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The Standard FaTe Algorithm

The Standard FaTe Algorithm

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Published by: Shreyak Chakraborty on Mar 17, 2012
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The Standard FaTe Algorithm
Shreyak ChakrabortyIndependent Researcher (shreyak.rekshda@gmail.com)
Abstract 
This paper is an introduction to the techniques beingdeveloped by Shreyak Chakraborty for computational
background of the „FaTe Model of Hyperspace‟ [1.].
 A part of this work has been done in collaboration withString Theory Development group on facebook.comThe source codes will not be written in this paper.
The Syntactical Structure 
 
The standard FaTe algorithm (SFA) is mostly written in C++SFA requires the availability of certain library functions.That is, one has to define a new C++ Runtime Library inorder to create a functional Central (or Main) Module.The Plug-in Modules are a set of applications for 3Dmodeling, simulation, and logical calculations etc. that areused along with the main module. The Library is createdwith functions for 1.
 
Calculus and Functional Analysis- like {deriv(); integ();lagran(); limit() ;} and many more .2.
 
Quantum Mechanical Interactions- like {wavefx();eigenval(); hamilt(); spinor(); chiral() etc.}3.
 
Dynamic Simulation-like {gravit(); elect(); env();charge(); etc.}External stations are meant for additional computing inthe background.
 
 
The Phasiplet advanced Computational Method (PACM) 
PACM is a sub-division of the SFA. It aims to express SFAtechniques in terms of Euler-Cauchy methods as well asMonte Carlo methods. PACM enables the user to simulateany section of the fate model like Field Orientations, Fractalformations etc. using a number of techniques. In PACM, thefactors work together in parallel: Processing, Conversion,Output.
 
Mainmodule
LibraryExternalStationsPluginmodules

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