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Note: most of the discussion of this pair of articles - including debate on which name is better, is at

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AC Software Program[edit]

There's a link (Proposed mechanisms for AC implemented by computer program: absolutely dynamic systems) in the Consciousness (artificial) article to a web page that contains a link to http://tkorrovi.sourceforge.net/di32bin.exe, I downloaded, installed and ran this program on my PC running Windows XP. It loaded without error. I read the associated .rtf document but I'm afraid there is no functional description or user guide for the operation of the program, so it is not clear to me what it can do or what it is supposed to do. Matt Stan 22:41, 16 Mar 2004 (UTC)

Matt, sorry, there is no user guide yet. I tried to gather information from various forums etc to my AC forum. You may look at "AC discussion" at AC forum http://tkorrovi.proboards16.com/index.cgi?board=general&action=display&num=1062781241 where I tried to summarize a discussion at ai-forum with Rob Hoogers, Ribard et al- There is another discussion at the beginning, but in the end is how I explained this program to Rob Hoogers. If it would be helpful, different people may have different things what are hard to understand for them, so I think that there can be complete user guide only after explaining it to many people and making faq from these conversations. tkorrovi

And read the link page http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/database/2/ also carefully, there is also some useful information about the program. It implements exactly the mechanism what is the result of derivation. tkorrovi

Christopher Nolan[edit]

The link to Christopher Nolan is to the wrong Christopher Nolan. See [1]. The synopsis of the book Under The Eye of The Clock, taken from amazon, is: A book originally published in 1987 about a handicapped child, Joseph Meehan. It tells of Joseph's fight to escape the restrictions and confines of his existence inside a broken body. The book is largely autobiographical.

Question: what is the wikipedia convention for disambiguating aritcles about two people who have the same name? Matt Stan 22:41, 16 Mar 2004 (UTC)