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17:58:02: <impomatic> Hi SnapFractalPop!
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18:07:26: <snapfractalpop> Hello!
18:08:20: <snapfractalpop> Is an imp ring just a bunch of imps, equally spaced? Or are they copying instructions for each other?
18:13:02: <snapfractalpop> The wikipedia article mentions that the number of arms must be relatively prime with the core size. I don't fully understand that requirement..
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18:36:13: <inversed> No, imp ring is not just a bunch of imps
18:38:27: <inversed> One ring consists of N instructions, N * ImpStep = M * Coresize + 1
18:39:17: <inversed> N processes execute in order, each one copying its instruction to the location of the next process
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