Re: analog computing = useless hypothesis

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Date: Thu Apr 19 2001 - 10:24:20 BST

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    On Wed, Apr 18, 2001 at 03:07:38PM -0700, J. R. Molloy wrote:
    > From: "Robin Faichney" <>
    > > Do you claim that there is no significant difference between discrete
    > > and continuous systems, or don't you?
    > Even your questions seem binary (either/or).
    > "continuous systems"? Only in your imagination.

    If I believe in continuous systems, why would I tend to ask binary

    But anyway, now you've answered the discrete/continuous question, here's
    the next one: do you claim there's no significant difference between
    analog and digital computers?

    Robin Faichney
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