Ramesh Chandra Bagadi (Physics, Engineering Mechanics, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin)
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TRL Slating The Circle Primality In The Basis Of Any Normalized Given Aspect Primality And ViceVersa. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 17513030. Author: Ramesh Chandra Bagadi Founder, Owner, CoDirector And Advising Scientist In Principal Ramesh Bagadi Consulting LLC (R042752) 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) Universal Reach Address: U8.0 of the stated Spaces in [0] Firstly, we consider some Prime say, P(R, L) belonging to the Primality Tree of Any Given Aspect of concern, where P represents the L^{th} Prime Number of R^{th }Order Sequence Of Primes. Now, for constructing another Primality Tree Set Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to the Primality Tree of the Given Aspect of concern, we just need to replace any Prime Element (of the Primality of the given Aspect of concern), say P(R, L) by P{(R+1+x), L}, where x tends to Zero. We Normalize this thusly gotten Primality Tree Set Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to the Primality Tree of the Given Aspect of concern. This is the Primality Tree Set Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to the Primality Tree of the given Aspect of concern. We now add these two to form Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) One Step Evolved Primality Tree of the given Aspect of concern. In a similar fashion, one can form any Steps, say N Steps Evolved Primality Tree of the given Primality of the Aspect of concern by just considering Primality Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to……and so on so forth….(N times) to the given Primality of the Aspect of concern, while Promptly Normalizing the thusly gotten Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal Primalities as and when we compute them and adding them all up (including the given Aspect Primality of concern. For the given Least Count of the Circle Primality in which we wish to slate our Given Aspect Primality, after every computation of the Normalized Primality Tree Set Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to the Normalized Primality Tree of the Given Aspect of concern, and after every computation of the Normalized Primality Tree Set Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to the Normalized Primality Tree Set Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to the Normalized Primality Tree of the Given Aspect of concern, and so on so forth, after R such steps of Almost Orthogonality tunnelling, we check if the Outermost Normalized Primality Tree Set Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to it’s Previous Order, i.e., R^{th} Order Normalized Primality Tree Set Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonal to the given Aspect Primality, is Orthogonal to the Normalized Primality Tree of the Given Aspect Primality, of course within the limits of Accuracy of x. If we tend R to Infinity while x tends to Zero, the resulting Primality is Circle Primality. Example: One can form an Infinity Geodesic Primality by just changing P{(R+1+x), L) to P{(R1x), L) and tunnelling Orthogonally along such such lines t and solve the Value for x setting Outermost Almost (Just A Little Greater Than) Orthogonality Branch at say, R^{th } Order equal (by equal, we mean that their Normalized Inner Product = 1) to Innermost Almost (Just A Little Less Than) Orthogonality Branch at say, C^{th } Order, with R >>C. (See author’ Universal Theory Of Infinity). In this fashion, one can Slate Circle Primality in the basis of any given Aspect Primality. Also, computing the Inverse of this thusly Slated Circle Primality gives us the Aspect Primality Slated in Terms of the Circle Primality. Needless to mention, a keen reader with sufficient inertia of comprehension of the concepts laid out by the author’s research work can elaborate the same procedure for implementing the same using Higher Order Equivalent’s of a Circle Primality, i.e., using the Primaliuty of any H^{th} Order HyperSphere. References 0. Bagadi, R. (2016). TRL The Universal Recursive Access Technology Even Through Quantum Lenses. (Universal Engineering Series).I SSN 17513030. PHILICA.COM Article number 671. http://www.philica.com/display_article.php?article_id=671 1.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. 2.http://www.philica.com/advancedsearch.php?author=12897 3.www.vixra.org/author/ramesh_chandra_bagadi
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