That's okay, Base 6 is the only really important first step here. Exponential growth DOES come into effect but it's easy enough to handle. This could POSSIBLY be run alongside the boot process on the ps3 with software (almost indefinitely with hardware), we just need a way to inject a keepalive packet for the tunnel (software)
Base 5 is additive, you take ternary + binary and assume it represents 0-4.
Base 6 is multiple, you take ternary * binary and assume it represents 0-5.
*edit: Assuming we get a function appropriate enough, we can set up a binary environment to emulate ternary conditions. (0,1) then maybe some offsets, (-1,0,1) in separate processes but under the same code.
dude, you lost me again. but if you can pull this off, it'll be amazing
My goal is to replicate a binary*ternary environment within a binary designated system. Using binary as the bootloader for the ternary "fuzzy logic" mechanism.
Granted this will give the cryptography the ability to rationalize code so that means it's dynamic but would rely heavily on ram, not so much CPU or GPU (though they help).
That about sums it up.
edit: when i see hardware related things, i understand that; software will screw with my head
Okay, well basically, we need to monitor the communications between syscalls and pay very close attention to the lag. even if it's one micro-millisecond, it's something. when we find this little lag in between the data, we know where to inject the code, it's like slipping a fiber optics camera through a crack under a door to see what's inside (thank you sam fisher lmfao).
Now I need to stress, the code on the first page still need SERIOUS development, that's only the very very beginning of it.
I can help with the math, I need someone with C++ knowledge though. Plus outside perspective never hurts.
This project is a community project. We all have a right to take part in it, regardless of experience. Any constructive opinion is a good opinion.
Sony needs to understand that we're not just a bunch of assholes trying to rip them off. If we're able to work together as a community then they'll understand we truly stand by each other. :)
This is a good, but also a harmless and peaceful way to prove a point that we're not going anywhere no matter what happens, and we mean them no ill will either. It'd basically be the biggest statement the modding community could make to the corporations that doesn't result in collateral damage like the messed up attacks on psn and the customers.