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|Welcome||Ersatz Systems Machine Cognition, LLC sells services, tools, software, and hardware for bivalent technology:
Method and system for the Kanban cell neuron network, US Patent 9,202,166 (issued 12/01/2015); and Method and system for prediction of time series by Kanban neuron model, US Patent 9,501,737 (issued 11/22/2016).
We license the software Meth8/VŁ4, a modal logic model checker implementing the universal logic system of VŁ4.
All software and hardware services are based on flat rate bids and prices.
The Meth8/VŁ4 modal logic model checker is shipping. A free student demo program for (p,q) is available.
Products for sale are scaled by the number of propositional variables allowed as 3, 4, and 11: $47 for (p,q,r); $97 for (p,q,r,s) and (A,B,C,D); and $147 for (p-z). Standard trade discounts apply to qualified resellers. This manifest has further scalability pricing for up to 22-propositional variables in external look up tables on a single 8.5GB CD.The current abstract and toc results of 1212 artifacts in 8613 assertions at a refutation rate 91.36% is here. This updates continuously the list of papers. A link for the current draft document of 36 MB in 2264 pages is available by email request to "firstname.lastname@example.org". (NB: email is not read from earthlink, gmail, hotmail, or MS outlook servers.)
As there are so many pre-print papers with logical errors (not scholarship but typing in TeX) on arxiv at Cornell library, a separate listing is abandoned here for the grossest of the grosser.
For status of the automatic logic coaching assistant (ALCA) code named Lorna (logically ordered, ranked, notational automation) see here.
Other products, papers, and free software source code are at the cec-services.com subsite. For example, this handy N-by-M contingency test with Fisher P in TrueBASIC source derives expected values from the observed values.