On 'Tilting' [was Re: Left/Righ and hearing]

kenneth collins kenneth.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Wed May 11 16:19:01 EST 2005


"kenneth collins" <kenneth.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in message 
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For those who are saving the dis-
cussions I've posted [if anyone
is :-], if you look back on my long-
former discussions of "simultaneous-
differential EEG" [SDEEG}, you'll
see that this "tilting" stuff was built-
right-into it.

At it's base, "tilting" is 'just' Differen-
tial+Integral Calculus, done simul-
taneously, with additional "rules" for
ordering the "infinitessimals" [the
"tilts"].

It's an extremely-powerful way to
Calculate, and I use it routinely in
most Calculations I do. [It's in all
of the QBASIC[tm] apps that I've
posted [in simplified forms], and
it was how I Solved the "Tornado-
Prediction" Problem the other
night.

The "tilts" make the technique a
differential-Differential+Integral
Calculus.

Basically, it's an Optimization of
the "nonlinearity of perspective"
stuff that's discussed in AoK, Ap6.
It can handle =ALL= statable Prob-
lems, and is especially-useful with
respect to Problems that've been
considered to 'be' "intractable".

It's 'funny' -- I 'thought' all of this
was readily-apparent to folks who
read the stuff I post, but, when I
posted the preceding "tilting" dis-
cussion, I realized that, although
it's all been in AoK, all along, I
needed to "hold folks' hands", a
bit, to assist them in getting-it.

So I have.

k. p. collins 





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