Sunday, December 25, 2011

Past Blast Brain Cube

Computer Brain Cube representation
Created 26 Jun 2002, 03:47 UTC modified 26 Jun 2002, 04:03 UTC

Past Blast time travels to a decade ago, way back in the year 2002 when work was underway to create a different kind of big brain with great processing power. The Brain Cube of yesteryear paved the way to the Big Brain of today.

The BRAIN-CUBE functions in n-dimensions for the greatest humanoid processing power

Parts are now garnered for the first five levels in the matrices of the BrainCube. Initial matrice coupling has been accomplished with wire interfacing, but soon to be replaced with homebuilt and designed optoelectronic phase couplers and newly built free space transportation devices - this will eliminate wires, compress the size down to a more microscopic level, and allow the introduction of light waves and lenses to replace electronic components, a plus in terms of high speed particle functioning and component elimination and reduction. 

As N dimensions are added to the modulus, the mathematics of the dynamics seem to grow exponentially. I have added a project phase to further develop N dimension mathematics, as needed. It is likely the power of N dimensional computing will initially exceed the humanoid walking parameters, but will assist in more complex functions such as vision recognition algorithms and AI retentive capabilities. 

MATRIX BRAIN CUBE - a three dimensional matrix cube supported by up to one thousand discrete optical computers (n computers) serving as a humanoid brain.

Stacking Up
How does this stack up against today's Big Brain? Favorably. The Big Brain has 100+ dimensions and fits the expansive "n" computers model nicely. The Big Brain has 100,000+ processors, ten times larger than the Matrix Brain. It's multi arrayed and paralleled, not necessarily cubed though it can be, and the processors are mix varied between Propeller cores, Propeller VPs, GPUs and not optical.