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Tuesday, March 27, 2001
BURN-Proof Special Lecture -2-


Dr. Yumika who is familiar with UM Doctor software will deliver the detailed commentary on BURN-Proof technology irregularities:

"....You might think that no gap at all is much better than the error correction. So, I would like to make additional commentary.

The natural gap and error correction feature can be likened to the dust in the air and the lungs of animate beings. Ideally, we would like to have pure air, but since we don't live in a perfect environment, our lungs have the capability to deal with impurities. As is the case with this, CDs allows some level of dust because drives have an error correction to deal with this dust. (The excellent error correction feature allows the disc maker to produce low cost discs.) If the link part of BURN-Proof is likened to the lungs, the link part of BURN-Proof is not like an environment with the dust-filled air but like a comfortable office environment..."



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