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During early Eastern Standard Time hours, today, the Wall Street Journal’s John D. McKinnon wrote Pentagon Weighs Ending JEDI Cloud Project Amid Amazon Court Fight ( link ). McKinnon wrote on Washington, District of Columbia soil, Pentagon professionals considered ending the JEDI cloud-computing project (in Software Engineering lingo, it is really a program, the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure): it is because Amazon.com Inc. has pushed litigation against it, and lawmakers are increasing their unfriendliness toward it. According to McKinnon, in 2019, Microsoft Corp. received the JEDI contract award, but Amazon contested this on court soil since then. On the Wall Street Journal, McKinnon continued: in April 2021, a federal judge refused the Pentagon’s demand to dismiss Amazon’s case, but the legal reasoning is unclear ( link ). Following this, Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks stated the Pentagon would review JEDI, wrote McKinnon. McKinnon stated Hicks’ statement was on Ap

Computer Processors and Human-Computer Interaction

Validating and Verifying Input or Output System Evolution

On January 23, 2019, Cris Dar wrote Evolution of Computer Processors. Cris Dar wrote, “Many consider computer processors as the brain of a computing device, but in reality, these tiny little chips are glorified calculators which manipulate the data flow from the software” (Dar, Jan 23, 2019). Dar was saying computer may be called a form of evolution, but their primary prestige is mathematics, and this is even with the following distinction: Computer Science, a CPU’s (Central Processing Unit) professional field basis, being applied mathematics. On mathematics bases, pseudo-limitations allow specialized limits. In IT (Information Technology), these specialized limits may define a media’s utmost functioning capabilities. Further, using correct growth patterns, they can be encouraged. Beyond these constraints, any more performance increases shall be media and non-media asynchronization because human-computer interaction pacing accommodates the human, but not the media. For example, human beings do not touch screens, type keyboards, or move mice per pipeline operation pace. In history, there is an important and related interaction record.


In the 1st century CE, a writer, likely named, John: for children, wrote an interaction-proliferating message. John wrote, “Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth” (NIV, 1 John 3:18). John was saying to honestly act and faith will be alive and visible. In application, CPU pseudo-limitations may show maximum action speeds because a user-computer interface is security-focused and accuracy-focused per human-computer interaction: it demands honest action. While cracking is possible, cracking requires exploiting an honest deed. Without honest action, human-computer interaction is not possible. As an undergraduate, I attempted a University of Tokyo course, Interactive Computer Graphics: during my Associate of Science in Computer Science, I attempted this, and it remains an available Coursera course. However, I could not complete this course because I had insufficient interactivity technique understanding: before I had begun this course, this was required. Therefore, performing I/O stylization should be the user experience, and securing a competent workforce thus a simple lesson scheme shall be future I/O system evolution.


Processor Performance

In a processor, many optimization limits have a data structure basis, and many optimization limits are algorithm-bound. In asymptotic notation (Big-Oh) terms, the worst case that is ever analytically acceptable is 2 steps per operation that is, n^2. On this worst case, processor grades are upgradeable. For example, a 3-in-1-step security precaution, Web search direction (availability) and Web search associativity (confidentiality), Web search consistency (integrity), can have a single step-basis, easing innovation navigation constraints; after the fastest contemporary and normal search, the binary search, incremental navigation is usable. Plus, since this navigation is incremental, its worst case is n that is, 1-step per Web surf. But there shall be a traditional processing limit that is, nearing the atomic scale, transistor size. By human talents, I/O systems are eventually limited. Over an external organ, internal organs have frequency limits, so direct-human-computer interaction has an ultimate user-basis per user use case.


I/O Performance

On Input or Output performance, computers are user-focused: in only computer-to-computer communication, there is no worthwhile or feasible program or project. For now, this is because all computer interaction shall have a human component. Some people might want a dog-computer interaction, a cat-computer interaction, etc.; but the main worth that computers have is social capital, and this is generally human-first then it might generate income. For larger entity communities, including cat-human interaction and dog-computer interaction, this constraint remains wise: for example, a seeing-dog can perform human-assistive work, and a dog-computer output can assist a human being; for a person who cannot afford a retinal implant, this shall be a temporary alternative. Since cats demand much attention, a cat-computer interaction can be attentive: for now, its worth is countering pet neglect, and it might be a feasible entertainment solution per commercial generation’s trickle down microeconomic. Thus so, in each I/O case, the input bottlenecks and output bottlenecks supposedly withholding the industry are better called industry growth opportunities: in computing, speed and grade are not major problems; the main market issue is affordability. Therefore, I recommend a computer evolution shift: that processors be cheaper and better because computer processing speed is quite excellent, already. I believe this: its solution is its social capital that is, in a bad economic situation, who a computer can help. For example, a blind loner: she requires work transportation; but within her city, a contagious virus is present. Thus, a worthy solution is an affordable self-driving car: a human-computer interaction is a self-driving and human-computer-communicating car, and some I/O limits are the security disabling function, the door opening or closing, and the car engine starting or stopping; and a navigation notification. 


References


Dar, Cris. “Evolution of Computer Processors.” Zzoomit. Zzoomit, January 23, 2019. https://www.zzoomit.com/evolution-of-computer-processors/.



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