The Future of Computer Programming
My recent series of posts on the brain and universal invariant recognition got me to thinking about Project COSA again. Back in October of last year, I wrote a six-part article titled COSA: A New Kind of Programming. In it, I described a simple master/slave control mechanism that is the main approach to designing parallel COSA applications. One of the things that I should have emphasized at the time is that a COSA application is organized like the brain’s memory, i.e., like a tree. In other words, there is a hierarchy of control. I wrote a brief article about this last year called Parallel Computing: Command Hierarchy but I would like to expand on this very important aspect of COSA application design in an upcoming article. Before I do that, I want to publish the New Kind of Programming series one more time over the next few days because I believe that this is the future of computer programming. Hang in there.
COSA: A New Kind of Programming, Part I
How to Solve the Parallel Programming Crisis