Posts Tagged ‘conference publications’

1988 IMACS World Congress In Paris, France

July 22, 2014

In 1988, I presented my third article on my personally
funded research at the IMACS World Congress In Paris,
France. I performed my computer simulations on
my personal Heathkit H89 computer.

I have attached a scanned copy of this thee page article to
this post. I was on vacation. My employer assisted with
the travel costs.

Please may I remind you that companies and organizations do
not make discoveries and inventions; Individuals do. May I
encourage you to turn off the TV set and work on your own
personal research project.

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1988 IMACS World Congress In Paris, France

January 20, 2014

In 1988, I presented my third article on my personally
funded research at the IMACS World Congress In Paris,
France. I performed my computer simulations on
my personal Heathkit H89 computer.

I have attached a scanned copy of this thee page article to
this post. I was on vacation.  My employer assisted with
the travel costs.

Please may I remind you that companies and organizations do
not make discoveries and inventions; Individuals do.  May I
encourage you to turn off the TV set and work on your own
personal research project.

Paris_Article_1988-1_no_address

Paris_Article_1988-2

Paris_Article_1988-3

1991 IMACS Symposium MCTS Casablanca relocated Lille, France

December 13, 2013

In 1991, I presented my fourth article on my personally
funded research at the IMACS Symposium MCTS Casablanca
relocated Lille, France.  I performed my computer
simulations on my personal computer.

I have attached a scanned copy of this five page article to
this post.

Please may I remind you that companies and organizations do
not make discoveries and inventions; Individuals do.  May I
encourage you to turn off the TV set and work on your own
personal research project.

Lille_Article_1991-1_no_address

Lille_Article_1991-2

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The Experimental Process — Any One Can do It!

September 17, 2013

Many years ago, there was the HeathKit company.

It had for sale various electronics kits.

They sold amateur radio, television, instrumentation kits.

I bought my first personal computer from them.  It was a Heathkit H89.

That computer was the beginning of my personal research effort.

This computer resulted in three overseas conference publications.

I have never taken any course in software engineering or electronics.

I have learned everything through an extensive experimental effort.

Would you believe it if I told you that every person knows how
to experiment.

No! Let me show you that it is true.

As soon as a baby gains enough strength to roll over and get his
tummy off of the floor, he crawls around and gets into things.

What does he do with them?  He puts them in his mouth.

Did you ever think that a baby’s mouth is his best instrument at birth?

It has to be! Otherwise he won’t be able to eat.

You are not a little green guy from outer space.

You were once a baby. When you started to crawl, you put things
into your mouth.

Therefore, you basically know how to experiment.

I rest my case.