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Re: IP opportunity - angel(s) wanted

Hello all,

I’ll conclude my pitch with two more notes, offering references. Those who are interested can contact me directly (and soon - April 4 non-USA patent application deadline).

(1) This article, found by Roger Wagner, is an example of the challenge that, for real-time stuff, is answered in detail by my invention. All you CSP people are familiar with the kind of assumptions implicit in these “impossibility” results.


Roger asked if my stuff dealt with this. I replied:

I think it does, in that it does not assume simultaneity, but does assume coordination (as they define it) on a point-to-point channel. They dismiss this because of the response latency, but that is a sign that they are still stuck in the centralized DESIGN mode of thinking. A rather detailed design that assumes coordination (orderedness) and channels-that-can-fail (i.e. A then B if B arrives, but B may not arrive) is the orchard sensors in Crawl-Space Computing.

In the human world, information and action flow around, always with delays. When things fail, there is a fall-back. The ITOCA patent applies this to computing. Part of it is the fall-back or crude approach that will be fast enough even if things fail with the “digital” approach. Notice that it is possible to know that things have failed under the coordination assumption if you design them right, which I do in ITOCA, using the authority tasks and construction tasks.

The details refer to my Amazon book “Crawl-Space Computing” and to the patent, http://www.google.com/patents/US20140101663 .

(2) Here is something with a synergy with my invention.

"Up to now, the bottleneck has been synthesis," Burke said. "There are many areas where progress is being slowed, and many molecules that pharmaceutical companies aren't even working on, because the barrier to synthesis is so high.

"It is expected that the technology will similarly create new opportunities in other therapeutic areas as well, as the industrialization of the technology will help refine and broaden its scope and scalability."

But there are billions of potential molecules. Thermodynamics insures there will be a great variety of strategies based on molecular structure. Timing will be critical, which means ITOCA is needed to do this generically, too.

Larry Dickson

On Mar 11, 2015, at 8:19 AM, Larry Dickson <tjoccam@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello all,

Following on Jeremy’s lead I’ll post a link to a one-page summary of the IP I’m offering. It’s got a lot of CSP and occam roots, and if it flies I’ll certainly be asking around this list for people who can do this work!

Not noted yet on the link: my low bar-to-entry offer, licensing in a single non-USA country for $25,000 upfront plus royalties. This is because of the April 4 deadline. I focused completely on the medical devices opportunity because of its great value, but of course this applies to any real-time programming.

Larry Dickson

On Mar 11, 2015, at 8:00 AM, Martin, Jeremy <Jeremy.Martin@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Dear all,
I hope you won’t mind me posting to these technical mailing lists with a job advert. But I know there are some extremely good people out there and I’m looking for a Senior HPC Engineer to work at Lloyd’s of London Insurance Market, modelling the business.
Please find the advertisement here:
Best wishes,

Jeremy Martin
High Performance Computing Team Manager
Lloyd's ITG Application Group
Telephone         +44 (0)20 7327 5250


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