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Stored Purpose - Higher Existence Levels

Stored Purpose - a new approach to computing leveraging the current capability of information science

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Warren Jones, Lana Rubalsky (2010) "Stored Purpose - Higher Existence Levels", wJones Research, October 8, 2010

Existential Levels

We defined that the Existence model architecture (Ema) is a building block. Simple existential cellular components can become building material for more complex components. Those new components can be either the technology or larger component of something more complicated. Since all levels have a compatible Construction Translation Expression (CTE) at all levels above molecular, Purpose can be defined once and distributed throughout the system. In a less dynamic system, such as a body, the read-only Purpose of billions of components operating at multiple levels could be stored as a single genetic Identity document.

We saw this in our first prototype for a simple smart light instrument. On one level, it was a cellular component that turned on when sensing a transition to darkness. On another level, when paired with another light, it could be given Purpose as part of a light array with two levels of brightness. On a still higher level, the light array could be paired with an audio system, given new Purpose responsive to types of sounds, music and alerts. Finally on a higher level it could be part of a home or office, with Purpose responsive to proximity of people, maintenance bots, type and tempo of activity.

Figure - Ema Existential Levels<br />Each lower level (top of chart) can be used to build more complex levels (bottom of chart) using recursion and combination.

Figure - Ema Existential Levels
Each lower level (top of chart) can be used to build more complex levels (bottom of chart) using recursion and combination.
Initially we assigned each level a numbered identifier (L1-L5). Later in design, when aware of increasing resemblances in nature, we standardized on a convention in which the “natural” term qualifies the Stored Purpose term. We also added “missing” levels, although we had no developmental models for existence at the top or bottom of the chart.

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