Peter Simon Sapaty*
Institute of Mathematical Machines and Systems, National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine
*Corresponding Author: Peter Simon Sapaty, Institute of Mathematical Machines and Systems, National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine.
Received: January 05, 2022; Published: November 30, 2022
This paper presents the latest results on the development of Spatial Grasp (SG) paradigm, allowing it to solve complex problems in holistic and fully distributed way, in two interlinked directions: philosophical-conceptual, and technological-implementational. In the first direction, more details are presented of how SG develops in distributed spaces in the form of waves or even viruses and grasps at the same time solutions of spatial problems. Also how it fundamentally differs from traditional representations of systems and solutions in them as consisting of parts exchanging messages. The SG philosophy is also linked to higher intellectual concepts like perception, awareness, consciousness, and even soul, with mentioning a related discussion organized by the author in the USA. In the other direction, the latest Spatial Grasp Technology (SGT) details are briefed where its Spatial Grasp Language (SGL) interpreters can be networked as spatial computers and cover any terrestrial and celestial spaces. Distributed interpretation mechanisms of some basic SGL constructs are discussed in detail, allowing us to implement spatial SGT functionality without any centralized resources. The paper also provides examples of fully distributed solutions for seeing and evaluating of large distributed phenomena like hurricanes and forest fires, which cannot be observed from any individual points, but can be seen and analyzed as a whole under SGT, just in line with higher-level conceptual orientation and mental-like capability of SG. The developed paradigm allows us to directly express top sense and related holistic method for solving complex problems. also dynamically compose or even create from scratch the implementation environment, providing strictest and shortest way from the problem vision, definition and understanding to the practical solution.
Keywords: System; Distributed System; Parallel And Distributed Computing; Waves; Grasps; Perception; Understanding; Consciousness; Soul; Spatial Grasp Technology; Spatial Grasp Language; Distributed Interpretation; Spatial Vision; Distributed Networking; Pattern Matching
Citation: Peter Simon Sapaty., et al. “Seeing and Managing Distributed Worlds with Spatial Grasp Paradigm".Acta Scientific Computer Sciences 4.12 (2022): 96-105.
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