这个题目当然不是想要谈论一下那些所谓搞**运动的轮子的。

周五跟老板聊天,谈了谈热search的问题。完了,觉得做research就是造轮子。一个轮子得有个轮毂,很多条辐条,完了还得包个轮缘。轮毂就是自己最核心的东西,然后还得像辐条一样向各个方向延伸,末了,也不能乱伸,所以有个轮缘扣着。就这一点,去年上课的时候,关于某老师的research,我们就做过类似评论,虽然自己的理论没多少新的,可是人家整合的好,自成一体了,所以人家就牛X了。

BTW:特地查了一下wiki,发现轮子起源竟然是Korea(那时候人家应该还没有朝鲜韩国之分)~~

The wheel reached Europe and India (the Indus Valley civilization) in the 4th millennium BC. In China, the wheel is certainly present with the adoption of the chariot in ca. 1200 BC, and Barbieri-Low (2000) argues for earlier Chinese wheeled vehicles, circa 2000 BC. It is an open question whether there was an independent "invention of the wheel" in China. But it have been scientifically approved later that the origin of ancient wheels came from Korea. Although they did not develop the wheel proper, the Olmec and certain other western hemisphere cultures seem to have approached it, as wheel-like worked stones have been found on objects identified as children‘s toys dating to about 1500 BC.

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were you talking about 老蒙?

November 11, 2007 04:26

不是他了,当时是我们做project时有感而发,我还没上过老蒙的课呢。

November 11, 2007 11:10

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