An abstract on the theory and application of a universal archetype computer by Bradley S Tice
The monograph will examine the nature and development of a computer that has as the fundamental structure the systematic addition of like character types in a sequential fashion from the input of a sequential string of characters. The characters are of a universal nature based on integers and defined by traditional Arabic numerals for the sake of tradition that are weighed with minimal semantic value aside from being opposite of the other characters in the sequential string. Both random and non-random sequential strings are used as input with both finite and infinite state machines being the 'universal' component of the common feature of this computer system.
The trait of data compression is realized by a notation that notes the initial character in the input sequential string and compresses like natured characters to that specific character type with the information of the number of additional like characters compressed being noted at the same time.
De-compression of this type of data information duplicate the original sequential string type of character and numerical position as both a sub-group of the like natured characters' sequential string, as well as the total input sequential string made up of the other sub-groups.
B.S.Tice February 2012
An introduction to a proto-type computer system that employs at the fundamental level a property addition of sequentially similar character types into compressed form for storage and the de-compression to its original position and character type format.
A Summing Engine 8
Finite State Machine 11
Infinite State Machine 15
Universal Attributes 18
A New Computing System 21
About the Author:
Dr. Tice is the CEO and Institute Professor of Chemistry at Advanced Human Design located in The Central Valley of Northern California U.S.A. Dr. Tice is, or has been, a member of the A.C.M. , I.E.E.E., S.I.A.M., I.M.S., A.M.S. and is a Fellow of The Royal Statistical Society.
We are extremely grateful to Dr Bradley S Tice for this unpublished manuscriptDate : February 2012
Creator : Dr Bradley S Tice
Format : Bound
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