I've been noticing that several new technologies (SSDs, integrated batteries, etc.) are using wear-leveling algorithms but I've never actually seen one; is there a model or set of nicely arranged equations out there?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm trying to find a general method that can be applied to a wide range of discrete systems and can adapt to dynamic change. The first thing that jumps to my mind is to use equations from thermodynamics then apply them in to a changing and somewhat random system, but I wondered if there was some other avenue I hadn't seen.

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# Algorithms For Change In Dynamic Discrete Systems

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