Circuit Puncture: Chopsticks
Posted in the Mathematics Forum
#1 Jun 10, 2014
Many systems in a geometry-analytics universe are defined by coordinate plotting of relative points that form bounded regions or areas.
Modern Internet infrastructure is based on human understandings of coordinate (domain-range, etc.) grid layering that forms planes or pools of circuits, loosely speaking.
If we puncture this geometry-oriented Internet grid with a sophisticated computer network interference virus (such as a Trojan or a worm), we notice that connectivity between grid layers and data transmission across terminals becomes inefficiently redundant or inappropriately replicative.
This is why mathematicians often use matrix mathematics in conjunction with standard electricity-relevant physics equations to symbolically analyze grid stability in our modern era.
Understanding how coordinate geometry analysis connects with number relationships helps analysts piece together the range combinatorics that construct Internet highways and reveal the modern social art value of relevant matrix-puncture Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Ghost in the Machine" (1993).
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