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If you make a lot of noise, you're my personal enemy. Sooner or later I'll get to you. Enjoy your life so far.

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« Integer #multiplication in time O(n log n) »
#DavidHarvey #JorisVanDerHoeven
hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-0

« Deux chercheurs ont développé une nouvelle méthode pour multiplier les très grands nombres. Une avancée potentiellement historique pour l’#informatique. »
lejournal.cnrs.fr/articles/la-

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Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad. -- Miles Kington

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Coq, associativity of vectors Show more

Coq, associativity of vectors Show more

Thinking about dependently typed languages has brought back another question: Can you just state the associativity of append on length indexed lists in #Idris or #Agda?
Because Coq you can't because a type mismatch: (a + (b + c)) is not convertible to ((a + b) + c).

That seems to be a pretty annoying problem for the usability of dependently typed languages.

@amiloradovsky

- I'm not sure what the future holds below 7nm, because even at 22nm you are having to deal with quantum tunneling. It only gets worse the smaller you get.
- At the end of the day it has to do with transistor density. The future may be in 3d-stacked die, where transistor density isn't measured in m^2 anymore, but m^3. But that has it's own set of problems, not the least of which is heat dissipation

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