Logic, Design & Organization of PTVD-SHAM; A Parallel Time Varying & Data Super-helical Access Memory

P. B. Alipour

This paper encompasses a super helical memory system's design, 'Boolean logic & image-logic' as a theoretical concept of an invention-model to 'store time-data' in terms of anticipating the best memory location ever for data/time. A waterfall effect is deemed to assist the process of potential-difference output-switch into diverse logic states in quantum dot computational methods via utilizing coiled carbon nanotubes (CCNTs) and carbon nanotube field effect transistors (CNFETs). A 'quantum confinement' is thus derived for a flow of particles in a categorized quantum well substrate with a normalized capacitance rectifying high B-field flux into electromagnetic induction. Multi-access of coherent sequences of 'qubit addressing' is gained in any magnitude as pre-defined for the orientation of array displacement. Briefly, Gaussian curvature of k<0 is debated in aim of specifying the 2D electron gas characteristics in scenarios where data is stored in short intervals versus long ones e.g. when k'>(k<0) for greater CCNT diameters, space-time continuum is folded by chance for the particle. This benefits from Maxwell-Lorentz theory in Minkowski's space-time viewpoint alike to crystal oscillators for precise data timing purposes and radar systems e.g., time varying self-clocking devices in diverse geographic locations. This application could also be optional for data depository versus extraction, in the best supercomputer system's locations, autonomously. For best performance in minimizing current limiting mechanisms including electromigration, a multilevel metallization and implant process forming elevated sources/drains for the circuit's staircase pyramidal construction, is discussed accordingly.

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