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Method and Apparatus for Creating Problem-Solving Complexes from Individual Elements

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Based on the biological key-lock-principle common in various biological systems such as the human brain, this paper relates to a method and device for creating problem-solving complexes from individual elements that can be coupled with one another and that have different properties to solve problems. The problem solution can be carried out either serially with a large computer, or with several independent, hierarchically joined computers. In this system, an independent control unit that assumes a multitude of tasks and also acts as an interface with access to all participating computers, is assigned to each problem or object class according to the amount of potential problem-oriented solutions. Such a unit prepares the partial solutions found in its computer for the totality of the solutions computed in the associated computers, finally leading to a total problem solution.

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Mitterauer, B. (2014) Method and Apparatus for Creating Problem-Solving Complexes from Individual Elements. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, 5, 311-315. doi: 10.4236/abb.2014.54038.

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