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Bagadi, R. (2016). TRL Universal Relative Solution Finding Scheme Based On Instantaneous Arbitrary Local Causality R-Dimensional Snap-Shot. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030. PHILICA.COM Article number 694.

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TRL Universal Relative Solution Finding Scheme Based On Instantaneous Arbitrary Local Causality R-Dimensional Snap-Shot. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030

Ramesh Chandra Bagadiunconfirmed user (Physics, Engineering Mechanics, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin)

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TRL Universal Relative Solution Finding Scheme Based On Instantaneous Arbitrary Local Causality R-Dimensional Snap-Shot. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030.

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TRL Universal Relative Solution Finding Scheme Based On Instantaneous Arbitrary Local Causality R-Dimensional Snap-Shot. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030.

Author:
Ramesh Chandra Bagadi
Founder, Owner, Co-Director And Advising Scientist In Principal
Ramesh Bagadi Consulting LLC (R042752)

Madison, Wisconsin-53715, United States Of America.

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Firstly, we should note that Our Perception and Analysis Scheme is mainly based on the Principle of Associational Referencing. (Blue Star). Therefore, firstly, we consider the main Aspect of Associational Referencing, such as ‘Name’. This can be considered as the First Order Associational Referencing Aspect. We then slate the Primality of ‘Name’ and then add to this Primality, the Immediate Next Level Primality Orthogonal to the Primality of ‘Name’. The Primality gotten thusly is the Primality of the Second Order Associational Referencing Aspect, for which we can find the appropriate ‘Word’ of concern. In the same fashion, we repeatedly find (consecutively) all the necessary Higher Order Associational Referencing Aspects to Exhaustion (by Exhaustion, we mean to a Level of Highest Order such that Our Control Answer is obtained for the Control Question of concern). We now check for the Attribute Answer for  each of the Associational Referencing Aspect in the Instantaneous Causality Snap-Shot of concern and note them in a respective fashion commensurate with the Order of the Associational Referencing Aspects. We now form a Sentence String of Words of these Associational Referencing Aspect’s Attribute Answers arranged in a respective fashion commensurate with the Order of the Associational Referencing Aspects they correspond to.

We now find the Primality of the Question of our concern and slate the thusly found Associational Referencing Aspect’s Attribute Answers Sentence in the basis of the Complementary Primality (Answer Primality) of the Question Primality of concern. This gives us our Answer Primality of concern. For our Control Question, if our Control Answer is not met, after every Integral Order corresponding to the Immediate Next Level (Order) Orthogonal Primality addition, we need to Find Scaled Fractional Order Primality {corresponding to Fractional Order Recursion (Intelligence) Primality characteristic of the Question of concern, the Scheme to be recursively updated with respect to the Question of concern}.

Now, one can even get better Answers, if we use better Associational Referencing Aspects than Name, such as the Initial Condition Aspect that is the Pre-Cursor of the Name, The Axiom of Existence and Non-Existence (for the Current Universe in which the Causality Aspect Snap-Shot is taken) that is Pre-Cursor to the aforementioned Initial Condition Aspect which is the Pre-Cursor of the Name etc, and so on so forth, up to as many Universes that are available for Tunneling to the best of our such aforementioned Tunneling Ability.

Te same can be Implemented other Variants (Evolved and Devolved) of Blue Star, i.e., Associational Referencing Concept Aspect.

One can also consider an Instantaneous Arbitrary Local Causality K-Dimensional Snap-Shot and Implement the aforesaid.

Example: One can Find ‘The Scheme Of Natural Memory Embedding’ using the aforesaid ‘Universal Relative Solution Finding Scheme Based On Instantaneous Arbitrary Local Causality K-Dimensional Snap-Shot’.

Example: One can also use the aforesaid ‘Universal Relative Solution Finding Scheme Based On Instantaneous Arbitrary Local Causality K-Dimensional Snap-Shot’ to Retrieve the ‘Knowledge And Experience(s) From The Human Gene Chromosomes’.

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