Sunday, August 03, 2003


Consistency can either be good or bad. Being consistently bad at something means you're not improving at all, but being consistently good means you are always good at what you're doing. I don't know whether I can accept the fact that I will continue to improve - there is an upper bound on everything. (yes, I just wrote my Digital Control Applications final this afternoon) To draw an analogy from the exam today, a stable system (referring to us), given a bounded input (finite amount of effort and time), the output is always bounded. This agrees with what I believe in - there is a certain 'plateau' I hit, sorta like my 'talent bound'.. I simply cannot achieve more than my upper bound.

So I would have to say that my performance on the exam today was.. consistent.

Sorry for the rambling. I have been stuck in the library from 8am-3am everyday for past week, and sometimes when I procrastinate I think too much. :P

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