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xxxxx Product Specification

Released October 2007

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Fig.1: Incoding Rules [Peter Halley]

General Description:

xxxxx_at_piksel:/2007/ is a third generation development of xxxxx events, with a 12 hour performative specification presenting a high throughput of collaboration.

Structured processes are made available for description, and interpretation within an "active making-in-the-world" implementation.

Construction potential is shared between invited international participants arrayed in logical shift partitions, each allowing for full participant interface [see Pin Assignments] and programmer access.

The shift pattern allows for the clear display of foreground-background activity and the incorporation of a range of interrupt responses [see Interrupts].

Output is decoded within a final specified act after the elaboration of all core and peripheral material, operating within a JIT model of internal compilation.

Subsequent text provides more detail on the xxxxx controller family, registers, instruction set, interrupts and shift timing.

xxxxx timing:

The three load groups:

Symbolic operationMnemonicComments
HardwareFL12:00-16:00
InterfaceWO16:00-20:00
SoftwareVI20:00-24:00

xxxxx registers:

The first shift comprises two compatible modules. Jessica Rylan commences elaboration of the hardware (internal) audio representation of chaos. RFID (in)compatible feature set is expanded according to Ludic Society Pitstop interrupt workshop.

WO mnemonic (World as Interface) instructions embed the easter egged transcriptions of Roman Kirchner, Yunchul Kim, and Olaf Val. Side effects include raising volcanic noise floor according to local EM presence.

Potential exterior interface [see block diagram] by way of data bus is described by actors Otto Roessler and Bruno Marchal with useful symbolic operations as conspiracy, cruelty, and framing.

Within a pipelined model the third load group commences execution of previously compiled modules according to assembled viral instructions and pornographic code operations. Tatiana Bazzichelli, Shu Lea Cheang, Paulo Cirio, and Stewart Home apply absolute maximum ratings.

Interrupts:

The three shift groups accomplish transfer and exchange through fast response interrupt sequences implemented by continuous life-coding potential [see openness]. Procedural versatility is accomplished by way of simultaneous prompts for background-foreground processing throughout the event. Comprehensive embedded look-up tables enable fast final execution of internal, tail recursive code bases.

Test Conditions:

Saturday November 17 2007, 12:00 - 24:00

USF Verftet - Georgernes Verft 12, 5011 Bergen Norway.

0-10ÂșC Light-to-moderate winds. Some rain expected.

Ordering Information:

Piksel CPU: With thanks to Gisle Froysland and all at BEK, Bergen, Norway.

For further information and discussion please join mailing list at:

https://www.bek.no/mailman/listinfo/xxxxx

Codes:

& For Military Orders, refer to the Military Section + Available soon.

Glossary:

CPU: A Central Processing Unit (CPU) defines programmability and execution. The CPU is a precise location within which program instructions are interpreted. Manufactured as a single unit, the CPU is commonly known as a microprocessor. Early iconic designs include the Arthur C. Clarke prototype (1968) and Intel's early industrial model (1970).

Easter Egg: An embedded, hidden message or feature within contemporary hardware and software, accessible outside the usual means of usability and examination (see Reverse Engineering).

Interrupt: An asynchronous signal from hardware indicating the need for attention or a synchronous event in software indicating the need for a change in execution. Interrupts allow for multitasking.

Lookup Table: Rather than performing a live process, a lookup table can be used to provide the results, under certain conditions, of an equivalent pre-determined procedure.

Pornography: Mode of philosophising in the boudoir. Equally describing economies of simulation and objectification within a field of programming potential (see Military use).

Recursion: Self reference within code. Tail recursion defines a special case special case where the last operation of the function is a recursive call.

Register: A small storage space readily accessible within the confined space of the CPU. Such space can be undocumented as to location and function.

RFID: Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is a method of identification, discernment and embedded tagging, relying on the remote storage and retrieval of data (see Leibniz's Principle of the Identity of Indiscernibles).