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Lesson One: An Introduction to Blissymbols. Douglas Crockford cс Blissym Language Institute It is easier to learn to read and write in. From the book: A simple system of logical pictorial symbols which can be operated and read like 1+ in all lanuages. It can be typed and printed and used. The Book to the Film ‘Mr. Symbol Man’, Charles K. Bliss with contributions by Shirley McNaughton, Semantography-Blissymbolics Publications.

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Preview — Semantography Blissymbolics by Charles K. It can be typed and printed and used in international communication and commerce, industy and science. It contains also a simple semantics, logic and ethics, which even children can learn to use in their problems.

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Lists with This Book. Jan 14, Manny marked it as to-read Shelves: This afternoon, we visited Kathryn Gunn, one of the world’s foremost experts on Blissymbolics. She showed me her copy of Semantography and I spent a couple of hours leafing through it. Seeing how interested I was, she very kindly offered to lend it to me, but I couldn’t accept: There was one being offered on eBay for around three times that.

Kathryn, who knew Bliss personally, said he was both a ve This afternoon, we visited Kathryn Gunn, one of the world’s foremost experts on Blissymbolics. Kathryn, who knew Bliss personally, said he was both a very smart person and quite mad. This was indeed apparent from the book. The idea is elegant and clever: As anyone who has tried to learn kanji will attest, real characters are ferociously difficult to remember.

They do sort of make sense, in a way. Most large characters are composed of smaller elements, and the meaning of the large character is in many cases related to those of the elements.

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For example, if you look at this image: But, alas, it’s rarely as good as this, and often it’s impossible for anyone but an expert to understand why the character means what it does; as is nook often the case, etymology depends on odd shifts and associations that are now deeply blissymbo,ics in the language. You are reduced to silly mnemonics and interminable rote memorization.

So why not start over? This what Bliss did, and the result is rather nice. Here are a couple of examples to give you the flavor of the thing: In general, my feeling was that it would be very easy to learn to read Bliss symbols.

Even after an hour of study, I knew a couple of dozen elements, and the combinations looked like they would be reasonably easy to remember.

Some famous people liked Bliss’s idea; he proudly displays an encouraging letter from Bertrand Russell. But somehow it never really took off.

Kathryn and a few other people continue to work on it. It is used for teaching children with learning difficulties, and in some crisis situations. It’s never become the major thing that Bliss wanted it to be. The book is a mess – a thousand pages long, full of asides, with frequent rants about fascism, communism, religion and other things. I’m not sure if that’s cause or effect. Bliss had had a hard life, and he was bitterly disappointed.

But I still wonder if someone might pick it up and run with it one day. Basically, it seems to be a good idea that’s just never found the right person to champion it. View all 18 comments.

Sep 06, notgettingenough marked it as to-read Shelves: It needs to be in Latin, Polish and Italian. When the last pope was dying, he needed one of her boards to communicate. It is a combination of algebraic notation and Bliss symbols. It was for an English-speaking surgeon working in an operating theatre in Indonesia. Along the top is the local alphabet and along the side the hlissymbolics numbers for This much the surgeon blisssymbolics.

In each square, referenced algebraic style is his word for something and then the Bliss symbol. Underneath is the local word for it. The Bliss symbol is most necessary in the case of users who have little or no literacy. The surgeon can also point, if necessary. It was eye-opening to see this technologically blissymbopics method. According to Kathryn what she does is in demand because it is most reliable, both in terms of understanding between languages without hiccups and in terms of being technology free.

In the field — and she gave the example of disaster situations — it is looked to because it works. Ie maybe the two methods will complement each other. Bliss would be thrilled that his work was being blissymbolocs and utilised in such blissymbokics way.

When it was finally picked up in the early s in Canada it was for the use of children to communicate who otherwise had difficulties. A laudable application, but Bliss had in mind something grandiose. He wanted a language of symbols to break down linguisitic barriers throughout the world and with that the negative cultural aspects of language.

Growing up prior to WWII, being imprisoned in camps for a while, he associated language with evil intent in a way sociologists would deny these days, but which drove his ideas. Another thing drove him. When he was young his father took him to a lecture given by a group of North Pole explorers. He was utterly taken by their fearless dedication to do this irrespective of danger to themselves. It gave bok the desire to want to do great things, to give to the world. Like so many European migrants who came to Australia with wonderful gifts he was a chemical engineer to give in the post WWII period, he found he had to take on a manual factory line job.

Reading this reminded me of some of the scientists Smolen looks at in The Trouble with Physicsthe ones who do the important big work are often not the ones in academia, who tend to spend a remarkably small amount of time doing research — ie thinking — but the ones who support themselves, again in menial labour, that frees their brains to do the important thinking that leads to major scientific breakthroughs.

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Graph clustering is the task of grouping the vertices of the graph into clusters taking into consideration the edge structure of the graph in such a way that there should be many edges within each cluster and relatively few between the clusters.

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All of these are facets of the ubiquitous computing author Adam Greenfield calls ” everyware.” In a series of brief, thoughtful meditations, Greenfield explains how. All of these are facets of the ubiquitous computing author Adam Greenfield calls ” everyware.” In a series of brief, thoughtful meditations. We’re proud to offer a taste of Adam Greenfield’s new book, Everyware. A List Apart is pleased to present the introduction of Everyware: The.

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In a sense, this is less of a conventional review than an attempt to discuss some of the ideas in the book, and synthesise them with points that have freenfield raised by the examination of architectures of control: The book is presented as a series of 81 theses, each a chapter in itself and each addressing a specific proposition about ubiquitous computing and how it will be used.

In Thesis 16, Greenfield introduces the possibilities of pervasive systems tracking and sensing our behaviour—and basing responses on that—without our being aware greenfeld it, or against our wishes.

In Thesis 42, Greenfield looks at the chain of events that might lead to an apparently innocuous use of data in one situation e.

The downstream consequences of even the least significant-seeming architectural decision could turn ada, to be considerable—and unpleasant. In a—superficially—less contentious area, Thesis 34 includes the suggestion that everyware may allow more of us to relax: See also this article by Francesca Cedor.

Greenfifld makes an interesting point: And to what extent are the designers aware of the power they control? But does it happen with other endeavours? As Greenfield comments in Thesis But when… sensors and databases are networked and interoperable… it is a straightforward matter to combine them to produce effects unforeseen by their creators.

From my perspective as a designer I would want to see that ethos promoted in universities and design schools: Ross Anderson has explored this in great depth. The more recent press reports about the Georgia Tech device make pretty clear that the real intention presumably the most aeam is to use it arbitrarily to stop members of the public photographing and filming things, rather than the other way round.

Jacques Grreenfield would have thought the opposite, I think, in that keeping people out of these states as much as possible is what provides a better measure of state control. He described the desired state as one of constant stress, where the impulse to act is constant and constantly stifled, except where desired by the state.

Rousing such populations to concentrated political action protest, war is much easier to do when they are already grenfield edge and looking for a sanctioned outlet than trying to build adzm fervor from a calm state of mind. Menu About me Projects Publications Imaginaries Lab at Carnegie Mellon danlockton on Twitter Search.

Everyware as mass mind control enabler In a—superficially—less contentious area, Thesis 34 includes the suggestion that everyware may allow more of us to relax: Thank you 13 October,


Known as The Archimedes Palimpsest, the manuscript is a Byzantine prayer book from the 13th century which was assembled using pages. Soon after Heiberg’s encounter with the Archimedes Palimpsest, it disappeared. It eventually reappeared in at an auction of antiquities, where it was. Birth: About BC in Syracuse, Sicily (At the time it was still an Independent Greek city-state). Death: or BC in Syracuse. His age is estimated to be.

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The Archimedes Palimpsest is a parchment codex palimpsestwhich originally was a 10th-century Byzantine Greek copy of an otherwise unknown work of Archimedes of Syracuse and other authors.

It was overwritten with a Christian religious text by 13th-century monks. All images and scholarly transcriptions with metadata archimeres now freely available on the web at the Digital Palimpsest, now hosted on OPenn [2] and other web sites for free use under the Creative Commons License CC BY. Archimedes lived in the 3rd century BC and wrote his proofs as letters in Doric Greek addressed to contemporaries, including scholars at the Great Library of Alexandria.

These were first compiled into a comprehensive text by Isidorus of Miletusthe architect of the Hagia Sophia patriarchal church, sometime around AD in the then Byzantine Greek capital city of Constantinople.

A copy of this text was made around AD, again in the Byzantine Empire, by an anonymous scribe. This was a period during which the study of Archimedes flourished in Constantinople in a school founded by the Greek mathematician, engineer, and former archbishop of Thessaloniki, Leo the Geometera cousin to the patriarch.

This medieval Byzantine manuscript then traveled to Jerusalemlikely sometime after the Crusader sack of Constantinople in The parchment leaves were folded in half and reused for archimeedes Christian liturgical text of pages; the older leaves folded so that each became two leaves xrchimedes the liturgical book.

The palimpsest remained near Jerusalem through at least the 16th century at the isolated Greek Orthodox monastery of Mar Saba. At some point before the palimpsest was brought back by the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem to their library the Metochion of the Holy Sepulcher in Constantinople. Palimpsedt Biblical scholar Constantin von Tischendorf visited Constantinople in the s, and, intrigued by the Greek mathematics visible on the palimpsest he found in a Greek Orthodox library, brought home a page of it.

This page is now in the Cambridge University Library. In the Greek scholar Papadopoulos-Kerameus produced a catalog of the library’s manuscripts and included a transcription of several lines of the partially visible underlying text.

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When Heiberg studied the palimpsest in Constantinople inhe confirmed that the palimpsest palimpsesg works by Archimedes thought to have been lost. Heiberg was permitted to take careful photographs of the palimpsest’s pages, and from these he produced transcriptions, published between and in a complete works of Archimedes. Shortly thereafter Archimedes’ Greek text was translated into English by T. Before that it was not widely known oalimpsest mathematicians, physicists or historians.

Sometime between and the palimpsest was acquired by Marie Louis Sirieix, a “businessman and traveler to the Orient who lived in Paris.

Stored secretly for years in Sirieix’s cellar, the palimpsest suffered damage from water and mold. In addition, after disappearing from the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate’s library, a forger added copies of medieval evangelical portraits in gold leaf onto four pages in the book in order to increase its value, further damaging the text.

Sirieix died inand in his daughter began attempting quietly to sell the manuscript. Unable to sell it privately in she finally turned to Christie’s to sell it in a public auction, risking an ownership dispute.

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The plaintiff contended that the palimpsest had been stolen from its library in Constantinople in the s. Simon Finch, who represented the anonymous buyer, stated that the buyer was “a private American” who worked in “the high-tech industry”, but was not Bill Gates. At the Walters Art Museum in Baltimorethe palimpsest was the subject of an extensive imaging study from toand conservation as it had suffered considerably from mold. This was directed by Dr.

Toth Associates, with Dr. Palimpaest Quandt performing the conservation of the manuscript.

A team of imaging scientists including Dr. Christens-Barry from Equipoise Imaging, and Dr. Keith Knox then with Boeing LTS, now retired from the USAF Research Laboratory used computer processing of digital images from various spectral bands, including ultraviolet, visible, and infrared wavelengths to reveal most of the underlying text, including of Archimedes.

After imaging and digitally processing the entire palimpsest in three spectral bands prior toin they reimaged the entire palimpsest in 12 spectral bands, plus raking light: The team digitally processed these images to reveal more of the underlying text with pseudocolor. They also digitized the original Heiberg images.

Reviel Netz of Stanford University and Nigel Wilson have produced a diplomatic transcription of the text, filling in gaps in Heiberg’s account with these images. Sometime afterone owner of the manuscript forged four Byzantine-style religious images in the manuscript in an effort to increase its value. It appeared that these had rendered the underlying text forever illegible.

Uwe Bergman and Bob Morton to begin deciphering the parts of the page text that had not yet been revealed. The resulting light beam has characteristics that make it ideal for revealing the intricate architecture and utility of many kinds of matter—in this case, the previously hidden work of one of the founding fathers of all science. In Aprilit was announced that a new text had been found in the palimpsest, which was a commentary on the work of Aristotle attributed to Alexander of Aphrodisias.

Most of this text was recovered in early by applying principal component analysis to the three color bands red, green, and blue of fluorescent light generated by ultraviolet illumination. Will Noel said in an interview: But then something even more extraordinary happened. The transcriptions of the book were digitally encoded using the Text Encoding Initiative guidelines, and metadata for the images and transcriptions included identification and cataloging information based on Dublin Core Metadata Elements.

On October 29,the tenth anniversary of the purchase of the palimpsest at auction all data, including images and transcriptions, were hosted on the Digital Palimpsest Web Page for free use under a Creative Commons License[15] and processed images of the palimpsest in original page order were posted as a Google Book.

The Secrets of Archimedes”. The most remarkable of the above works is The Methodof which the palimpsest contains the only known copy. In his other works, Archimedes often proves the equality of two areas or volumes with Eudoxus ‘ method of exhaustion, an ancient Greek counterpart of the modern method of limits.

Since the Greeks were aware that some numbers were irrational, their notion of a real number was a quantity Q approximated by two sequences, one providing an upper bound and the other a lower bound. If you find two sequences U and L, with U always bigger than Achimedes, and Qrchimedes always smaller than Archjmedes, and if the two sequences eventually came closer together than any prespecified amount, then Q is found, or exhaustedby U and L.

Archimedes used exhaustion to prove his theorems. This involved approximating the figure whose area he wanted to compute into sections of known area, which provide upper and lower bounds for the palim;sest of palimpsrst figure.

He then proved that the two bounds become equal when the subdivision becomes arbitrarily fine. These proofs, still considered to be rigorous and correct, used geometry with rare brilliance.

Later writers often criticized Archimedes for not explaining how he arrived at his results in the first place. This explanation is contained in The Method. The method that Archimedes describes was based upon his investigations of physicson the center of mass and the law of the lever. He compared the area or volume of a figure of which he knew the total mass and center of mass with the area or volume of another figure he did not know anything about.

He viewed plane figures as made out of infinitely many lines as in the later method of indivisiblesand balanced each line, or slice, of one figure against a corresponding slice of the second figure on a lever. The essential point is that the two figures are oriented differently, so that the corresponding slices are at different distances from the fulcrum, and the condition that the slices balance is not the same as the condition that the figures are equal.

Once he shows that each slice of one figure balances each slice of the other figure, he concludes that the two figures balance each other. But the center of mass of one figure is known, and the total mass can be placed at this center and it still balances. The second figure has an unknown mass, but the position of its center of mass might be restricted to lie at a certain distance from the fulcrum by a geometrical argument, by symmetry.

The condition that the two figures balance now allows him to calculate the total mass of the other figure.

Inside the Archimedes Palimpsest

He considered this method as a useful heuristic but always made sure to prove the results he found using exhaustion, since the method did not provide upper and lower bounds.

Using this method, Archimedes was able to solve several problems now treated by integral calculuswhich was given its modern form in the seventeenth century by Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz.

Among those problems were that of calculating the center of gravity of a solid hemispherethe center of gravity of a frustum of a circular paraboloidand the area of a region bounded by a parabola and one of its secant lines.

For explicit details, see Archimedes’ use of infinitesimals. When rigorously proving theorems, Archimedes often used what are archumedes called Riemann sums. He then bounds the area of each section by the area of an inscribed and circumscribed cone, which he proves palimosest a larger and smaller area correspondingly.

He adds the areas of the cones, which is a type of Riemann sum for the area of the sphere considered as a surface of revolution. Some pages of the Method remained unused by the author of the palimpsest and thus they are still lost.

In Heiberg’s time, much attention was paid to Archimedes’ brilliant use of indivisibles to solve problems about areas, volumes, and centers of gravity. Less attention was given to the Stomachiona problem treated in the palimpsest that appears to deal with a children’s puzzle.

Reviel Netz of Stanford University has argued that Archimedes discussed the number of ways to archimsdes the puzzle, that is, to put the pieces back into their box.

No afchimedes have been identified arcuimedes such; the rules for placement, such as whether pieces are allowed to be turned over, are not known; and there is doubt about the board. The board illustrated here, as also by Netz, is one proposed by Heinrich Suter in paimpsest an unpointed Arabic text in which twice and equals are easily confused; Suter makes at least a typographical error at the crucial point, equating the lengths of a side and diagonal, in which case the board cannot be a rectangle.

But, as the diagonals of a square intersect at right angles, the presence of right triangles makes the first proposition of Archimedes’ Stomachion immediate.

Rather, the first proposition sets up a board consisting of two squares side by side as in Tangram. Modern combinatorics reveals that the number of ways to place the pieces of the Suter board to reform their square, allowing them to be turned over, is 17,; the number is considerably smaller — 64 — if pieces are not allowed to be turned over.

The sharpness of some angles in the Suter board makes fabrication difficult, while play could be awkward if pieces with sharp points are turned over. For the Achimedes board again as with Tangram there are three ways arxhimedes pack pzlimpsest pieces: But the key to these packings is forming archkmedes right triangles, just as Socrates gets the slave boy to consider in Plato ‘s Meno — Socrates was arguing for knowledge by recollection, and here pattern recognition and memory seem more pertinent than a count pali,psest solutions.

The Codex board can be found as an extension of Socrates’ argument in a seven-by-seven-square grid, suggesting an iterative construction of the side-diameter numbers that give rational approximations to the square root of two. The fragmentary state of the palimpsest leaves much in doubt. But it would certainly add to the mystery had Archimedes used the Suter board in preference to the Codex board.

However, if Netz is right, this may have been the most sophisticated work in the archimexes of combinatorics in Greek antiquity. Either Archimedes used the Suter board, the pieces of which were allowed to be turned over, or the statistics of the Suter board are irrelevant. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Method of Mechanical Theorems. University of Pennsylvania Libraries.

Archived from the original on 21 February Archived from the original on 19 February Archived from the original on 8 August The Story of the Archimedes Manuscript”. The Archimedes PalimpsestVol. Catalogue and Commentary; Vol. Images and Transcriptions, Cambridge University press,


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