Pavement and Floor Carpets

As I was walking on the pavement of the Hall of Fame, THE SECOND TIME (doing things twice),

to the international conference of mathematical computer sciences,

I wondered how many pavement stones would fit into a cat-walk of a given size.

When I went home to calculate this, behind my P.C. , I Projected this question to the

P.C.-Screen. That makes the question : how many WINDOWS (= Rectangles) could

fit on a (P.C.-) Screen, with a predefined size.

The following question is a challenge for the sister of Eugene Kaspersky, and all other

mathematical specialists (Bill Gates, for instance) :

GIVEN A SCREEN OF PREDEFINED SIZE, WITH A FEW (PARTIALLY OVERLAPPING)

WINDOWS (= Rectangles) ON IT, WHAT IS THE BEST SCREEN-LOCATION TO

PLACE A __NEW__ WINDOW ('BEST-FIT'), provided that the window-handle is

NOT lost by the windows API-32 enumeration function due to a popped-up

message-window, THAT IS, TO PLACE THE NEW_WINDOW ONTO THE SCREEN-

LOCATION WITH THE MAXIMUM 'EMPTY SPACE'.

Off course, in the old days of the I.B.M. D.O.S. operating system, this question was

not relevant at all, because of the primitivity of the operating system, and the

simple and small screens.

However, nowadays, this question becomes more and more relevant because of the

screens that grow bigger by day, and because of the fully graphical interface off course.

A special commision is doing a huge research on this moment if things works that way too

with the LINUX operating system used on PERSONAL COMPUTERS.

If so, then it will have huge consequenses for the near future..

most probably, an independent new system will be developed by another kind of mathematical

specialists. The old system will completely be BY-PASSED.

Holy cow, where the hell can I parc my car ?