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Multidimensional Compartmented Fields of Control

By Roy D. Follendore III

August 29, 2001

Copyright (c) 2001 RDFollendoreIII


The application of Cryptocommunications to Nanotechnologies had never been adequately considered.  I have been doing so for the past five years.  

Within the design of my patents I ultimately developed the means to establish what I call "multidimensional compartmented fields of control" or MCFC, pronounced "MacFac".  A MacFac is essentially a secure state machine represented as a cryptographic model.  MacFac's may be processed with respect to linear dimensions.  That is, they can be used to control objects within space through GPS type coordinates.  The difference between MacFac's techniques and other systems that utilize criteria such as those that would GPS information is that MacFac's can operate in a far more simple manner.  Essentially the cryptographic MCFC model becomes the entire dimensional control system.  The system is far less complicated and far more secure.  The result is suitable for low cost alternate missile and intelligent munitions guidance, air traffic control, and in particular, nanotechnology.   

The primary problems that must be dealt with concerning nanotechnology is complexity.  Science is a very long way from building true autonomous intelligence directly into nanomachines.  The bandwidth for explicit nano applications of any scale would be impossible without the use of MacFac processing.  The solution is to use MCFC solutions to direct dumb components as intelligently coordinated independent systems.  MCFC would apply the cryptographic  technology I have patented and the Cryptocommunications concepts to control those systems.  Using MCFC, current nanotechnology could produce an army of different kinds independent "medical-bots" that would be independently activated as "effectively autonomous" and attracted to specific and explicit sites within the human body.  To accomplish this an electromagnetic field would be used to describe the space in which the nano-subsystems would be controlled.  Once at their targets the nanobots could then provide a variety of beneficial results including tests and the targeted delivery of medicines.

On a far wider scale, the problem of nanotechnology control is replicated throughout engineering applications. Future highways need the means to manage vehicles, and factories of robots need to be managed and coordinated. Future spacecraft need to be operated as a single recognizable systems as does the circuitry of chips.  Cryptocommunications and its "inherent" security are necessary in each and every one of these practical engineering areas.  Cryptocommunications solutions will undoubtedly play an important role in the future Science of Dimensional Engineering Control systems where the dynamic management of the sum of the parts are greater than the whole.

Note: The capability to achieve such engineering applications exist, but funding is required to make things happen. In 1999 venture capital firms were deluged with business plans and they were not interested in investing in anything but dot com retail businesses. They liked to call what they were investing in "technical stocks" and it was impossible to get their attention about real technology because they did not want to take the time to understand the research. It is obvious today that the majority of individual investors missed the point and lost enormous amounts of money by listening to modern "snake-oil-salesmen" middlemen.  What is interesting is that not much has changed.  In today's investment  market it is just as difficult to get venture capital to take interest in important fundamental engineering research.  The VC firms are being driven by the foolish fear that somehow "technology" will go out of style and into a depression.  If you don't think so you might want to consider investing in the future.  For  information about investment opportunities contact us at  info@noisetoknowledge.com .





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