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08:28:39 <cpressey> <cpressey> You can combine distributions in various ways, but you have to keep normalizing the result so that it sums to 1, and that is a buzzkill, algebraically speaking <------ I had a thought late last night that make me seriously question this.  Of course, I don't know if I should trust that thought.  But I need to investigate this again.
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08:48:59 <cpressey> Instead of making sure the result sums to 1 always, can we not let the result sum to whatever (positive) value n, and divide by n only when necessary?  And our operations that combine probabilities would also have to combine n's.
08:49:17 <cpressey> s/result/distribution/
08:59:07 <cpressey> The two operations I care about are AND or OR, naturally.  For AND you multiply probabilities.  To extend it to this should be easy: it's just multiplying fractions instead.  Really, just another way of looking at the numbers you're multiplying.
08:59:36 <cpressey> OR is a little more involved, I need to go look it up
09:01:48 <cpressey> P(A∪B)=P(A)+P(B)−P(A∩B)
09:04:06 <Taneb> That AND assumes the probabilities are independent
09:04:23 <cpressey> I'm happy with getting something that works with only independent probabilities
09:04:57 <Taneb> OK
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09:17:51 <cpressey> It sort of came from stuff I was doing with Markov chains, and every transition in a Markov chain is independent.
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09:45:25 <cpressey> OK, I see where my thinking is wrong
09:51:39 <cpressey> It doesn't matter whether you normalize the probability to 1 or whether you maintain it as a ratio.  It doesn't change the fact that there are a number of laws that multiplication of ratios doesn't obey.
10:00:56 <cpressey> If we arbitrarily say that AND is min and OR is max, then we get more laws, and we can form a distributive lattice, even.  But these operations don't correspond with anything in practice.
10:01:49 <cpressey> But I think that is not a showstopper for my purposes.  It would be nice if they corresponded with something in practice.  But it's not critical.  I'd rather have the lattice
10:13:22 <cpressey> This does raise the question for me, of what does it mean intuitively, to apply min and max to probabilities, which is a bit vexing.  But I can try to ignore that
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10:22:37 <cpressey> Well, OK, it means "as least as probable that", doesn't it?  Flipping a coin and getting heads is as least as probable as rolling a 1 on a 6-sided die.  min() and max() are, like, picking one of the two events based on a ranking, rather than combining them to form a new probability.
10:24:38 <cpressey> s/a ranking/their rank according to their probabilities/
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11:10:50 <Europe2048> Hi everyone! If I made yet another IPA esolang, will it be cell-based or stack-based?
11:11:47 <Europe2048> Should it be turing-complete or not?
11:12:00 <Europe2048> Will it be based on another esolang or not?
11:19:22 <cpressey> Europe2048: In this context, soes IPA mean International Phonetic Alphabet?
11:19:28 <cpressey> *does
11:19:33 <Europe2048> Yes.
11:21:06 <cpressey> Europe2048: Thanks.  Re your questions, I don't know if I can give you any answer besides "Follow your heart".
11:21:52 <Europe2048> cpressey: So you can't give me an answer for yourself?
11:23:36 <cpressey> Well, I've never made an esolang based on IPA, so I can't say.  I did design one where every program element was pronounceable, years and years ago, but I shelved it.  I don't clearly remember what its semantics were, I'd have to dig it up and puzzle over it.
11:23:58 <Europe2048> Some other people made IPA esolangs too!
11:24:40 <cpressey> Actually, I believe one of the attributes of standardized FORTH was that every symbol had a standardized pronounciation
11:25:26 <cpressey> You don't want some programmers saying "dupp" and others saying "doop", do you.  Makes debugging over the telephone harder than it needs to be.
11:26:49 <Europe2048> To fix that problem, I'll make a sound for each example program.
11:30:30 <Europe2048> Also, I'll also make sure every program is pronouncable in my esolang.
12:05:27 <Europe2048> Anyone?!
12:09:50 <int-e> doop dee dup
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13:06:34 <Europe2048> Hello, int-e!
13:14:06 <Europe2048> ANYONE?!!?!?!??!?
13:18:53 <Taneb> Are cell-based and stack-based the only two options?
13:33:01 <razetime> not really.
13:33:14 <razetime> you'll find a lot more if you try a little bit.
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13:34:26 <Europe2048> Hi razetime, should I make an IPA esolang?
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13:39:36 <razetime> you should make whatever you like.
13:40:18 <razetime> it doesn't matter if it's unoriginal. we have a lot to go around. just make something.
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15:46:43 <Europe2048> Hi everyone!
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15:57:26 <river> hello
16:04:49 <Europe2048> Hi river!
16:04:55 <Europe2048> Should I make an IPA esolang?
16:04:59 <river> yes
16:05:17 <Europe2048> Would it be cell-based, stack-based, or something else?
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16:55:44 <arseniiv> int-e: finally got my hands on Tres Undos, some funny moments there
16:58:24 <Europe2048> Hi, arseniiv!
16:58:43 <Europe2048> If I made an IPA esolang, would it be cell based, stack based, or something else?
16:59:45 <arseniiv> Europe2048: well if that’s IPA, it won’t be of any justice to not make it phonetics-based in some way. Stacks and tapes are too mundane for that
17:00:27 <Europe2048> So you're saying it should be cell-based?
17:00:44 <arseniiv> so one’d better investigate computational capabilities of human articulatory system, of course, why should it be cell-based
17:01:34 <Europe2048> So you're saying it should be stack-based?
17:01:43 <arseniiv> creaky voice can be a source of computational units, then oral-nasal distinction can be used for branching
17:03:29 <arseniiv> Europe2048: no it shouldn’t. What makes you believe that
17:03:31 <arseniiv> (I’m just curious a bit how it all works)
17:04:08 <arseniiv> also, lateral consonants are of utmost importance, moreso lateral affricates
17:04:10 <Europe2048> Just say cell- or stack-based already! I can't understand!
17:04:55 <arseniiv> Europe2048: I’m not keen on either, why should it be cell- or stack-based when it can be so much more, like monkey paw based
17:05:29 <arseniiv> or Yog-Sothoth based, I probably minced the name but that’s for the best
17:05:40 <arseniiv> the possibilities!
17:06:02 <Europe2048> Should it be based on conlangs or something?
17:07:17 <arseniiv> even better, Yog-Sothoth over a field of characteristic two. Can’t do spicier than that, char 2 makes all sorts of ridiculous nuisances
17:07:22 <arseniiv> or Ithkuil, yes
17:07:28 <arseniiv> (that’s a conlang)
17:07:44 <arseniiv> I’d be very pleased to look at an esolang which does Ithkuil a justice
17:08:55 <Europe2048> OK, anyways, tell me what should it be based on in particular.
17:11:30 <arseniiv> Ithkuil, bonus points for a quine which translates from Ithkuil as “this program is licenced under LGPL, MIT and CC0 and is a valid excuse to learn some Lojban in turn”
17:11:53 <arseniiv> but each valid program should be a valid Ithkuil sentence
17:12:14 <arseniiv> even more bonus points: each Ithkuil sentence is a valid program
17:12:22 <Europe2048> How can I do that? Ithkuil is literally the hardest language to learn!
17:12:38 <arseniiv> that’s where the challenge lies!
17:12:45 <arseniiv> maybe not the hardest though
17:14:05 <arseniiv> Ithkuil 3 should be simpler than Өłð Ɨṱħķüįɫ
17:14:30 <arseniiv> (which should not be mentioned by its true name either)
17:14:56 <Europe2048> Are there digraphs in New Ithkuil (2023)
17:14:58 <Europe2048> ?
17:15:39 <arseniiv> Europe2048: don’t know, sorry
17:16:34 <Europe2048> I found out that no.
17:18:28 <Europe2048> Anyways, do you mean to make an Ithkuil language?
17:41:22 <arseniiv> Europe2048: using valid Ithkuil grammar but endowing it with computational semantics, hopefully somehow related to what the original constructs mean
17:42:19 <Europe2048> "valid Ithkuil grammar" How the heck would I do that?
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20:34:09 <b_jonas> "Should it be based on conlangs or something?" => I would say no, there are already too many of those
20:34:34 <Europe2048> Hi b_jonas!
20:34:51 <Europe2048> Should I make an IPA esolang? If yes, would it be cell-based or stack-based?
20:37:45 <b_jonas> sure, but probably only if you're at least drinking age
20:38:11 <Europe2048> I'm 9...
20:38:21 <Europe2048> But I can pronounce many IPA sounds.
20:40:26 <b_jonas> do not brew ale if you are younger than drinking age. it could get you into trouble.
20:41:07 <Europe2048> "brew ale" What's ale?
20:41:49 <b_jonas> ale is alcoholic drink with low alcohol content, provided it's not brewed from grapes (because then it's called wine) or cereal (because then it's called beer instead)
20:42:12 <Europe2048> Don't you know that IPA is International Phonetic Alphabet?
20:42:27 <b_jonas> or honey (because then it's called mead instead). English is weird, why do you need so many names for spirits?
20:42:38 <b_jonas> Europe2048: no, IPA is a type of ales
20:43:08 <Europe2048> That's your opinion.
20:43:26 <Europe2048> Also, IPA for International Phonetic Alphabet is more widely used.
20:43:40 <Europe2048> I meant this definition when I said "I can pronounce many IPA sounds.".
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21:38:56 <Europe2048> Hi everyone!
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