%  /\~v~^~v~<-\__7`U|_:::_|<=~~v~v~<

% this is the ticker ::: on the Barge |______| VERSE SHion
% being Pulled along by a cable U & pushed by SOMe Wind <=
% the West end of the cable is attached to the TUG \__7
% being pulled across <- a very rough sea ~v~v~ SEE?

%%% % this} is not the train on the TWO rails version

%==== THE ticker is ticking!
next Refer TO CH8 "length" PAGE 121 Fig 8.9 & 122 F8.10
note that though the length to the finger pier is given
the height of the WAVE was disreguarded as though it din't matter WS
%%% ch9 INvariance of S-t INterval v VAriance of Ts {Shirley
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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ?
« Reply #96 on: January 23, 2012, 08:08:14 am »
9 MANKIN 15 MUAN /  1/23 CHINESE NEW YEAR

will leave the prior versions as is above however from now on the
revised versions will replace the previous revision here in this #96
note:  the last current step is at the top & step 0 at the bottom

TBC  :fnord:
4 sset
% file sset.m sure.BERTS/360e-2 as Time{Left
T(3,25)= 19 % counts 
T(3,25)= 5 % counts 
T(4,24)= 24 % hours
T(4,25)= 8 % hours


3 v1 9AM
% v1
T(15,15)=64e3;
T(1,30)=T(15,15);T(7,24)=T(1,30);T(13,18)=T(7,24);T(19,18)=T(7,24);T(25,12)=T(19,18);
M(1,30)=T(25,12);L(1,30)=T(25,12);P1(1,30)=T(25,12);Pa(1,30)=T(25,12);
Pa(1,30)


2 nmmcon 9am

% nmmcon   Defines useful constants in the workspace
%         This must be a script, not a function m-file, in order to add
%         variables defined here to the workspace

% --- fundamental constants
T(17 ,30) = 37e9;           % curie
T(21 ,30) = 6.024e23;      % Avogadro number of molecules in a mole
T(19 ,30) = 2.998e8;         % cLight Speed of light;  m/s
T(23 ,30) = 9.807;          % gravity acceleration due to gravity,  m/s^2
T(20 ,30) = 6.625e-34;      % hPlanck Planck's "h" constant;  J*s/molecule
T(22 ,30) = 1.380e-23;   % kBoltzmann Boltzmann's constant;  J/K/molecule
T(15 ,30) = 8315;              % Rgas Universal gas constant;  J/kmol/K
disp('loading nmmcon constants & conversions to right columns')
% --- unit conversions
T(17 ,29) = T(17,30)/7.3e10;    % CURIE to becquerel con
T(18 ,29) = 264.17;            %  galPerMeter3 number of US gallons in a cubic meter
T(19 ,29) = T(18 ,29)/1000;  % galPerLiter number of US gallons in a liter
T(20 ,29) = 1/2.54e-2;         %  inchPerMeter number of inches in a meter
T(21 ,29) = 231;                 % inchPerGal  number of cubic inches in a gallon
T(22 ,29) = 2.2046;                 % lbPerkg  number of pounds (mass) per kilogram
T(23 ,29) = 14.696/101325;     % psiPerPascal number of PSI per Pascal

disp('check left v right  Avogadro number ')

T(21 ,30) - T(21 ,1)
T(21 ,30) / T(21 ,1)



1 m0con
T(6,1) = 3.141592653589793; % Pi    p    
T(7,1) = 2.718281828459045; % Natural log base / Euler's number    e    
T(8,1) = 1.618033988749894; % Golden ratio f
T(9,1) = 0.577215664901532; % Euler-Mascheroni constant    g

 

T(16,1) = 1.60210e-19;   %  Magnitude of the charge on an electron, e    
T(17,1) = 9.1091e-31;    % kg Mass of an electron, me    
T(18,1) = 1.6725e-27;    % Mass of a proton, mp
T(19,1) = 2.997925e8;    % m s-1 Speed of light in a vacuum, c    
T(20,1) = 6.6256e-34;    % J s Planck's Constant, h    
T(21,1) = 6.0225e23;     % mol-1 Avogadro's Number, N

T([6:9],1) % VERIFY 4 CONTANTS

disp('FOUR CONSTANTS T([6:9],1) varified above')

T(22,1) = 1.3805e23;     % J K-1 Boltzmann's Constant, k
T(23,1) = 6.67e-11;      % N m2 kg-2  Gravitational Constant, G    
T(24,1) = 10e-7;         % J s2 C-2 m-1 Permeability of a vacuum, m 0 4 p 


0 m0 9am
% file m0.m
disp('this is the startin point for matrix form')
T= zeros(30,30); M=T; L=M; P1=L; Pa=P1';
whos
m0con % 1 install some constants left
nmmcon % 2 install more constants & conversions right
v1 % install ticker number & pathway
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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ?
« Reply #97 on: January 23, 2012, 09:43:33 am »
Read 2727 times / 11:15
now {9pm} as i look at what will take place within the red
X
matrix & concurrently think of what is happening to U on
the high seas | i conclude that time not only flows from Left to Right
but there must also exist a counter current of time from Right to left
pehaps its only a reflection, probably not probably there are inputs
from the far side as well as the near side creating counter currents
of time. yES i think it may some day be possible to experiance them
MAA} Moving Along Anyway: Just as Time passes Left to Right & R-L
ALSO Space now {9:11} space and Length are thought not only to move
from top to bottom but also bottom to top. | no explination planned
 
2 HOUR DELAY IN EFFECT

Read 2708 times/ 2:34 pm : 2:43
2:11 PM psT for PM post for today's post ?
- OK1 the ?"Ticker is ticking"? & the Unit entered "THE CURIE" T(17,30)
= OK2 the NEXT STEP is to provide a warning. reading this BS CAN be
HAzordUS to your health. The read rate may enter into Pa some when/where
: SO: don't read it! read(OR watch} the reviews elsewhere at others T's
? the read # will be included from here on, HOpefully & Shirley will enter
into one of the matrix some where & WILL effect the REAL results (BWUW}



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Read 2703 times/9:30am
prior to posting the nine o'clock hour revisions
let me refer to page 78 ?~ what the (obsidian Order) can't do
currently, it extreamley clear that as time passeth thru TMLP
in that order (in a single cpu {intel) system) it cannot be
correct. true the speed thru T call it 'c for 'Cause is
constant. however the concurrent pasage thru ML&Ps is
simaltanious give 4 individual (i mean 5) CPU's
but wait, there is more each of the 900 parameter sites
could {& shirley will) be assigned there own CPU
THUS IN THIS VERSION asume 4500 cpu's running CONcurrent
-
I now return the REMaing brain cell to 1 cpu design (& page 78's can't
though {at this time) i of course must agree with the curent conclusion
my opinion on the matter is things will change THUS i believe not WSp78


Read 2699 times/8:08am
OK assuming i got the sequence correct T L M P1 Pa {WHITCH i doubt)
Listen i went by the book & i do believe the book to be wrong THUS
i'LL now change my mind and say POsitivly its T M L P1 & the Pa last
-
whatever the order turns out to be i'LL asume on the

\ down red line of the X matrix form
it represents top to bottom movement of Mass, & Length  etc thus on 9x9
rendition (1,1) is the sum of the inputs (2,2) M input (3,3) L (4,4) P*
(5,5) is the kernal & for T contains 64e3 centered in the current version
(6,6) out to M 7,7 to L 8 to P* etc for / 9 in from sum 8M 7L 6P 5KERNAL
4 OUT TO M 3L 2P ETC { this of course all preliminary & will change ?
= =
in summery \  M & L space down out bottom  / T & P? up output to the right
TMLP is the current sequence in mind | subject to change of course later.
it soon will be time to start thinking in terms of conversions & where in
the matrix the conversions required are stored, whiTch conversions are
required and where in the matrix the results are sent as it moves along
: : :
i'll begin with curie | as its a current thought | so on with this} tail
1. Radioactive: Marie and Pierre Curie - L. Redniss
http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,31312.0/msg,1137182.html
2:3.7e10 37 gig Hz meaning a lot
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/curie {did NOT like link |oh well
3? Becquerel, a rate of decay of one disintegration per second | very low
http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Becquerel | 1 Hz || OK ?/?


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MOVING ALONG ANYWAY: it became clear: "T(19,29)=T(18,29)/1000;"
did work | as long as the Left preceed the right? RIGHT? another
thing as one Matrix (T) effects another (L) via <output to input>
route the output must preceed the input in time in effect dT B4 dL
the output from T must occure prior to input to L and output
from L must preceed input to T (comprenda'? {never mind then
Assume today there is a change in time that will effect the Length
of cable U i will write this in reverse to make sence to myself 2day
L>-<T  Clearly the information dT FROM T goes every Matrix L M P1 Pa
and it does seam in writing it long hand that t>->l visualizes &
raise a Question about out & in? IS out Right & in Left? Maybe it
makes far more sence to say out from the bottom & in thru the top
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is there something else: Naturally : its kind of a brain diagram
of 5 neurons? with 4 inputs([4:12],15)top load (4,[4:25])left in
4 outputs ([20:26],15) out bottom (26,[4:24]) out right (wireing}
i think the point i wish to raise at this point is the cycle time
as dT's do occur & trasfers to L M & P1 Pa changing them to output
feedback into T a cycle time arises I call it the SPEED U C
of c of course . & at any give moment can be considered CONstanT
?
ok it makes sence {at this time) to summerize & say
in left out right & in top out bottom,so what is the difference
(i mean what should the difference be, Other than to REMember
it matters if you get your constants from the left or Right?
allright it seams to me that left to right is time
and top to bottom is space (this needs more thought}?  mass?
must be space in the top out the bottom like length thus if
P1 is in Left out right then Pa must be in top out bottom
but wait is there a twist to the tail here could it be that
pouring Pa in the top causes it to come out on the RIGHT ? i ask U
THAT is space transposed into time & Time into space by PERM curls
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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ?
« Reply #98 on: January 24, 2012, 04:00:15 am »
% file mu1.m
for n=1:25
T(n+2,30) = fix(110*2^((n-1)/12));
end


% file m1.m

disp('this is the startin point for A MU matrix form')
T= ones(30,30); M=T; L=M; P1=L; Pa=P1';
whos
mu1

5:36 PM rereading the 2pm text entry | it now occurs to me ||
to think along the lines of adaping the Matrix form m0 to Music
What is it, yes i guess i should have begun with ones not 0's
-
Well curently Mus to me is the 2 min interval of telepathy
2.456 if you must nit pick. thus when the (i'LL say} m1 matrix
form {no it does not eXist yet) is applied to the Mus Question
=
then the Time in next pass thru TMLP {assume single cpu) the
parameters are adjusted such that the feedback P>T is 2.
U get it? I refer to this 2. as the Telepathic exchange interval
:
HOwever for mus its currently spoken of as mpm
(Measures per Minute) an M1 mus constant set at 30 in default
box say T(2,8) the conversion T(27,8) bpm = 4*mpm OR  df  120
?
thus in 2 min 60 measures or 24e1 BEATS? OK hop on the A string
i forget for a moment what to look at exactly. Walk out 1/3 way
PLUCK to start a vib | =/\/\/\= find the node aka quite point
/
2.456*30=72-74M OR 300 lashes / Yes its true i 4get the
telepathic part { could be raise your right hand & repeat
after me) teleK i do REMember (bend the spoon handle ( U C i T
~ 6:40 PM
YEP: it seams as though this Mus (M1) approach may indead be
the easiest way forward so ill head off in this direction
and repeat 96 at 98 only with a different inTENT, MUS not U

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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ?
« Reply #99 on: January 24, 2012, 08:06:05 am »
10 Lamat 16 Muan ? Read 2730 times (heading for Astronomy}?
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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ?
« Reply #100 on: January 24, 2012, 11:55:37 am »
Speaking of astronomy- did you hear about venus transiting the sun on june 5? Im going to try and check it out. Sounds cool to me.
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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ?
« Reply #101 on: January 25, 2012, 05:25:45 am »
2791 21/(24*60*60*1000+23)= .3 Verry Well 12 Oc
Read 2770 times 12/10810=1.11sB/ 11 Muluc 17 Muan TorR 1mm/Hg
Read 2758 times 28/5071000 mS = 5.5 sure.BERTS
10 Lamat 16 Muan ? Read 2730 times (heading for Astronomy}?
Speaking of astronomy- did you hear about venus transiting the sun on june 5? Im going to try and check it out. Sounds cool to me.
NOPe din
i did catch the news about earth getting hit today about
6 AM by the Solar Eruption details later
9:25
9:45 Solar-flare 1/22-24?
http://www.spaceweather.com/
9:50 ?~ / " ORM: As expected, a CME hit Earth's m " \ ~?
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Re: MATLAB ? 2010 ? 2011 ?
« Reply #102 on: January 27, 2012, 08:03:57 am »
1:26
Calculus form <-... ... ... ... ... ... ~ integral form
Exb dx+Eyr dy+Ext (-dx)+Eyl
(-dy)    < = = =  _/`E.*dl
(Exb-Ext)dx + (Eyr-Eyl)dy
(Eyr-Eyl)dy - (Ext-Exb)dx
. . . ...
[(dEy/dx)-(dE/dy)]dx dy
=pg227
Ob=Bz dx dy
-dOb/dt = -d[Bz dx dy]/dt = -dBz/dt)dx dy
:: AI.7 from integral via calculus into dif FORM
dEy/dx-dEx/dy = -dBz/dt
? APPROACH TO CURL (3X3) Matrix
well? fine i got lost at the introduction of
Amperes Law VxB=eo uo dE/dtso later page 229
NOT that i can actually do the anim (I cant}
do wish i could  see link


Friday 1/27 / 13 Chuen 2815 24/22.5 = .3sB
 Integral form  ...->  Differential form  ...-> Matrix form
so the Question becomes ? wiLL i ever return?
i donno but i did find appendix I, so i may as
well try: starting from the integral form page 225
_/` E.dl =  -dOb/dt & _/`B.dl=uo[i+eodoE/dt]
---------------------------------------------

E { electric field
B { magnetic field
O { flux
i { current

9:30 2827 12/8h-4m ~ 2.9sB {Boo:
physical constant ε0, commonly called the vacuum permittivity,
ε0 ≈ 8.854187817620... × 10−12 F·m−1.
ε0 is defined by the formula \varepsilon_0 =\frac {1}{\mu_0 c_0^2}
μ0 has the defined value 4π × 10−7 H m−1
c0 has the defined value 299792458 m·s−1,

2:30Pm 2833 6/5h ? .3
rev 1630
1/23      2691  CHINESE NEW YEAR A sure.BERTS Rev #'s
    14:34 2708
          2717
    23:15 2727
1/24      2730
1/25      2758 28/      5.5 sure.BERTS 5071000 mS
     ?:37 2770 12/84.5  1.2   10810=1.11sB
1/26 1:37 2791 21/1d     .05 (24*60*60*1000+23).0525
1/27 0:03 2815 24/22.5  3.84
     0930 2827 12/8.5h  5
     1430 2833 6/5h     4.32             
------------------------------
1/27 to 1/23 = 4days = 5760 hours
2833  - 2708 = 125R  / 5760 = .0217R/hR

* 3.6 = .078 sB avg  based upon
(60*60*1000mS)=360000 mS{milliSec) per hour
24hR/day1 & other jOKes to numerous to MENtION[/color]

13 Chuen 16?? 2843  10/2 * 3.6 18sB
1 Eb 0 Pax 0:0 2848 5/8            2¼sB
2 Ben       0:0 2864 18/24


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