Re: Language for ubiquitous computing

"DeltaOne" <>
7 Sep 2005 13:19:43 -0400

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From: "DeltaOne" <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 7 Sep 2005 13:19:43 -0400
References: 05-08-112
Keywords: design, question
Posted-Date: 07 Sep 2005 13:19:43 EDT

Hi it is a good idea for such language to exist. We are a group of
people working on the artificial intelligence model and making of a
child chatter bot kind of thing that can actually learn and for that we
are designing a New NLP language that will make AI and NLP applications
writing better. We were also planning for adding some of the features
like this(concurrency) in our language as AI means massively parallel

But there is one thing that i understand concurrent and
distributed computing is good for multi processors to multiple
processors. What is the language offering for single processor? In
single processor its only time sharing and virtual concurrency.
And i also want some advise from you people.

As we are implementing for only intelligence so if we get some support
from you people we will leave the multiprocessing to your part(take
help of your language, may be we use your compiler as a ingene
integrated)in our language. Well it may integrate some of your
language features and details. So if you find some time and can co
operate into our work we can work closely. Adding more features to
some common goal. Our aim is to develop a intelligent being that can
pass Turing test.

Well it may be a long goal but we will do it. So if you cant find time
to help us or you have confidential things for ur language please
suggest some thing to us.
Thanks in advance.
[My first suggestion would be to explain why none of the bazillion
existing languages is suitable for what you want to do. Start with
Scheme and Common Lisp. -John]

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