Tuesday, October 2, 2012

GMM Genius Molecular Microscope Diagram

Graphic showing operation of the GMM Genius Molecular Microscope

Operational Elements of the Genius Molecular Microscope

This is a list of GMM Microscope parts and functions

0A - Big Brain Supercomputer
0C - Microscope Amplifier Cascader
01 - Specimen Preparatory Unit
02 - Hot Pre Processor
03 - Baseline Detector
04 - Focus
05 - POS XY-Z
06 - Baseline Attenuator
07 - Stepping Processor
08 - 724 Processor Stage
09 - Software
10 - Stage Calculator
11 - MAG on Top Unit
12 - VW
13 - Data Optionator
14 - Post Processor
15 - Post Processor Features
  • Capture Processor
  • MAG Adjuster
  • Intensifier
  • Definitionizor
  • Antinoiser
  • Exponentiator
  • Booster
  • Sharp Attenuator
  • Matter
  • Broad Highlighter
  • Shadow Amp
  • Levelizer
  • Saturizer
  • Vignetter
  • Hot-Cold Equalizer
  • Exposer
  • Contrasting Set
  • Straightener
  • Enlarger
Definitions and Descriptions of Parts & Features

0A - Big Brain Supercomputer  The Big Brain Supercomputer is the driving force behind the DMM with hundreds of computer processors that do microscopy processing in real time.

0C - Microscope Amplifier Cascader  The Microscope Amplifier Cascader is the next most important part of the microscope. It provides a cascading stage which produces the secondary phase of specimen amplification. This is determined, i.e. based on multiples of two, the end result of magnification can reach above one million. In Cascation, for example, a 100X PPD is amplified electronically by repeating indicated multiples of two, from which the exponentiation can reach a count typically between 10 and 20. This creates viewing results of 100x2^10 - 100x2^20 X' where X' is the Resultant. The GMM can amplify the subject hundreds, thousands and millions of times. To achieve this high level, multiple programming is required in levels. Typical Resultants can produce image magnifications from 10,240 to above one million (10,485,760 for example). The Resultant is prepared for the VW and the settings parameters are recorded. 

01 - Specimen Preparatory Unit  The Specimen Preparatory Unit is the method, means, device, and/or process that prepares the specimen for viewing.

02 - Hot Pre Processor  The Hot Pre Processor is the device to establish the baseline reference for processing. It's very important to obtain the highest quality baseline reference or the final magnification will be limited.

03 - Baseline Detector  The Baseline Detector establishes the injection of data or no data to the GMM. If data is available, the process can carry on. If data is no available, then it must be produced. Generally a 100X baseline is established.

04 - Focus  Focus Stage is set during the acquisition of specimen data to ensure the best point at which the light rays converge.

05 - POS XY-Z  This is the positioning stage for moving the specimen in the X and Y directions. The Z direction is the effectual movement of the specimen in the up/down plane. The GMM uses Effectual-Z to achieve up/down positioning. Effectual-Z is realized by the size increase (up) or size decrease (down) parameters.

06 - Baseline Attenuator  The Baseline Attenuator sets and establishes the baseline as dependent on the data

07 - Stepping Processor  A processor that steps through stages, each stage progressively builds upon the previous stage

08 - 724 Processor Stage  The 724 Processor Stage takes into account the number of processors dedicated to the processing aspects of the GMM.

09 - Software  Software represents the programs in the various stages that operate inside the Big Brain supercomputer when executing microscopy processing.

10 - Stage Calculator  The Stage Calculator determines the number of stages and then determines the exponential of twos with a given base 10 or base 100, then concludes the MAG

11 - MAG on Top Unit  The MAG on Top Unit is a finalization magnification place on the top of the sum total of magnification stages. For example, if the sum total MAG is one million, and the MTU is 5X, the total MAG will calculate as five million.

12 - VW  VW is the viewing window. It shows the various MAG stage levels and the final MAG result.

13 - Data Optionator  The Data Optionator comes into operation at the beginning of the microscopy cycle and determines the type of data to be input into the GMM. It provides the option to select the type of data and the type of pre processing.

14 - Post Processor  The Post Processor finalizes processing towards the end of the GMM procedures. The Post Processor is an Optimizer.

15 - Post Processor Features  Applies a number of post processing algorithms to the various or final stage(s)

  • Capture Processor  The Capture processor encompasses special software to obtain and save data processing results at any position along the stage processing.
  • MAG Adjuster  Sets/determines mag level for any given stage
  • Intensifier  Increases image intensification
  • Definitionizor  Increases image definition
  • Antinoiser  Machine to reduce and eliminate stage noise
  • Exponentiator  determine/set image exponents for a given MAG
  • Booster  Boosts the data automatically
  • Sharp Attenuator  Attenuates the sharpness of the stage
  • Matter  Material which is level processed
  • Broad Highlighter  Amplifier which attenuates a higher baseline
  • Shadow Amp  Amplifier which attenuates the lower baseline
  • Levelizer  Device adjusts levels of object
  • Saturizer  Applies greater saturation to spectral
  • Vignetter  Introduces vignetting to obfuscate peripheral data
  • Hot-Cold Equalizer  Purely sets object temperature
  • Exposer  Exposer modifies to a greater or less IE
  • Contrasting Set  Imposes an increase or reduction of gamma
  • Straightener  Takes data in the train & applies straightening
  • Enlarger  The Enlarger increases the MAG of the stage
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