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The Economics of Autonomy

In ancient legend, there is a Creation story: in contemporary times, it is known as the first book of Moses called the book of Genesis. When God IS creating the world, Genesis (KJV) states, “And God said, Let there be light: and there was light” (Genesis 1:3). According to legend, the 1st great Prophet, named Isaiah, told his faith to his friends, his people, and his enemies. Isaiah wrote, “Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust, and not be afraid: for the LORD JEHOVAH is my strength and my song; he also is become my salvation” (Isaiah 12:2) A man called the Christ was crucified, then according to Roman Empire record, died, but according to Christian legend, rose again. In Christian tradition, Jesus the Christ stated Christians should conclude our prayers to God, our Father, this way: “And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen” (Matthew 6:13). Following Jesus of Nazareth, a New Testament writer,

On Datapaths: Accepting, but Surpassing Limits

In Computer Organization and Design MIPS Edition, authors, David A. Patterson and John L. Hennessy wrote a piece of information: they defined single-cycle implementation. On single-cycle implementation, Patterson and Hennessy wrote, “Also called single clock cycle implementation. An implementation in which an instruction is executed in one clock cycle. While easy to understand, it is too slow to be practical” (Patterson & Hennessy 2014). Patterson and Hennessy were saying this: for every instruction, an instruction requires one clock cycle. As this is a scalability issue, increasing the instructions to two: requires two clock cycles. Against the pseudo-infinity within, I shall describe, common case hardware, von Neumann computers: this requires a series because this shall make calculation sufficiently easier than a sequence that has no calculation. The series is this: from 0 instructions to n instructions, the series X is incremented one instruction divided the equivalent clock cyc

On Physical Memory and Virtual Memory: Memory-Resident Malware

Memory Management and Security Abstraction On, a writer, Indika, wrote Difference Between Physical Memory and Virtual Memory. Indika stated, “Virtual memory allows executing large programs faster when the RAM is not enough" (India, May 19, 2011). I n contemporary times, current 64-bit processors can do this: with 64-bit address buses, they can reference a maximum 2^64 addresses. Even though enough physical memory can be cost-effective; in these systems, this included-physical-memory does not cover the fast or good memory. For reference, a similar Computer Science discipline is Software Engineering. Software Engineering Project Management has three major goals, but a limit, two, shall remain germaine: during a project, these are a good project, a fast project, or a cheap project. Against Software Engineering is Computer Architecture memory management: one component, the physical memory, here, is cost-effective, and it shall either be fast or good. But unlike o

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 accom

Stakeholder Contexts and Industry Standards: ISO/IEC 38500 IT Governance, but then an IT Compliance Framework

ISO / IEC 38500 IT Governance ^ Compliance In information technology, standards for administration and enforcement of general applications are related to the International Organization for Standardization, or ISO, and the International Electrotechnical Commission, or IEC. The ISO/IEC 38500 IT governance and compliance framework is such a standard. According to A. L. Holt (2013), directors and senior officers understanding their responsibility for governing information technology systems addresses three issues: procured system integration, responding to legislative requirements for storing personal data, and documentation (Part A, Sec. 3).  SMEs Linked to Measurable Successful Outcomes With regard to small and medium-sized enterprises, or SMEs, Olaitan Olutoyin and Stephen Flowerday suggested that the IT governance structure and the operational governance processes are linked to measurable successful outcomes by three key pillars (2016). Olutoyin and Flowerday (2016) said that the thre

Tying together the digital customer experience

In December 2019, ™ Forum Editor, Arti Mehta, discussed Tying together the digital customer experience . Mehta wrote: "Effective customer experience and lifecycle management is crucial for all brands" (Dec 2019). What Mehta claimed is true, for customer experience is a necessary maintenance, and lifecycle management is the software evolution foundation. Mehta reported: Born Group's Managing Director & Partner of APAC, Prakash Gurumoorthy, wrote, "Fundamentally, it's about the front meeting the back" (December 2019). Software Analysis requires explaining the user experience, for the hardware and software architectures are this feature's foundation. Gurumoorthy mentioned: at the parking lot, a retailer's customer experience starts, and a telecom provider's customer experience starts: in service regions, my customer subscription planning, and the new channel onboarding that is the structure.  In the months this year, September to December 2

On Android Pie, the Adaptive Display is a Great Feature

Adaptive Display On Android Pie, the Adaptive Display updates the display lighting and the display coloring. The Android Pie app features a display selection, and this can be found: I can access the Settings app, select Display, and select Screen Mode. In Screen Mode, four modes are available: the Adaptive Display, Cinema, and Photo; but also Basic. In Screen Mode, each choice has a distinct appearance, but Adaptive Display is the least red-glare selection. Also, the Adaptive Display allows better lighting than the other features, but a different choice encourages lighting stasis. In the Bible, a Prophecy is Inaccurate In Scripture, the Gospel disciple, Luke, reviewed a prophecy. To Theophilus, Luke (NIV) wrote: To Abraham, ABBA said, " God spoke to him in this way: ‘For four hundred years your descendants will be strangers in a country not their own, and they will be enslaved and mistreated " (Acts 7:6). On , Jeff A. Benner claimed the four

To Arti Mehta, a Response: Data, collaboration and life on the edge – Meet the Catalyst winners

On Telecoms Industry Challenges, a Seventeen Team Entry Point Arti Mehta wrote, "At Digital Transformation Asia this week, 17 Catalyst teams demonstrated their solutions to common telecoms industry challenges." Demonstrating common telecoms industry solutions gives an industry entry point, and it is the least common challenge,  but it is a demonstrated challenge: the problem is a university course topic. On Catalysts, the Basics Mehta reported: Catalysts are member- driven, concept-proving communications service providers (CSPs), suppliers, developers, etc. who assemble a quick and successive access  solution. Mehta reported: many leading commerce deployments are a Catalyst assembly. Mehta reported: with sixty-plus companies, and a two hundred plus entry count, this event location was Malaysia. Mehta wrote: the project selection was artificial intelligence (AI), user experience (UX), and virtual intelligence (VI); but also blockchain; but 5G; but etc. Mehta wro

On Android Pie, the Notification Style was Updated

On Android Pie, the notification system layout updated, but the notification edge got rounded.  Android Oreo  On the previous Android, codenamed Oreo, the notification edge is semi-rectangular. With traditional edges, an Android Oreo notification is like a desktop operating system. My Android Oreo device is a tablet, but it is too big and bulk, for I am an active person, but I dislike carrying a big computer because it is practically a PC. Android Oreo notifying I am using a mobile desktop style is not awesome because it is disorienting, but I have a mobile device.  Android Pie  On Android Pie, the notification edge is rounded, so Pie no longer has the desktop style notification. Against desktop computers,  it is more mobile-oriented. I like this update because I am more mobile than stationary, but Pie learns my notification use case. Using a notification is accepting the notification, but Pie adjusts my cookies, so my experience becomes better curated. 

Android Pie: Adaptive Battery

On December 21, 2018, CNET's Jason Cipriani wrote 13 fantastic Android Pie features coming to your phone .  Adapting Battery Jason Cipriani wrote, "In the never-ending pursuit of better battery life, Android Pie's Adaptive Battery feature will learn the apps you use over time and prioritize system resources to them." I took a screenshot, but above it is displayed. Cipriani reported: for non-significant app use, Android Pie shall ignore it; until I play the app. Cipriani reported: this saves battery life, and everyone is made happy. On November 6, 2019, this can be enabled: in Settings, choose Device care, and choose Battery; but for each app you can choose adapt the battery. In Scripture, Jesus Christ instructed trust, but Jesus Christ also Mastered dishonesty. Luke (NIV) wrote, “Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with m

To Mishaal Rahman, a Response: All updates to existing Play Store apps must now target Android 9 Pie

Android 9 Pie is a Play Store Requirement 4 hours ago, Mishaal Rahman wrote All updates to existing Play Store apps must now target Android 9 Pie ( link ). Rahman wrote, "Back in late 2017, Google made a bold decision: force Android app developers to target newer API levels by adding new Play Store requirements" (October 2019, Rahman). Google did not force me, an Android app developer: in 2017, my Regent University CSCI 430, Mobile and Smart Computing, course, was making Android Web apps, but my Web app did not have an Android API level requirement because it used a Web browser rather than an APK. My Play Store Goal, a Pie app: By December 31, 2019, I shall submit my Play Store app using the Pie level requirement, but I have an Play Store app, already: Bit Jet Kit. I used AppCreator24, but the target API was 25, so I sent AppCreator24 an email: regarding this, but AppCreator24 did not respond. July 18, 2020 Update, I Am No Longer Using AppCreator24: AppCreator24 was too costl

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