Intelligent Automatic Optical Storage Last updated on 2014/2558 10 8, a full moon day;
Hotswappable Recovery Algorithm; Assume that instruction fetching vector is from Left to Right; X, Y, Z represent optical storages, computing, and logic ...; Notice that AI rules on (R3 AND R6); This will help to develop AI based automatic recovery system semiconductor design, hardcore/softcore algorithms, and ...; And, this can pin point real time failure of any of X, Y, Z, ...; In 2004, while residing in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, this logical algorithm is invented. Also see: Materials; Transistor;
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In electron based SiO_{2} with basic Boolean logic mode
TIME  G  R1  G  R2  
T1  T  AND  T  T  AND  T  T  
T2  T  AND  T  T  AND  F  F  
T3  T  AND  F  F  AND  T  F  
...  F  AND  T  F  AND  F  F  
F  AND  F  F  AND  F  F  
F  AND  F  F  AND  T  F  
F  AND  T  F  AND  T  F  
T  AND  F  F  AND  F  F  
R1  G  R2  R3  
T  OR  T  T_{a}  
T  OR  F  T_{b}  
F  OR  F  F_{c}  
F  OR  F  F_{d}  
F  OR  F  F_{e}  
F  OR  F  F_{f}  
F  OR  F  F_{O}  
F  OR  F  F_{P}  
X  Y  R4  G  R5  
T  XOR  T  F  XOR  T  T  
T  XOR  T  F  XOR  F  F  
T  XOR  F  T  XOR  T  F  
F  XOR  T  T  XOR  F  T  
F  XOR  F  F  XOR  F  F  
F  XOR  F  F  XOR  T  T  
F  XOR  T  T  XOR  T  F  
T  XOR  F  T  XOR  F  T  
R4  G  R5  R6  
F  OR  T  T_{g}  
F  OR  F  F_{h}  
T  OR  F  T_{i}  
T  OR  T  T_{j}  
F  OR  F  F_{k}  
F  OR  T  T_{l}  
T  OR  F  T_{q}  
T  OR  T  T_{r}  
T_{N1}  
T_{N} 

While CRC, if parity bit signal indicates error, and then "assuming f1, f2, f3, ..., fn1, fn are files, and w stands for WRITE"; Also see: Oracle's ASM
for X  for Y  for Z  
Yf1  ←_{w1}  Xf1  
Zf2  ←_{w2}  Xf2  
Yfn1  ←_{wn1}  Xfn1  
Zfn  ←_{wn}  Xfx 
Prompt to Hotswap X Hotswap storage X Swap to reWRITE w1, w2, wn1, wn Goto CRC 
Prompt to Hotswap Y Hotswap storage Y Swap to reWRITE w1, w2, wn1, wn Goto CRC 
Prompt to Hotswap Z Hotswap storage Z Swap to reWRITE w1, w2, wn1, wn Goto CRC 
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In plasma based optical computing with heterodyne mode, for Asimo programmers only
heterodyne X = a b where a's Hz > b's Hz
heterodyne Y = a + b where a's Hz > b's Hz
nonheterodyne Z = c where ((c's Hz > a's Hz) AND (c's Hz > b's Hz))
Since X, Y are heterodyned, there is no F "XOR behavior" for X and Y
Thus,
if ((Ta = TRUE) AND (Tg = TRUE)) all optical X, Y, Z are normal, and then hotswap calls ...
if ((Fe = FALSE) AND (Fk = FALSE)) all optical X, Y, Z are fail, and then hotswap calls ...
if ((Tb = TRUE) AND (Fh = FALSE)) optical Z fails, and then hotswap calls ... to hotswap Z
For advance optical engineer only: Develop d nonheterodyne/dx heterodyne, d nonheterodyne/dy heterodyne, and vice versa ... ;
For Asimo Ukon level engineer only: Solve noise parameter's random vector in mathematical solution while pinpointing global minima energy, global maxima energy, ... [For nama development of humanoid robotic recognition, reasoning, ...];
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Hint for my Seiko kinetic quartz watch, this pin pointing technique can be used and assigned to any minima X, Y and global minimum Z where Cartesian x1, x2 boundaries in X axis at temperature T for a material: probability of changing temperature between x1, and x2 p = min(1, e ^{((E2E1)/kT)} ), Also see: Metropolis Algorithm; Note: this is not suitable for optical computing, however number ...
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Remark: USA MYANMAR NET provides/allows this pin pointing technique for further scientific testing purposes with/without computing type architectures. Formula?
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