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Title: RE: whopping great chains (=63!!!)
Consider two documents. They are both created by
piecing together 'chunks'
selected from a small underlying text. In one
case it is an English document
the chunks are English words taken from an English dictionary. In the
the chunks are selected randomly with a window moving
page. In the first case the choice of selection is dictated by
meaning, and in the second it is random. But how do you tell
can't prove the English one wasn't created with the window technique; you
have to allow different window sizes and accept an improbable (but
choices for window positions.
similarly cannot prove the random one has no meaning....
P.S. The bug I found was introduced for the
last experiment only. Apologies again.
P.P.S I think it is vital to bear in mind
at all times that over 6000 of the 8700 VMs
only once in the whole manuscript.