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Comment: One of the great social projects going currently (Score 2) 81 81

This project is life changing for a billion people. By the end of the decade and into the next decade its effect on Indian society and the economy will become clearly visible. Such projects have great challanges to overcome and there will be some cases of fraud but it will be on a substantially smaller scale than currently happens.

+ - Dolby founder passes away.->

Zubinix writes: Dolby was inspired during a trip to India for UNESCO during which he had to make audio recordings of several pieces of Indian music. The hiss and noise on these recordings and the challange of removing them would lead him to form a company and well you know the rest of the story...
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Comment: A know it all computer should be called ORAC (Score 1) 129 129

I like my all knowing computers to constantly remind humans of their insignificance and gross inferiority. No computer personified this more than ORAC from the 1980's British Sci-Fi "Blake's 7".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoHkaFDTiD8

and remember "modesty would be dishonesty" for such an intelligence!

+ - Ask Slashdot - Extrapolating real world performance from results of load testing 1 1

Zubinix writes: I have recently performed load testing for a client's web application and have been pondering the results and how to relate them to real world usage. The application is simple — login, enter details on a form and submit the form. It is the actual processing done on submitting the form that is interesting and has previously had performance issues. I can simulate a peak usage of 100s of browsers where the form is continuously submitted but how can I extrapolate the results of this test to thousands of users who will all on a single day submit the form once at some time through the day? What techniques statistical or otherwise do people use to determine the likelihood of the tested peak load being exceeded?

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