|Authored by: Ian Al on Sunday, July 22 2012 @ 05:51 AM EDT|
|The more I think about it, it is parallel computing with each switch|
representing one processor. The toggle in each switch is the state memory.
The data is input by the user into the state memory. The hard-wired logic in
both computers process both the output from the other computer and the data
input by the user.
The 'data' is actually processor instructions. Each processor has an instruction
set of two.
If I ignore PolR's nonsense and follow the wise counsel of the District Court,
then each data set is a new program of instruction and it is, obviously, four
completely different machines because it has four completely different
My head hurts, now. I'm going to sit on a darkened landing, for a while.
Software Patents: It's the disclosed functions in the patent, stupid!
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