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(current-time-string) "Wed Dec 27 11:21:42 2017"

e^(3/oo)        795     180     qq
e^(9*oo)        357     180     qq
e^(3/oo)-pi/4   00966   180     qq

3/oo = 5.19 736 414
9*oo = 5.19 494 098

3^e*oo = 11.4 363 686
2^e/oo = 11.4 010 869

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EC GA psuedo

      These operators typically depend on additional sets of
parameters s , m , and r which are characteristic for the operator and
the representation of individuals. Additionally, an initialization
procedure generates a population of individuals (typically at random,
but an initialization with known starting points should of course also
be possible), an evaluation routine determines the fitness values of
the individuals of a population, and a termination criterion is
applied to determine whether or not the algorithm should stop.

      Putting all this together, a basic evolutionary algorithm
reduces to the simple recombination■mutation■ selection loop as
outlined below:

      Input:             µ, ■, ■ , r , m , s
                         a■ , the best individual found during the run, or
      Output:
                         P ■ , the best population found during the run.



#!/user/bin/perl
# (current-time-string) "Sun Feb 18 19:25:50 2018"
# /root/0.lang/0.0.perl/0.algor/0.ec/1gpEvol/0ecHandbook.txt
# 
# DEFS:: ===============================================================
#  5% L2477

# I := to denote an arbitrary space of individuals {$a} \in I
# 
# F := I → \Real to denote a real-valued
#           FITNESS FUNCTION of individuals.
# 
# \mu     := parent pop size
# \lambda := child pop size
# 
# 
# 
# P (t) := a Population at generation $t.
# 
#          P(t) = (a1(t), . . . , a_{\mu}(t)) \in I^{\mu}
# 
#          characterizes a population at generation t.
# 

              my $t = 0;

              sub  P (t) = initialize(µ);

               F (t) = evaluate(P (t), µ);
      
               while (■(P (t), ■ ) = true) {
      
                         P (t) ← recombine(P (t), r );
                         P (t) ← mutate(P (t), m );
                         F (t) ← evaluate(P (t), ■);
                         P (t + 1) ← select(P (t), F (t), µ,   s );
                         $t++;
                }

(current-time-string) "Sun Feb 18 18:51:00 2018"

e+1-oo             =  3.14 10661
e*(1/oo-oo)        =  3.14 02653

(pi-1+oo)^(e+1-oo) = 23.14 25862
e^pi               = 23.14 06926

Stardust's Law:

   2 is kinda-sorta equal to 3 -- especially for even larger values of 2.

Goebbnel's Law:

        2 is not equal to 3 -- not even for large values of 2.


                          PALMER
              Ozzie.    Sit down.

    Osbourne Cox, entering, is a middle-aged man in a striped
    shirt and bow tie.

                         OSBOURNE
              Palmer.   What's up.

                        PALMER
              You know Peck, and Olson.

    The two men, sitting on chairs facing the desk, nod at
    Osbourne, who is surprised to see them.

                        OSBOURNE
              Peck, yes, hiya. Olson, by
              reputation. Hi, Osbourne Cox.

                        OLSON
              Yeah, hiyah.

                    OSBOURNE
          Aren't you with...aren't you,
          uh...

Palmer jumps in:

                    PALMER
          Yeah, that's right. Oz, look.
          There's no easy way to say this.
          We're taking you off the Balkans desk.

                      OSBOURNE
          You're----what? Why?

                    PALMER
          In fact we're moving you out of Sigint
          entirely.

                      OSBOURNE
          ...What?    No discussion, just----you're
          out?

                    PALMER
          Well, we're having the discussion now
          Oz. This doesn't have to be
          unpleasant.

                    OSBOURNE

          Palmer, this doesn't have to be unpleasant? ...with all due
          respect----what the fuck are you talking about?

A beat.

          ... And why is Olson here?

Another uncomfortable beat.

          ... I said,  why is `Fucking Olson' here?!


                    PALMER
          ... Look, Ozzie----

                    OSBOURNE
          What the fuck is this?!     Is it my----I
          know it's not my work.

                      PALMER
          Ozzie----

                    OSBOURNE
          I'm a great fucking analyst!     Is it----

                    PALMER
          Oz, things are not going well.      As you
          know.

                       PECK
             You have a sexual problem.

Stunned silence.         Ozzie turns to look at Peck.

At length:

                       OSBOURNE
             I have a sexual problem.

                       PALMER
             This doesn't have to be unpleasant.
             We found you something in State. It's
             a, uh...

He gropes, uncomfortable.

                       PALMER (CONT'D)
             ... It's a lower clearance level.
             Yes. But we're not, this isn't, we're
             not terminating you.

                       OSBOURNE
                 (quietly)
             This is an assault.

                       PECK
             Come on, Ozzie.

                       OSBOURNE
             This is an assault. I have a sexual
             problem? Fuck you, Peck, you're a
             Mormon! You fuck six wives!

                           PECK

             Ozzie----you... you like to put it in the ..

                         OSBOURNE
             Next to you we all have a sexual
             problem! Fuck you guys! Whose ass
             didn't I kiss? Let's be honest!

                          OLSON
             Ozzie, sometimes we don't know when we're sick..
             You are.... you are a `sodomite'.

Palmer nods at Olson for encouragement to go on

                       PALMER
             Okay, Olson----

                       OSBOURNE
             What?!...What the fuck?! Let's be fucking honest...

Osbourne gets to his feet, agitated.

                         OSBOURNE (CONT'D)
               ... This is a crucifixion! This is
               political! Don't tell me it's not!

    He storms out the door.

                         OSBOURNE (CONT'D)
               ... I have a sexual problem! I am a sodomite...

    The door slams.   Palmer Smith looks at Olson.     Olson arches
    an eyebrow..let's out a big sigh, shaking head left to right...

(current-time-string) "Fri Jan 19 10:34:55 2018"

e^2+1/pi   =  7.707365985114440898768194987
e^2-1/pi   =  7.070746212746859555692659934

pi-1/e^2   =  3.006257370353180546568643888

pi^2+1/e^2 = 10.00493968432597131072849050
pi^2+1/e^3 =  9.919391469457222561813833415
pi^2+1/e^4 =  9.887920039978092799128209021
pi^2+1/e^5 =  9.876342348088444085931127048

pi^2-1/e^5 =  9.862866454090273151737854951
pi^2-1/e^4 =  9.851288762200624438540772978
pi^2-1/e^3 =  9.819817332721494675855148584

(current-time-string) "Thu Feb  8 13:32:43 2018"

Is that it?

\sec{Counting}
\subsec{Roman Numeral Arithmetic}
\subsec{Bedouin Pepples in Sand}

\subsec{}
\subsec{Weighing}
\subsec{Balun}
\subsec{Base 3}
\subsec{Bas 14}

\sec{The Ruler}
\subsec{Transversal Area}
\subsec{Vernier}

\sec{The Slide Rule}
\subsec{The Ln Rule}
\subsec{Transversal Area}

\subsec{Fast Ratio}
\subsec{Rational Approx To Decimal}
        No factoring Numerator or Denominator

{The Circular Slide Rule}

\subsec{Vertical Values}
\subsec{Horizontal Values}
\subsec{Transversal Area Arcs Semi-Filling the Inside Circle}
\subsec{Vernier? Snail}
\subsec{Moire Perspex Overlay -> Factorization?}

\sec{Mercator's}
\subsec{The Astrolabe In In Wind}
\subsec{The Sextant Index Cone Bearing}

1.+
( 1+(1/2)*
  ( 1+(1/3)*
    ( 1+(1/4)*
      ( 1+(1/5)
      )
    )
  )
)

1.+(1+(1/2))           = 2.500000000000000000000000000
1.+(1+(1/2)*(1+(1/3))) = 2.666666666666666666666666667

1.+(1+(1/2)*(1+(1/3)*(1+(1/4))))
                       = 2.708333333333333333333333333

1.+(1+(1/2)*(1+(1/3)*(1+(1/4)*
(1+(1/5))))) = 2.716666666666666666666666667

1.+(1+(1/2)*(1+(1/3)*(1+(1/4)*(1+(1/5)*
(1+(1/6)))))) = 2.718055555555555555555555556

1.+(1+(1/2)*(1+(1/3)*(1+(1/4)*(1+(1/5)*
(1+(1/6)))))) = 2.718055555555555555555555556

1.+(1+(1/2)*(1+(1/3)*(1+(1/4)*(1+(1/5)*
(1+(1/6)*(1+(1/7))))))) 
= 2.718253968253968253968253968

1.+(1+(1/2)*(1+(1/3)*(1+(1/4)*(1+(1/5)*
(1+(1/6)*(1+(1/7*(1+(1/8)*(1+(1/9))))))))))
= 2.718281525573192239858906526

1.+(1+(1/2)*(1+(1/3)*(1+(1/4)*(1+(1/5)*(1+(1/6)*
(1+(1/7)*(1+(1/8)*(1+(1/9)*(1+(1/10)*(1+(1/11)*
(1+(1/12)*(1+(1/13)*(1+(1/14)*(1+(1/15)*
(1+(1/16)*(1+(1/17)*(1+(1/18)*(1+(1/19)*
(1+(1/20)*(1+(1/21)*(1+(1/22)*(1+(1/23)*
(1+(1/25)*(1+(1/26))))))))))))))))))))))))) 
                  = 2.718281828459045235360287 399
e                 = 2.718281828459045235360287 471

% \subsec{Cognito Interrupto}
``The person who says it cannot be done should not 
interrupt the coders coding it."

\subsec{$\dpi$ Play}

``Wonder in pure mathematics is the beginning of true wisdom."

``If you enjoy $pi$, you'll never work another
day in your life."

``Life may not be the party we hoped for, 
but while we're here we should dance." 

``To love what you do and feel that it matters, how
could anything be more fun?"

(current-time-string) "Wed Feb  7 02:23:16 2018"


    The crash of impact----ramming Osbourne.

      He recoils from the impact.

                             OSBOURNE
                   Holy fucking----you fucking morons!

(current-time-string) "Fri Jan 19 10:55:54 2018"

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