Ramesh Chandra Bagadi (Physics, Engineering Mechanics, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin)
Published in engi.philica.com Abstract TRL Rectifying And/ Or Rigging Of Any Aspect Primality Of Concern To Perfection. (Universal Engineering Services). ISSN 17513030.
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Ramesh Chandra Bagadi
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TRL Rectifying And/ Or Rigging Of Any Aspect Primality Of Concern To Perfection. (Universal Engineering Services). ISSN 17513030. Author: Ramesh Chandra Bagadi Founder, Owner, CoDirector And Advising Scientist In Principal Ramesh Bagadi Consulting LLC (R420752), Madison, Wisconsin53715, United States Of America. Email: rameshcbagadi@uwalumni.com Permanent Home Address:MIG905, Mithilapuri Colony, VUDA Layout, Madhurawada, Visakhapatnam 530 041, Andhra Pradesh State, India. Telephones:+919440032711, +917702721450, +918912501619 (Land Line) 1.For anygiven Aspect of concern, we find the Primality of it using author’s [1],[2] and [3]. We now slate the thusly found Entire Aspect Primality of concern in terms of a SubSet of some distinct (possibly, but not necessarily) Higher (>=1) Order Sequence Of Primes which starts from its beginning. Now, this is a Single Primality Tree Branch that represents the Entire Primality of concern. We now check for any Discreteness (of Prime Metric Bases of the aforementioned some distinct (possibly, but not necessarily) Higher Order (<=) Sequences of Primes) in this Primality Tree Branch (in the interval between the Beginning Smallest Basis Element and the Largest Basis Element of the thusly Slated Single Primality Tree Branch) and we fill in the blanks appropriately. 2.If the computed Aspect Primality has some Repeating Elements, we then find for each Once Repeating Elements, Twice Repeating Elements, Thrice Repeating Elements, ,…, and so on so forth upto N times Repeating Elements, a corresponding respective Single Primality Tree Branch {that is a SubSet of some distinct (possibly, but not necessarily) Higher Order Sequence Of Primes (which starts from the beginning and goes along up to the largest element of the thusly Slated Single Primality Tree Branch)}. We now check for any Discreteness (of Prime Metric Bases of the aforementioned some distinct (possibly, but not necessarily) Higher Order (<=) Sequences of Primes) in these Primality Tree Branches (in the interval between the Beginning Smallest Basis Element and the Largest Basis Element of it’s respective Primality Tree Branch) and we fill in the blanks appropriately. 3.Now, after putting up the Entire Aspect Primality Tree together again (after having filled in the necessary blanks), for each of the Primality Tree Branches (inclusive of the Main Stem Branch) of the thusly updated and filled Aspect Primality Tree, we Slate the Set comprising of the Largest Elements of Each Primality Tree Branch (inclusive of the Main Stem Branch) as a SubSet of some distinct (possibly, but not necessarily) Higher Order Sequence Of Primes. We now check for any Discreteness (of Prime Metric Bases of the aforementioned some distinct (possibly, but not necessarily) Higher Order (<=) Sequences of Primes) in this Set (in the interval between the Beginning Smallest Basis Element and the Largest Basis Element of it’s respective Primality Tree Branch) and we fill in the blanks appropriately. Any Repeating issues can be dealt with as detailed already. 4.Furthermore, for each of the Primality Tree Branches (inclusive of the Main Stem Branch) of the thusly updated and filled Aspect Primality Tree, we again Slate the SubBranch Emanation Points form a branch as a SubSet of some distinct (possibly, but not necessarily) Higher Order Sequence Of Primes. We now check for any Discreteness (of Prime Metric Bases of the aforementioned some distinct (possibly, but not necessarily) Higher Order (<=) Sequences of Primes) in this Set (in the interval between the Beginning Smallest Basis Element and the Largest Basis Element of it’s respective Primality Tree Branch) and we fill in the blanks appropriately. Any Repeating issues can be dealt with as detailed already. Or, alternately, considering all of the Primality Tree Branches (inclusive of the Main Stem Branch) of the thusly updated and filled Aspect Primality Tree, we again Slate all the SubBranch Emanation Points Position Elementsto form a SubSet of some distinct (possibly, but not necessarily) Higher Order Sequence Of Primes. We now check for any Discreteness (of Prime Metric Bases of the aforementioned some distinct (possibly, but not necessarily) Higher Order (<=) Sequences of Primes) in this Set (in the interval between the Beginning Smallest Basis Element and the Largest Basis Element of it’s respective Primality Tree Branch) and we generate the SubBranches (Completely, from this point to the smallest Possible Basis along this SubBranch) appropriately. Any Repeating issues can be dealt with as detailed already. 5.Our Holistic Complete Primality Tree of the Aspect of concern is now ready for use. We can also refer to this as the Galaxy Primality Of the Aspect Concept of concern. Also, in this fashion, one can Roughly find the Primalty of any Aspect by simply using the Verbose of the same [4]. References: 1.Bagadi, R. (2016). Primality Tree Of Any Given Set. PHILICA.COM Article number 631. http://www.philica.com/display_article.php?article_id=631 2.Bagadi, R. (2016). Recursive Calculation Of Elements Of Sequence Of Fractional Any Higher Order Primes Using Total Combinational Uncertainty. ISSN 17513030. PHILICA.COM Article number 653. http://www.philica.com/display_article.php?article_id=653 3.Bagadi, R. (2016). TRL Recursive Quantization Scheme For Any Aspect Primality Of Concern. HyperPrimality Computation. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 17513030. PHILICA.COM Article number 654. http://www.philica.com/display_article.php?article_id=654 4.See authors Research Papers on Primality Engineering at 5. Below 5.http://www.philica.com/advancedsearch.php?author=12897 6.www.vixra.org/author/ramesh_chandra_bagadi Information about this Article This Article has not yet been peerreviewed This Article was published on 5th August, 2016 at 04:56:11 and has been viewed 685 times. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License. 
The full citation for this Article is: Bagadi, R. (2016). TRL Rectifying And/ Or Rigging Of Any Aspect Primality Of Concern To Perfection. (Universal Engineering Services). ISSN 17513030.. PHILICA.COM Article number 662. 
