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Using time to define space domain

  1. May 3, 2009 #1
    So I created this storage container object for a program I need to write for C++.

    In applying my way to store data in a single 2dimensional array I came across a weird connection, and after trying to connect the dots I find myself trying to represent what I can only describe as the domain of... space?

    check out the picture, there's a lot I packed into it.

    The process is I have two different objects that = a third derived object

    In the picture to the left you will see three files of the same name and type being viewed at the same time.
    Notice that neither one of them are being treated the same by the computer. That because this area is treated different by each by the computer

    . The third being blown up picture with the faulty data.

    The graph of that data set shown abstracted contains an axis with 0 input to all values, but if you zoom in and look at the graph closely you will see that a line of values is projected (I had it modified to dash to show dynamics)

    The better part is you can put whatever you want into it.

    Figure out how a hard drive does that.

    I'm still worried I'm missing something, but with a relatively small class in C++ I can create a container to store and process infinite data as well as in the picture I isolated "SPACE" which hypothetically a rogue agent of my class could use as memory while it processes any data it can. This could continue until the class a) found what it was looking for or b) until enough manipulation of the data took place that it could use the data.

    note: this is only truly valuable and not just memory filling recursion if
    a) you have an infinite domain
    b) you know how to manipulate the data being stored

    Because I can manipulate computers I put the value "Index - n" where 0 <= n; n+;
    In this case I manually output the expected results to a table.

    Look at the graph and all of the values = n, except for the "Abstract" line, which has my value(which is referenced to n) and a constant. The constant defines a plane where I can store, retrieve, manipulate, and reconstruct data.

    While I have the math and the code written down, but I would like for someone else to give me an explanation of what I did.

    http://thegadfly.us/trinity.png [Broken]
    Last edited by a moderator: May 4, 2017
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