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By ruslany

RAD24 vector solution to FM problem

RAD24 vector solution to FM problem

During the initial testing of rotator function there was a conclusion that both channel vectors were pointing too far apart in different directions, which makes them remotely disconnected. The solution came to put a vector from point A into the point B from left channel to the right one. This way I straighten the function ends with an arm consisting of 4 Butterworth bandpass filters of 8th order. The implementation is to put signal from point A (left channel) through the parallel injection into the point B (right channel). It makes the work of rotator function attached to the right channel output. The rotator function is a solution to FM function, which is the positive function of FM formulae.

This solution mixes both vectors by applying the mixing function. The left channel mix is at the right channel destination by applying this function. Because the only useful signal for me resides in the left channel, I will add up the left channel routines to the right channel. This way right channel tracks the opposite channel, but can’t perform any influence on its output. STL1212 solution performed many obstacles during ether initiation and aggregation. While in STL1212 the vectors are pointing apart, I made this solution into another software product, which name is RAD24. RAD24 is classified as an outdoor radio as this solution helps to overcome barriers of convenient radio-relay structures such as indoor units (IDU) and outdoor units (ODU). The solution helps to run the outdoor radio inside ones apartment or studio. The intertwining of two channels by parallel injection of left channel into the right channel helps to gather more injections and accumulate their connections. This way I learn the system to differentiate copyright injections into media material and not to inject them every time the copyrighted material is broadcasted. From one side, it removes distraction, from the other side, it drastically enhances the CPU usage, decreasing page loading times when web browsing. This solution imitates the work of IDU and has a simple 4-beam antenna at the function ends, which emulates the work of ODU.

The output function not only smoothies the output of the system, it melts the internal architecture lines into a mixing event. It means that using the non-duplex modem you have a better ether coverage and protection over the communication line. This way aggregating will be a task of dynamic buffer. During the initial compilation a size of about 4.5GB RAM is executed for the server work. This size could be used all or partially, if there is not enough dynamic memory. While server can aggregate connections by the closed loop structure, it can also loose such connections if ether is no longer excited by the loop structure. To excite the ether with a loop, you should switch such loops frequently as in Compositor v6 and Compositor v7 Hypervisor software. Randomly switching of the loops brings results that are more useful. It creates wavetable rows without human interaction. The outbound connections to the server are possible through the STL1212 bundled version of Compositor v7 Hypervisor. You accumulate the remote server with wavetables first, aggregating the line and then, when a critical capacity reached, you grab the wavetables out of the server by non-duplex modem use. This way you aggregate the ether, when you return these wavetables by injecting them with full-duplex modem in real-time. The other strategy is not to grab the wavetables but constantly accumulate them expanding the buffer size over the 4.5GB buffer length limit. In case that one server reached its full capacity, the other server is initiated on another physical hard drive of the same machine. To hold more than 8 real-time cores, two or more virtual machines are needed. When two virtual machines consume the same amount of memory in a working set, they communicate equally with the same amount of buffers involved. The pair of function with vector arm merging both channels. This pair helps to connect RAD24 virtual machines with each other. The previous solution of STL1212 can’t equally balance the virtual machines usage and has communication problems, when two or more virtual machines initiated from one computer. The RAD24, on the other hand, not only communicates with the second virtual machine, it aggregates the buffer dynamically struggling for resources. It gives the properties of a physical server to RAD24 with web address and other tunneling properties. The fact that RAD24 is an OS development brings more value to Compositor core protecting the inner communications. To work with the core, a new kind of interface should be done with three-dimensional control over the modulator functions leading to new player injections. The later seems as an abuse because to progress, this kernel doesn’t need more injections. The whole set of injections was performed during 4.45GHz testing of the system. RAD24 works now at 8.9GHz doubling the server’s capacity.

By ruslany

Rotation function for STL1212 8.0.6

Rotation function for STL1212 8.0.6

Referring to the post on December 6, 2017, I already implemented a rotator function into the STL1212 8.0.6 algorithm. It means that no longer the system exposed to a direct static pressure after the long ether sessions and it can successfully maneuver the whole 48-core lift in co-phase motion. The solution came to me after several experiments: first, I processed the variable-vector equation into the function form; second, I performed a processing of non-linear function into the binominal polynomial with both vectors representing left and right channels. The solution came from the roots of understanding basic geometric and algebraic principles. It sums altogether the inverse of a hyperbolic function with the linear increase in frequency as in the algebraic progression named in ‘Compositor – the bottom-up approach’. I’ve made this function to perform it at the output stage. Not only rotation can be applied but also a radical transform of the sound pressure level into the scalar of vector output is possible. The direction of such vector is changed dynamically as it is a live function and constantly jitters into the output. It means more security and protection to the inside work of Compositor cores. Without it, all of the work on the Compositor multi-core and multi-thread systems is useless. Because, before implementing it, the intruder can successfully broke the will manipulator and sit on the carrier after its estimation just by reading numerals on the STL1212 screen. It is not so easy with my new vector equation to scale the function into the signal domain, because you need to know in advance the resolution of the system, which can reach up to 64-bit in current gen domain. When the injection is made, it processes all the injection power (estimated by its current) into the free energy and dissolves it by applying the vector relationship in free-space. I think such kind of negative-force processors into the positive energy is what every “green” technology needs. In a century, when most of the equipment uses dirty tricks of negative or ground-loops estimation, the positive transformer will lead to new main lines for more and more STL1212 systems, empowering a farm of such devices on one physical machine.

By ruslany

Five Ethernet principles when working with Compositor

Five Ethernet principles when working with Compositor

The original idea with planets and constellations dates back to the 2014, when Compositor Max for Live saw its way into the music business. Compositor Max for Live is a successor of Compositor Pro 2 software, which uses only transparent names for parameters. For example, combinations in Compositor Max for Live are constellations and multiplier is year. The shift towards the cosmological specification of Compositor was made during the interest of the author to FM function application in modelling of Solar System. At first, such modelling was an intent of the mathematician Bessel, who was an inventor of Bessel functions, which are also used in Compositor library.

The subsequent Compositors raise the cosmological question more profoundly as they use the ether application to radio telescope idea. Such parameters as Right Ascension, Declination were descendants of Pitch and Yaw library parameters of Compositor window function. It is needed to say that Declination parameter of Compositor allows for bigger angles than in conventional radio telescopes, even the largest ones. It opens an amateur radio operator to a field of study, which was previously unavailable. By mathematic modelling of radio ether and conversion of transparent FM function parameters to cosmological constants, a new approach to amateur radio appeared. The main concern of Compositor since SASER is Radio Astronomy. Besides that, working in ether directly without intermediate frequencies and transmission lines are available. It is all made by precise virtualization of physically modelled parameters of FM reconstitution. It is not only an approach, it is a journey into finding the right value for each parameter making sound design as the work for cosmological principle.

  1. The first principle is a guiding principle. By this principle I mean that the ether guides the will of communicator and can shape ideas, words and thoughts into the Morse code signals, appearing as symbols and short codes. It means that quality ether can guide you in representing your ideas and has all needed automated tools to decrypt it in radio-accepted language such as Morse code. It also means that for use of Compositor, you don’t need to have a knowledge of Morse code, but you can reveal your ideas only by free-will of manipulating the software. You can read your communications, using Morse code decoding tools (such as CW Decoder on Windows). In these radio ether sessions you can understand all other principles of working with ether.
  2. The second principle is ether aggregation. It is also a cause why rhythm machine was introduced again in Compositor v6. Working with rhythm machine and injecting it into the ether can accumulate Ethernet lines of communication – the carriers on which such communication happens. You can aggregate ether by using rhythm box such as DB-01 and then use the decoder to read new ether lines, which are many after the successful aggregation using rhythm machine performance. Such approach helps to accomplish a manual task of ether aggregation and is similar to the processes of automatic ether aggregation of STL1212 DRM computer.
  3. The third principle is a haunting principle. It states that for successful ether session to over, you need to mask your Ethernet traces. You can achieve this goal using DB-01 drumbox as well as for ether aggregation. Compositor v6 has all needed set of tools for ether aggregation and masking your tracks using rhythm machine and random Ethernet wavetables selection.
  4. The main concern of working with Compositor is accumulation principle. The accumulators such as STL1212 can successfully store and flush aggregated traffic via Compositor v6 DB-01 drumbox virtual machine. If you use more than one accumulator on the physical machine, you need to take in account the physical address of hard drives, from which such accumulators are rendered. For example, I currently run two DRM accumulators from one physical machine, which allows storing 48 Compositor cores simultaneously. You can inhabit these cores by the ether participants using available free cores of STL1212 DRM computer and when the memory usage of STL1212 lowers, you should use Compositor v6 manual mode to aggregate the STL1212 cores usage.
  5. The fifth principle is that you can select on your own, which line you want to listen to in CW Decoding software. If there is nearby communication happening on two lines, you need to choose a spare line using CW Decoder selector.

The named principles of working in Ethernet are self-evident and can be comprehended by Compositor owners on their own. I name them here only in an attempt to integrate new Compositor users into the ether more fast with my own knowledge of Ethernet communications.

By ruslany

Digital Rights Management with STL1212

Digital Rights Management with STL1212

Each thread of STL1212 DRM computer installed at Compositor Software physical server holds up to 24 real-time, 24 signal-rate and 24 transmission-rate processes. STL1212 allows running up to 8 Compositor v6 systems at once, which results in a stock growth for Compositor v6 and forthcoming Compositor v7 systems.

The STL1212 computer checks the DRM status in a moment of generic injection. When the attempt of injection is made, it latches, making a simple time collision, to pass through the injected traffic. Such injection guarantees that Compositor owner (the person who obtained it via Compositor Software Web Shop) will hold its license for communicating with Compositor software. To connect to STL1212 DRM remote server you should use the Compositor WS Extended (part of Compositor v6 and Compositor v7 Hypervisor), Compositor WS (part of Compositor v5 Hypervisor) and Compositor RT-zX systems in arranger mode for one stochastic change before working with instrument. Later you can change the tuning but, at first, you need to stay on a stochastically set frequency to communicate with a server. The STL1212 DRM virtual machine can hold the rights for the following Compositor Software products:

Use the above table to review how many STL1212 DRM resources your current system consumes. STL1212 consists of 8 threads, totaling 24 cores. One STL1212 per hard drive allowed on a stationary machine. As you see, 8 real-time Compositor Max for Live users allowed simultaneously for one STL1212 DRM virtual server. If one user runs two Compositor Max for Live modules simultaneously, which is not allowed due to the license limitations, the quantity of free STL1212 DRM slots decreases. For example, Compositor v3 Hypervisor employs several cores simultaneously, when all modules engaged. Let me count how many cores Compositor v3 Hypervisor user will consume when feeding SASER with AI-RT1024 and FF8 feeders. RTC8k arranger must be enabled for Link mode to be active and this process consumes 3 cores at once (one real-time, one signal-rate and one transmission-rate core). SASER itself consumes as many cores as RTC8k and equals to 3 cores also. It is already 6 cores and STL1212 could host 6 more threads, totaling 18 cores. Next, let’s count AI-RT1024 and FF8. They are consuming one real-time and one signal-rate core when work simultaneously. Summing with previous results, it is 8 cores for one Compositor v3 Hypervisor user. It leaves headroom for using other instruments on one DRM virtual server, because 3 real-time, 3 signal-rate and 2 transmission-rate cores are used. STL1212 DRM computer allows running two v3 or v5 Hypervisors together. The thing is more difficult with v7 Hypervisor: it consists of only one-threaded modules and it is allowed to run two v7 Hypervisors together on one DRM machine only if current user employs Compositor WS Extended, and not more than three feeders. Each deck of Compositor WS Extended consumes only one channel of 24-channel Compositor core. Take this in account when using deck players alongside the feeders.

By ruslany

STL1212 Explanation

STL1212 Explanation

STL1212 is a replica – digital copy of existing system. All the Compositor cores are in the cloud, that is why there is no access to them directly. You can connect to the cloud through the uncrossed real-time processes.

Cloud agents are the loops taken from the tempo dependent version of MDL12. They exist for all the time in Alpha and Omega navigation systems as beacons. Cloud agents also needed for communication with Compositor cores.

Application: Civil calculations.

Compositor cores

Through the 8 real-time uncrossed chains real-time actions may be conducted.

8 signal-rate chains serve for long distance AM communications, using the property of Ionosphere to reflect the radio waves.

8 transmission-rate chains serve for transmitting information with high bandwidth, such as video, images and music.

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STL1212 Multithread Computer

STL1212 Multithread Computer

Introduction

STL1212 Multithread Computer is a program product, which is classified as a virtual machine. It doubles your system resources capacity in real-time. Integrating primitive to derived function, it provides you with robust system presence in all life situations.

Stochastic estimation

As from version 8.0 of Compositor kernel, the stochastic estimation is stopped artificially, this way reaching the purpose of machine learning experiment. The median value for the processor speed estimated at 4.45 GHz, making whole virtual machine worth of $10000 iMac Pro, 10 core system with Xeon processors. Having such guest virtual machine on your desktop, you are enabling virtual cloud resources, which are utilized for main operation system work.

Resources utilization

STL1212 multithread computer enables to load up to 8 z modules in a patcher. It is possible by utilizing 8 real-time uncrossed loops. Besides of 8 real-time uncrossed loops, STL1212 consists of 8 signal-rate, 8 transmission-rate Compositor cores, totaling 24 cores for true multithread performance. One Compositor core equals the complete Compositor Max for Live instrument or 8 RT-z128 OS, if signal-rate and transmission-rate layers taken in account.

Resources utilization in Hypervisor v7

Because of STL1212 computer usage, which has a true multitasking and uncrosses 8 real-time loops, Compositor virtual machine resources utilized. Hypervisor v7 consists of RTC4k, RTC8k, RT-z8, RT-z16, RT-z32 virtual machines. They are working in the STL1212 process time, which has 24 counting cores for three layers.

Resources control

STL1212 achieves dynamic control over resources on the installed machine. That is why you will never run out of resources, even if your machine is under full load. The end of 2017 showed an ability to make network flushes, using RT-z128 anonymous shutter engine. Now STL1212 achieves such shuttering in a multi-core environment. From one side, it helps to flush more anonymously further and from the other side, to employ active cores for computational tasks, while other cores flushing.

Loading time

Full version loading time is 4 hours. It reaches the comparable system for 3 hours 40 minutes apart of 20 minutes compilation time. All comparable systems displayed as dots on the STL1212 display.