Interesting! 2.5769087.10^43 bits/kg*m is the fundamental limit to the amount of information that a system of given size and weight can contain. This means that there is a fundamental limit for the capacity of my phone.
In physics, the Bekenstein bound is an upper limit on the entropy S, or information I, that can be contained within a given finite region of space which has a finite amount of energy—or conversely, th...
Today we released the first prototype of the "Human Language Compiler". This is a natural language translator based on ideas from programming language compilers, i.e. unlike many other translators we use formal grammars. The prototype supports translation between any pair of the supported eleven languages and it works completely offline. As far as I know this is the smallest such translator. The total size of the application is 23Mb. There is still a lot to be done. Primarily there are many errors and holes in the dictionaries. However, in the open-source spirit we decided to release earlier rather than never (i.e. when it becomes perfect).
If you have an unsolved research problem, try to take an overnight train to the next conference or project meeting. This will give you the peace and the concentration that you need for solving it. My trip to Utrecht was quite fruitful. Now we seem to have fast and robust GF parser .
The source code for tnhe parser is in folder src/runtime/c in the GF repository. The parsing grammar is lib/src/english/ParseEng.gf. You will need also the statistical model. Once you compile the sources remind me and I will send you the model.