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Subject: RE: Loosemore's law (was UKNM: Fast-loading sites)
From: Paul Sanders
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 12:36:57 +0100

With reference to Steve Johnstone's contribution:

>So Loosemore is now looking less like a Metcalfe and a Moore and more
>like a Boyle. In other words in conditions with constant bytes and a
>constant opportunity for decision-making there is an inverse
>relationship between speed (S) and tolerance (T). Under ideal conditions
>then, ST has a constant value.

We should be grateful for all the designers who are exploring for us the
upper reaches of intolerance.



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