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    Angel algorithm

    From 8 calculus to 7, 7 ^ 21 to find the fact that there is no or one repetition from 0-7, 7^20 so we will win one bit.
    here is the test:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel2020fly View Post
    From 8 calculus to 7, 7 ^ 21 to find the fact that there is no or one repetition from 0-7, 7^20 so we will win one bit.
    here is the test:
    yet another idea that compresses enwik8 100MB to less than 1KB, go implement the decompressor and win hutter price

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    I had a compressor in MSDOS times that was to compress anything to a pair of kbs. That was 35 years ago?

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    "rm -rf anything" compresses anything to 0 bytes. Nobody has written a decompressor yet, but I suppose that's not a problem. After all, compression is more important than decompression, isn't it?

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    nope,i dont think so.if you can compress sure can reverse and decompress ?if you comress the data then can't decompress that's mean the data is useless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obama View Post
    nope,i dont think so.if you can compress sure can reverse and decompress ?if you comress the data then can't decompress that's mean the data is useless.
    Just a little sarcasm... or is it? *Vsauce voice*

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowcat View Post
    Just a little sarcasm... or is it? *Vsauce voice*
    i don't sarcasm poeple , i just told him what i had done and my experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obama View Post
    i don't sarcasm poeple , i just told him what i had done and my experience
    Sorry, I mean #4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piotr Tarsa View Post
    "rm -rf anything" compresses anything to 0 bytes. Nobody has written a decompressor yet, but I suppose that's not a problem. After all, compression is more important than decompression, isn't it?
    well, perhaps, very smart AI could use the current datetime and some small file metadata to accurately enough produce decompressed stuff..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pklat View Post
    well, perhaps, very smart AI could use the current datetime and some small file metadata to accurately enough produce decompressed stuff..
    Actually, to compress anything, you only need a date, location... and a time machine to go back in time just before you hit enter on this 'rm -f ...' command.

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    Test Angel_1.0.0.5 compression:
    Size:
    Before 3072 Bytes after 3066 Bytes
    Time: 2 minutes
    Speed: 30 Bytes/s
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    Last edited by Angel2020fly; 4th August 2019 at 15:21.

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    Angel_1.0.0.6
    fixed errors about zeroes.
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    Last edited by Angel2020fly; 4th August 2019 at 22:01.

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    Wink

    6 bytes is too small indeed.

    I sometimes laugh at my attempts too on "random data compression". My own gr32.c program was supposed to do random, and recursive--got somehow sidetracked--so it compresses only very small like Angel's. But--it was designed at a time when i had maybe (perhaps) very good enough understanding of compression theory, only giving "clues" for others. See the Miscellany page of my compression site below, which is good only for beginners, in 2008. The programs are in C only. I just included gr32 here.

    https://sites.google.com/site/datacompressionguide/

    gr32 will correctly compress and decompress.

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    Remove errors
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    Size
    Before 3072 Bytes after 3071 Bytes
    Time: 2 minutes
    Speed: 30 bytes/s
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    Link: https://github.com/pjmidgard/Rexx-Software?files=1
    Rexx program

    1. Install Regina
    2. Double click
    3. Type name of the file.

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    Angel_1.0.0.2
    compression algorithm:
    squeezes even mirrors
    the mirror moves and compresses when it finds information, throwing it away and write through how much it was.
    Test:
    size:
    Before 3072 Bytes after 3049 Bytes
    Time 4minutes
    Speed 12 Bytes/s
    Last edited by Angel2020fly; 7th August 2019 at 12:36.

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    angel compression





    Angel

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    4 Rexx software
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    6 1. Install Regina
    7 2. Double click
    8 3. Type name of




    Angel_1.0.0.2

    14 compression algorithm:
    15 squeezes even mirrors
    16 Test:
    17 size:
    18 Before 3072 Bytes after 3049 Bytes
    19 Time 4minutes
    20 Speed 12 Bytes/s
    Last edited by Angel2020fly; 7th August 2019 at 19:24.

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    Angel_1.0.0.2
    Algorithm:
    The mirror moves and compresses when it finds information, throwing it away and write through how much it was.

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    You can test my software, please.

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    Sure. But it´s possible to upload EXE of your algorithm? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompressMaster View Post
    Sure. But it´s possible to upload EXE of your algorithm? Thanks.
    Sorry, not possible because I just write software not create applications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel2020fly View Post
    Sorry, not possible because I just write software not create applications.

    Does this mean you've never compiled your algorithm to test it works? I don't think people are asking for a full blown UI archiver, but just a command line tool that reads a file and writes a file.


    New ideas are great, but until they've been demonstrated in a rudimentary tool with both encode *and decode* then they'll just get ignored. We've all had ideas which end up not working once you write the decoder side too, so this isn't simply being flippant or dismissive. Until then, it's largely wasted effort discussing them in detail, except for things like asking if anyone has tried this or that before.

    Edit: no matter, I see you provided .rexx source. Sadly I don't have that language and the program is too long to convert. A question though - does this do decompression as well as the compression?

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    Sorry, the software has errors but the algorithm is good.

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    Sorry, but you try too hard to get attention, while your posts are hard to understand, and that annoys many people (including me).
    Please stop doing that, since there were plenty of votes to just ban you.

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    I propose to do it in python.
    Continue about algorithm:
    Algorithm e.g. For 4 bits: 6-1 7-0 start 0 other 10 ends 11.
    Last edited by Angel2020fly; 7th August 2019 at 23:41.

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    algorithm mirror

    Disturbing information. The mirror moves and compresses when it finds (F) information, throwing it away and write through how much it was. F change to 0 and 0 to F. E.g. For 4 bits: 6-1 7-0 start 0 other 10 ends 11.

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    Can I chance my vote to deleted and ban now ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel2020fly View Post
    Disturbing information. The mirror moves and compresses when it finds (F) information, throwing it away and write through how much it was. F change to 0 and 0 to F. E.g. For 4 bits: 6-1 7-0 start 0 other 10 ends 11.
    This not spam.
    This algorithm work.

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    @Angel2020fly:
    Please post in this thread. Another thread like this in "Data compression" and I'm deleting your posts and account.
    ...Or learn to write posts that don't look like spam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelwien View Post
    @Angel2020fly:
    Please post in this thread. Another thread like this in "Data compression" and I'm deleting your posts and account.
    ...Or learn to write posts that don't look like spam.
    But you move away from my topic

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