Cryptoquotient |
The Starbureiy^{@} hypothesis [abbreviated as the Cryptoquotient (CQ), or, in the context of juking, Quotient (Q)] postulates an algebraic curvature key (ack) for measuring some quotient of currency with which it is idempotent. A lemma of CQ seeks to exploit the fitness of e:e statistics [a saturated load-balancing from twistor residues].^{#} The theorem was first posed by Link Starbureiy, who, in suggesting CQ is provable, conjectured that token-based automata is ideally both kernelized and fungible.🤓 ∃ a transactor between preimaging and imaging. -- Problem: show that ¢ent homotopy is normalizable.
Notes (+): +To control compliancy. |
Overview
The Cryptoquotient always assumes current abnormalcy^{~} (ie. hyper/hypo ≠ 1). Plainly, it is a query into how much (an estimate called the crypto) of the hyper/hypo quotient is optimal (ie. MONEY)(?). In a parimutuel system, which can distribute hypocurrency (ie. cache), the hyper- (ie. credit) portion can remain (hypothetically) asymptotic* iff there exists a hash function (auction) that can bring about perpetual normalization.Situational volatility. This is because the set of fonts is infinitesimal compared to the total fibor count.
The aim is for persistent/redundant cache-credit idempotence (global cryptic hyperlinking), which [(hyper,hypo) = crypto] would be theoretically achievable with a fully secured🔐 [sequenced] payload (courtesy of Double U economics). (see also Juke Lemma, string ludology, The UUe, Starbureiy automaton, +list)
Function map: Q ... Juke Lemma → ... Pink program → y-proof