An Experimental Quasi-Glossary Of Simulations Plus, Machine Learning And Biology

So I’m researching fiber optics companies which means every three seconds I’m googling “wavelength selective switch”, and then googling some more because nowadays Wikipedia seems to be written by and for technical specialists, and eventually I come across a source that says something like: “a variable color filter.” Different “colors” of light are shot by lasers down hair-thin threads of glass. Each color carries its own separate message. And the glass terminates in variable switches that block all but the one color they need at the moment. The other thing that got me thinking about glossaries – besides being annoyed at 10-K’s for not having them – is Richard Feynman. This Nobel Physicist wrote up ~150 pages worth of basic physics back in 1963, and it’s still being read 53…


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