> xgl writes:
>specifically, he mentions the brittleness of human programming.
I think a small step was taken in overcoming that brittleness in the SMASH
architecture (Simple, Many and Self-Healing) that IBM will use in its new
hyper-computer Blue Gene. If any of the one million processors malfunctions
the entire computer doesn't die it just slows down a little, the same is true if
any of the 8 million simultaneous computational threads runs into trouble.
John K Clark email@example.com
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