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Title: CST 213 Carbon Based Metabolic Adaptive Entities


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CST 213 Carbon Based Metabolic Adaptive Entities
  • Prerequisites
  • BPS 355 Thinking
  • Physics 202 Current Considerations on Time
    Space
  • Business Marketing 099 Public Relations
  • English 100 Retortic Mind-Numbing Essays
  • Mathematics 150 Lie algebra homology, Equivariant
    cohomology and Koszul duality
  • Cross listed as Philosophy 101 LIFE
  • Dr. Roger G. Clery, BS MBA PhD CDP ETC

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The Future
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Extrapolate This!
Where am I going?
  • A better question is where are you now and where
    did you come from.

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But, First the Past
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History
  • "History doesn't repeat itself - at best it
    sometimes rhymes"

History is more or less bunk
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My 1st Computer
  • South West Technical Products with Motorola 6800
    CPUSpecsProsessor 6800 later followed by
    the 6809Bus SS-50, a 50 pins busDate July
    1975Ram up to 48k ram Kit came with 2k static
    RAMMedia 300 baud tape recorderDisk 5.25 ",
    used SS SD hardsectored 85K data, 35 tracks, 34
    users, 10 sec/track, 4 taken by Dos.Language
    Loader in PROM (MikBUG)
  • Operating Systems MINIDOS / FlexDosRom
    up to 8K, ROM or EPROMRS-232 type serial
    interface Screen and keyboard Information is
    entered into the SWTPC 6800 by an external
    terminal, or any other input device that can be
    connected to an 8-bit ASCII

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Watson
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Data
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Processing
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Information
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The Past
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Ken Olson Quote
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My first time-share Program
  • 99 CONTINUE
  • PRINT ENTER FIXED COST PROFIT
  • INPUT F
  • PRINT ENTER VARIABLE COST PER UNIT
  • INPUT V
  • PRINT ENTER THE SALES PRICE PER UNIT
  • INPUT P
  • Q F/(P-V)
  • PRINT YOU MUST SELL Q UNITS
  • PRINT ENTER Y TO CONTINUE N TO QUIT
  • INPUT R
  • IF R Y THEN GOTO 99
  • END

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Bill Gates Quote
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Moors Law
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Not to be confused withMurphys law - Anything
that can go wrong will orClerys Law- 82 of
any job is understanding the problem
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Transistors per Die
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Processing Power
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AMD ATHLON PROCESSORS
  • Q What are the prices of the AMD Athlon 64 X2
    processors?
  • A The AMD Athlon 64 X2 processors 4800, 4600
    4400, and 4200 will be priced at 1001, 803,
    581, and 537 respectively.
  • Q What types of future end-user capabilities
    will we see enabled by dual-core technology?
  • A General consumers should realize an immediate
    benefit from AMD multi-core processors with the
    capability to run multimedia and security
    applications with increased performance. AMD
    multi-core processors can deliver advanced
    multi-tasking capabilities and exceptional
    multimedia performance as multi-threaded
    applications spread from the enterprise server
    market to the client and consumer markets.
    Examples include
  • Background Productivity, such as burning a CD or
    running firewall software in the background while
    working from home, banking online, or delivering
    video in the foreground.
  • Digital Content Creation, such as photo editing,
    video editing or audio mixing.
  • Programming
  • Commercial convergence applications, such as
    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) supporting
    audio, video and data collaboration.

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The Message
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Knowledge Based Economy
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1.5 Ton Computer
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Information Storage
  • Needs
  • Solutions

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NASA
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Size
1,000,000,000,000,000
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Petabyte
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Disk Capacity Growth
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Disk Capacity today
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How arduous is it to gain access to data?
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LaCie Bigger Disk with Triple Interface 1
TeraBytes
  • USB 2.0, FireWire 400, FireWire 800
  • Amazing 1 terabyte capacity
  • 800 Mbps FireWire interface
  • FireWire 800, FireWire 400 and USB 2.0
    connectivity
  • Smart cooling system and automatic On /Off
    feature
  • 6.3x 3.4x 10.6 inches 11 pounds
  • Transfer rate 34 MB/s Peek 60 MB/s
  • 979.00

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Cost Megabytes
1997
  • 1 Terabyte External drive cost 980 April 2005
  • Seagate Hard drive .72 per gigabyte

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Costs
37
The Messy Office
How can we find stuff?
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Google
  • While other e-businesses are cutting back, Google
    is increasing its infrastructure as fast as it
    can, doubling the size of its server farm in the
    last 10 months, to 8,000 systems.
  • Google needs all that iron because demand for the
    site is booming. Google, which ranks in the top
    25 Web pages worldwide, had 10.9 million unique
    visitors in March, compared with 3.2 million
    unique visitors in April 2000, according to
    Jupiter Media Metrix.
  • Despite the growing traffic, the site remains
    fast and accessible. Visitors to Google can
    access one of its pages in an average
    of.64-second, according to measuring firm Keynote
    Systems.
  • Google is one of the biggest enterprises using
    the increasingly popular server farm approach to
    scalability. As the prices and size of
    Intel-architecture servers shrink, enterprises
    scale by using large numbers of cheap,
    low-powered servers.
  • Google, like many other companies using this
    approach, runs Linux. "You don't need one,
    enormous 64-way system, as long as you have
    truckloads of small systems," said Rich
    Partridge, an analyst with D.H. Brown Associates.
    "Google is taking a trend that others are doing
    and taking it out to an extreme."
  • As part of the infrastructure expansion, Google
    is consolidating. The company is moving out of
    datacenters in the San Francisco Bay and
    Washington D.C. areas, and consolidating in a new
    facility in the D.C. area. That means Google is
    moving from five to four datacenters--this, after
    adding three datacenters in the past year or so.
  • Google indexes 1.3 Web billion pages on over a
    petabyte of storage--that's more than a million
    gigabytes.

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Data Transmission
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Gilder's Law
  • proposed by George Gilder, prolific author and
    prophet of the new technology age - the total
    bandwidth of communication systems triples every
    twelve months. New developments seem to confirm
    that bandwidth availability will continue to
    expand at a rate that supports Gilder's Law.

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Gilders Law
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Bandwidth
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Optical Bandwidth
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DWDM Dense Wave Division Multiplexing
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Switches
46
Bandwidth more than
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Connections
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ARPANET Beginning
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ARPANET 77 - 83
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ARPANET to INTERNET
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INTERNET 92 to 95
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Metcalfe's Law
  • attributed to Robert Metcalfe, originator of
    Ethernet and founder of 3COM the value of a
    network is proportional to the square of the
    number of nodes so, as a network grows, the
    value of being connected to it grows
    exponentially, while the cost per user remains
    the same or even reduces.

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Internet Hosts
Numbers in Millions
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Internet Servers
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Technical Challenges
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Scalability requires
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Cognition
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Digital Librarian
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Avatar
  • An image you select or create to represent
    yourself in a 3D chat site on the Web. In order
    to interact with these sites, you need a VRML
    plug-in. Avatar is a Sanskrit word that means the
    incarnation of a god on earth. See VRML.

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Innovation
XEROX PARC
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systems
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System Management
4
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Trouble Free Systems
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Transition to software
65
Software Challenges
Google
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Software problems
67
Moore's Law
  • formulated by Gordon Moore of Intel in the early
    70's - the processing power of a microchip
    doubles every 18 months corollary, computers
    become faster and the price of a given level of
    computing power halves every 18 months.

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Hudson Institute 30 years
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Ideas to Consider
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How do we get there?
  • Education for the specialist
  • Education for everyone
  • Combine Knowledge with Can-Do Ability
  • Programming use to be fun
  • Problem solving skill sets
  • Computer/Internet literacy

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Pit-falls to avoid
  • Rigor mortis, procrastination, paralysis of
    analysis
  • "Perfect is the enemy of good enough."(Soviet
    Admiral Gorshkov)
  • Frenzy, chaos, FUD

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What we need
  • Improved Communication
  • Instructor ? Student
  • Instructor ? Instructor
  • Instructor ? Administration
  • Realistic programs get real
  • To identify and explore the RESONANCE of Teaching
    and Learning practices Click here to see video
    from web
  • Motivation instruction checking feedback

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What Kind of Education
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EE degrees
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Law degrees
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Challenge
77
Best is yet to Come
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Conclusion
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