Constructing a global database platform for nested rhythm network of an entire human brain: (AjoChhandaJala): No brain building projects study nested rhythms. We create a worldwide team to work together to create a database of brain rhythms, one can edit the open source platform.
Classification of rhythms:
There are three classes of rhythms in a biological system database. We have classified our database . 1. Life-cycle rhythm (Jivan-chakra chhanda), 2. Operation cycle rhythm (Brahma-chakra chhanda), 3. Information cycle rhythm (Gyana-chakra chhanda)
First, is life cycle rhythm, by which all cell replacements are made. The Human body has 11 organ systems – circulatory, digestive, endocrine, excretory (urinary), immune (lymphatic), integumentary, muscular, nervous, reproductive, respiratory, and skeletal. Hence, there are 11 primary rhythms controlling all these rhythms and a major controller one, hence total 1+11=12 rhythms. There are 9 rhythms controlling the process of each cycles, hence 11X9=99+12=111 rhythms. This rhythm controls the life flow, carrier is “mass”.
Second, temporal operational rhythms. This is about maintaining rhythmic integrated motions of all components in the body, these natural vibrational cycles range from a few femto seconds to peta seconds. Our frequency wheels of 1031 frequencies mostly cover this feature of the brain-body system. The inverse of frequency is time, and this time is adjusted for energy cycle, this rhythm cycle controls the energy flow, carrier is “energy”.
Third is the information processing rhythm. There exists a nested network of rhythms for decision-making in the brain, which we analyze as a nested cavity, whose geometrical shapes at different scales determine the operational frequencies. Total number of rhythms is (12X9=)108+12+10+5+2=137 that govern the information processing of the brain. The computing chain is made of 108 rhythms connected together, hence 137 wheel represents just one information unit in the brain, for any new information or decisions, 108 values change, but the rest 29 rhythms remain intact which act as glue. Thus, this rhythm cycle controls the information flow, carrier is “time”.
Figure 1 outlines generic design of the computer under current invention. There are five modules those work as basic operational units for the computer. The computer has two major parts, 101 is the sensory unit at the bottom and 102 is the memory and processing unit located at the top part. 103 noted components are the sensor that captures analogue signal from outside, from environments or potential users. Entering inside the computer, the signals pass through the Module 1 section of the Figure 1. In this section, the signals are converted into all possible cycles made of frequencies (cycle =rhythm = periodic triggering of a set of frequencies one after another; cycle is represented by a circle) and the nested cycles (=interconnected cycles or circles) formed for each sensory signals. This is called Geometric fractal decomposer. Sensors do not convert signal digitally, uses unique fractal time sensing to capture same signal’s various time scale rhythms simultaneously. Thus, it captures all possible relationships from ultrafast local events to the pair of events separated by a very distant time gap.
There are three types of cycles running the artificial brain like computer. First, nested memory and decision-making cycles, second, nested operational cycles that controls memory and decision-making cycle activation and deactivation and third, nested drive cycles that controls the operational cycles, i.e. supreme controller. All nested memory cycles are produced at the sensors directly from the analogue input. Operational cycles are similar to memory and processing cycles, however, they run between two or more functional modules. The drive cycles are also same as memory & processing cycles, but run on specific operational cycles.
Geometric fractal decomposer is the operational cycle 1 that senses and filters the analogue signals and sends it to the next part. All nested cycles produced in the individual fractal decomposer one for each sensory system are sent to the Module 2 noted in the Figure 1. This job is exclusively done by operational cycle 1 in a periodic loop.
In the Module 2, two jobs run in parallel and this is controlled by operational cycle 2. First, nested cycles originating from different sensors is sent using a radiating antenna to all over the region 102, or entire memory processing region in the computer (operational cycle 2a). At the same time, nested cycles from different sensory systems add up to form a singular nested rhythm, this second class nested cycles are also radiated out using another antenna to entire memory and processing region 102 (operational cycle 2b). The same sensory signal gets into two parts, one fused and the other pure, both run in parallel.
Two classes of nested cycles, one from the individual sensors and one from the Module 2 nested cycle fusion chamber reach Module 4. Operational cycle 2a and 2b run simultaneously as part of a single nested cycle, spontaneous reply from the Module 4 matrix, which is a nested cavity structure and holds elementary memory cycles. In the module 4, the learnt nested cycles are stored as memory (this is also the processing center). It absorbs the nested cycles sent by Module 2 and the difference in the nested cycles between that already exists inside the memory & processing center 102 is distinguished & transported wirelessly to the Module 3. The difference is the learning feature that is missing in the computer memory and processing center, needs to be added. Module 3 holds all essential additions or corrections to be made in the nested cycle network until a threshold time is passed. Thus, an operational cycle 3 runs in module 3 that writes “difference nested cycle” in module 4 after a certain delay, otherwise the “to be edited” task continuously get updated.
However, another process runs in parallel. As soon as the two classes of nested cycles pour into the section 102, from the antennas of 104, the associated cycles get activated and an expansion begins, spontaneously. Thus, a small set of nested cycles expands into a large region of 102. The expansion would encompass entire 102 memory and processing units if not controlled, hence, an additional controller unit operates simultaneously, it is the module 5. This module is called defragmenter and the higher rule generator. Higher rule generator means large-scale 3D patterns of nested cycles are converted, one form to another to complete a new cycle and such relationships are written as cycles in this region. Therefore, as soon as this region of module 5 gets active, the expansion reaches a convergence.
In this module 5 section of the memory & processing region of 102, a spontaneous drive to nest local nested cycle clusters into a single cycle runs perpetually (Drive 1). Higher nesting rules for Drive 1 is saved in the module 5 and a loop runs between module 5 and Module 4. As soon as the nesting is done by integrating all newly arrived cycles and old associations, either by finding an old suitable cycle or by creating a new cycle, two prime tasks of the computer is accomplished. First, generating the solution of the problem (sensory data fusion automatically couples condition with decisions, thus, if condition cycles activate, the decision cycles or solutions are automatically triggered) and second simulating the future (future simulation = expanding the nested cycle representing a query and expanding the condition-decision cycles). Both the condition-decision outputs are essentially an outcome of the same physical process Drive 1 via operational cycle 4a and 4b. The solutions derived from these loops are sent back to the section 104 for execution of future machine task if computer is attached to the robot brain or simply to an user interface to control the sensors so that input is fine tuned, a part of it provides the output (105). 105 is therefore generates instructions for the sensory systems to edit their external signal capture parameters and in doing that delivers the output to the external user.
It is also to be noted that two similar drives to connect discrete nested cycles into a singular one also run by 104 section (Drive 2 and Drive 3). The prime objective of one drive (Drive 2) is to modulate sensory data acquisition process such that a better nesting is carried out at the module 5 and module 4. The other drive (Drive 3) delivers instantaneous solutions to problems that perfectly match the condition-solution couplet cycles stored in the Module 4, the solutions are sent to 104.
The triplet drives (Drive 1, Drive 2 and the Drive 3) are nested as one cycle or rhythm in a single hardware 104 as a singular prime drive cycle that holds the supreme control on the computer operation. There are a few local drives grow inside the three cycles.
One important local drive for the Drive 2 that manages the sensory acquisition is running a feedback loop so that when a query cycle enters module 4, and module 5 does not generate the final convergence cycle to automatically halt computing, an operational cycle 5 runs connecting 101 and 105. The nested rhythm inside expands the number of associated cyclic vibrations (rhythms) and various new cycles activate, the local nested cycles around the query part of the nested cycle network is sent as feedback to input nested cycle that is generated in 101. This is perception search protocol, using this feature, computer estimates much rigorous assumption about the query and that is verified. This particular feature enables the computer to pre-estimate what that question may appear in the future that is has not yet encountered. Thus, a query is amplified & crosschecked in a feedback loop, causing phase transition of one set of cyclic rhythms to another in module 4, and higher level time cycles (slow rhythms) activate in module 5 and trigger perception related cycles, which re-enters into feedback loop. The feedback loop continues until a slow time cycle is born that integrates all local cycles thus produced into a single loop, therefore, operational cycle 5 also helps in automated halting of the computing process.
Drive 3 is the key emergency response system of the computer, it runs via three operational cycles 6, 7 and 8. Operational cycle 6 runs in 106 where the nested cycles generated by fusion of several sensory signal generated nested cycles are analyzed as per emergency learning requirements (for humans save the physical body, reproduction and food are key fundamental filters to learn emergency protocols) are stored. Operational cycles 6 runs without using any part of module 3, 4, 5, and the fundamental learning necessity is encoded here as a cycle that filters. Operation cycle 7 runs nested clocks of periodic events. There is a permanent clock cycle in 106 for running the entire computer. A a nested clock is made here and if any clock events are required to operate anywhere in the computer machine interface, repairing or even executing complex machine tasks, the nested cycles of such programs are linked to this clock. Finally, operational cycle 8 runs at 106 to decompose nested signal solutions into sensory instructions, via 105, generating nested cycle replica via antenna action and filtering the signals for external machine operation is carried out by operational cycle 8.