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[Ternary] Tunguska II 
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Seems good.


23 Jun 2009 20:08
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I'm considering releasing the mathematics part of Tunguska II as a separate library under LGPL -- possibly also in other languages (such as C and C++), to make ternary algorithms more easily available to people who want to play around with them.


24 Jun 2009 07:10
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I'm considering releasing the mathematics part of Tunguska II as a separate library under LGPL -- possibly also in other languages (such as C and C++), to make ternary algorithms more easily available to people who want to play around with them.


Ya that will be good...


24 Jun 2009 10:41
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It's hard to fathom just how ridiculously much memory Tunguska II can address. A full addresses have 9 nonary digits, so you get addresses of this length: 0nDDDDB4444, or in base 3: 0tAAAAAAAAA111111111.

It's also still very fast. With instructions (as opposed to running simply on NOP-instructions), it still does 2,5 million instructions per second (that's as fast as Tunguska I, despite being vastly more computationally powerful)


The assembler is pretty functional now. It's not very pretty code, but it gets the job done.


24 Jun 2009 14:29
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I put together a small debug user interface to see roughly how well Tunguska plays with threading. After some serious battles with Swing (which is about as thread-unsafe as it gets), I finally got it to do what I want. It's hardly pretty, but it shows that it works.

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25 Jun 2009 15:12
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Very good! May I be useful as GUI designer?


26 Jun 2009 03:37
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Sure. What I'm doing now is just a mock-up UI to figure out roughly what interface an user interface requires with Tunguska and work out the kinks in how it works in a threaded environment.


26 Jun 2009 13:27
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I'll create small prototype for GUI and send you link to it on this week.


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Wow! I am sorry - the weekend came too fast, I wasn't ready for it! Will take some more days :)


06 Jul 2009 13:26
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No rush, take the time you need. :-)


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