[ExI] Vermis ex machina
mike at 7f.com
Sun Mar 1 02:36:13 UTC 2015
apologies, on re-reading, I see you already had some redundancy
factored in there, from the nematode model. However, my bet is on
much more localized connectivity in the human model. With appropriate
compression, I am sure the size requirement could be reduced a lot.
On Sat, Feb 28, 2015 at 6:10 PM, Michael Roberts <mike at 7f.com> wrote:
> If the adjacency matrix is at least somewhat sparse, it can be
> compressed a lot from there, and you can store it as a spare matrix.
>> Quoting Stuart LaForge <avant at sollegro.com>:
>>> A human brain contains 86 billion neurons, so its adjacency matrix would
>>> be 7.396 x 10^21 bits in size or roughly an exabyte.
>> Correction 7.396 x 10^21 bits is actually closer to a zettabyte. Sorry. :-)
>> Stuart LaForge
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