Development of Super Metaverse Systems Engineering Centered on Cyberworld
Ecosphere - Sky-Earth Computing (II) beyond Cloud Computing
Research Lab of Interdisciplinary Science, Soochow University, China
*Corresponding Author: Zongcheng Li, Research Lab of Interdisciplinary Science, Soochow University, China.
July 08, 2022; Published: September 27, 2022
With the support of IT and network technology, we can develop and build the super metaverse system (SMS) centered on cyber-tech users, integrating cyber-physical system (CPS-1) and its processes with cyber-physiological system (CPS-2) and its processes, cyber-psychological system (CPS-3) and its processes, as well as cyber-event reason system (CES) and its processes. It is proposed in this series of research to develop and produce a global service dispatcher (GSD) as the main component of a Sky-Earth computing console (SECC) for every user (individual, group, whole), and provide a customized world-wise brain. According to the analysis and design of this series of articles, through big data platform, Internet of things and artificial intelligence technology, we build intelligent integrated system, carry out data reconstruction system engineering, so as to establish the computer-like system (CLS) for big data processing, It combines all kinds of resource elements involved in computing in the information ecosphere with those involved in computing in the real ecosphere. With data reconstruction system engineering, any system is reduced to a dynamic system of resource allocation, and the basic unit of the analysis object is reduced to the aggregation and integration of multi-attribute, multi factor, multi structure and multi-level resources, so that natural scarcity, configuration scarcity and system risk are proposed. A measurement system of multi-attribute tradeoff configuration with system configuration intensity as its base is established. A new related framework, method and example are proposed.
Keywords: Ecosphere; Sky-earth Computing; Super Metaverse System; Computer-like; Intelligent Integration
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