Running and Cloning an Experiment

A prerequisite for either running or cloning from Colab is having a Google Account. If you have Gmail you presumably have a Google Account. They say:

Every Google Account comes with 15 GB of storage that’s shared across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos.

But there won’t be any permanent changes made to your Google Drive.

Running an Experiment in Google Colab

Experiment Eleven

Dr Owen’s Cipher Method Millet Article Guide Words Key Words Sherman Overview | Article With Most Detailed Description of the Word Cipher 1895 BACONIANA Sherman, P. J. – Dr. Owen’s cipher S2 9 Apr 1895 p.36 | 44/246 Millet Outer | The Article Text to Enclose Mr. Millet’s Concealed Statement J.B. Millett, “Dr. Owen’s Cipher Method,” in Baconiana, vol. Ill, no. 9, April, 1895, pp. 94-95, 96-97. Millet Inner | The Key to Mr. Millet’s Concealed Statement J.B. Millett, “Dr.

Experiment Four

Create a “cipher-sniffing” mini-application to recognize and visually highlight the rectangular regions of any First Folio page where the (still-encoded) Biformed Alphabet is present.

Experiment One

Use a pre-existing encoding of one specific page from the First Folio (1623) to reveal the message steganographically hidden there.

Experiment Two

Use Computer Vision to read digital facsimiles of historic documents and recognize individual letters of the alphabet, and their cryptographic variants.

Experiment Three

Attempt to repurpose the 1916 Riverbank Classifiers as the source of our set of 96 Biformed alphabet glyphs for Template Matching.

Experiment Five

We put forward a Programming Challenge to good-with-math code-savvy naysayers!

After selecting Connect to Google Drive:

Select your Google Account:

Choose Run All from the Runtime menu.

This spinning-up begins, and takes a while. System messages report progress.

Then the program actually runs.


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