Yep, still ready. And don't forget about the prize, for the winner,
namely a collection of famous papers from the theory of information!
From my previous email:
> It's "Key Papers in The Development of Information Theory", published
> by IEEE Press, in 1973. (2nd hand but good condition).
> Flipping through it now, and I have to say it's pretty cool.
> Some papers it contains:
> + A mathematical theory of communication (C.E. Shannon)
> + On binary communication over the Gaussian channel using feedback with a peak energy constraint
> + Exponential Error Bounds for Erasure, List, and Decision Feedback Schemes
> “This Google+ thing is totally going to make Buzz look like Wave.” —
Noon Silk | http://dnoondt.wordpress.com/ >
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of being this signature."
Yup still good to go.
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Okay, well nevertheless, let's go ahead with the competition and in
the worst case, if it is only me competing, I'll declare myself the
winner and we can move on to new things.