"Did computer generated 'high-entropy essays' have a life after 1968?"
Brent MacGregor, 2002.
effectively metal fermions occupy all energies with forbidden energies
therefore antisymmetrical waves form bloch waves on bose einstein statistics
effectively antisymmetrical waves fill the band in semiconductors
always atomic vibrations can be considered as work functions
on the contrary atomic vibrations are equivalent to normal coordinates and
often normal modes consist of work functions
and sometimes phonons transport energy with the velocity of sound
therefore electrons are propogated with the velocity of sound
but in all cases phonons interact via electron-phonon interactions
originally Lorentz explained solids using classical arguments
before 1901 Lorentz explained solids on Holtzman statistics
a long time ago Lorentz made poor assumptions mathematically
in 1895 Brioullin suggested the theory of conduction
in the 20th century Brioullin tackled the problem relativistically
in the 20th century Debye considered solids by quantization
High-Entropy Essays were part
of Cybernetic Serendipity at the ICA, London, 1968 along with
Hardly anyone remembers High-Entropy Essays now. This is a sad thing.
They are the forerunner of all the computer
that have tried to pass as human-authored. However, Mendoza's
subterfuge was quickly discovered. This happened about 1962.
Mendoza tells the
might also be interested to know the origin of this work.
Professor Flowers (no less) had a theory
students never actually learned any real ideas; all they learned
was a vocabulary of okay words which they strung
in arbitrary order, relying on the fact that an examiner
pressed for time would not actually read what they had written
would scan down the pages looking
for those words...The end point was when a colleague from another
me some first year examination papers
a week or so before the exam, and I wrote suitable vocabularies
copied down what the computer emitted... the script was slipped in
among the genuine ones. Unfortunately it was marked
a very conscientious man who eventually
stormed into the Director's office shouting "Who the hell is this man,
why did we ever
him? So perhaps Professor Flowers' hypothesis was incorrect."
COMPUTERIZED HAIKU. They are frankly bogus physics essays.
The original program is lost. Mendoza published some of the
High-Entropy Essays. He also published a flow chart of the program.
This is what I used when I came to program my version. However, these two (mine and his) groups of
essays differ slightly.
When I have time I'll try to reverse-engineer Mendoza's essays to work
back to how he made them.