Transfinite Memory Dumps (Part 1)

These dumps are larger than any finite memory dump and contain all of them inside (see the definition of a transfinite number). Think about them as a variant of the Library of Babel where all possible memory snapshots of your Windows or Linux PC are stored including Googol dumps. If you have some code then all possible code defects are there too. An interesting question then arises. If this dump is collected what kind of patterns we can see there? Are these patterns extrapolated infinite versions of finite patterns or there come new ones specific to transfinite computations? More on this in the next parts.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ DumpAnalysis.org -

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