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This research paper demonstrates the creative ideas regarding computing field. These are ideas which can be for new electronic devices interface with the appropriate and specific soft wares. And the impossibilities like to generate software in air and don't require any hardware to touch the screen (artificial intelligence) blue tooth exchanged folder (exchange file by the movement of hand). These are the impossibilities in the planet of earth for which we use to say that why this thing can't be happening? And if it happens in the way I m thinking than how helpful this thing is for the ease of mankind? We have to start it from the scratch. These are the ideas which could be for the improvement of existing complex objects etc. These are just theories not laws. It's a thinking of stupid young girl but a wise saying is that "stupidity is the beginning of invention".
Keywords - physical software, artificial intelligence, touch.
Introduction To Domain
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Goal # 1:
To attain the goal of artificial intelligence and to create physical software the idea came into my mind is the mechanism behind the concept of touch screen. The multi touch system like:
The Surface is not a touch-sensitive screen deviceâ€¦ The screen itself is not electronic.
The Surface uses multiple infrared cameras beneath the screen/table top to sense objects, physical touch, etc.
The Surface "recognizes objects based on shape or by using domino-style identification (domino tags) on the bottom of the objects."
This information is processed and displayed using "rear projection".
(1) Screen: Diffuser ->"multitouch" screen. Can process multiple inputs and recognize objects by their shapes or coded "domino" tags.
(2) Infrared: The"machine vision" is aimed at the screen. Once an object touches the tabletop -> the light reflects back and is picked up by infrared cameras.
(3) CPU: Uses similar components as current desktop computers -> Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of RAM and a 256MB graphics card. Wireless communication -> Wi-Fi and Bluetooth antennas (future -> RFID). Operating system -> modified version of Microsoft Vista.
(4) Projector: Uses a DLP light engine (rear-projection HDTVs).
There is the medium of screen to stop infrared rays and track the image of touched place and do the functioning according to that particular location. If we can touch the screen then why we can not touch in the air? Why can't we use the infrared rays to create that kind of software? What if I create a wall of gas or rays or any medium which can stop infrared rays up in the air? So after the research I came to know that O3 commonly known as ozone is the only gas or layer which can stop infrared .but infrared could be hazardous for human life, so many safeties precautionary measurements are required for this purpose.
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Goal # 2:
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Another idea is of using radar system the functionality is as follows:
The antenna of radar system acts as the interface between the radar system and free space through which waves are transmitted and received. The purpose of the radar antenna is to transduce free space propagation to guided wave propagation during reception and the opposite during transmission. During transmission, the radiated energy is concentrated into a shaped beam which points in the desired direction in space. During reception, the antenna collects the energy contained in the echo signal and delivers it to the receiver. In the radar range equation, these two roles were expressed by the transmitter gain, G, and effective receiving aperture, Ae, given by
These two values are proportional, so optimizing for both transmitting and receiving is possible. The proportionality is given by:
One of the most widely used microwave antennas is the parabolic reflector. The geometric properties of the parabola are very useful in concentrating energy during reception, and creating plane constant-phase wave fronts during transmission. When a point source of radiation is placed at the focus, energy is emitted in all directions, striking points on the surface, such as A in Figure. This energy is reflected perpendicular to the axis. The distance in all such lines is the same, resulting in a constant-phase wave front.
And the architecture is:
The Radio Frequency (RF) system takes a signal from the transmitter and eventually propagates it in free space during transmission. The RF system takes a signal from free space and passes it to the receiver during reception. The RF system generally consists of an antenna feed and antenna, a duplexer, and some filters. Often devices are needed to convert waveguide propagation into coaxial cable propagation. Filtering is used to attenuate out-of-band signals such as images and interference from other radars or high-powered electrical devices during reception.
There is a great deal of flexibility with digital waveform generators, which is not present for analog signal generators. Waveform design is a complex topic that will not be treated in this paper. The purpose of the radar, and the expected characteristics of the targets, in addition to the demands of moving target indication (MTI), electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), and electronic counter-countermeasures (ECCM) are some of the factors that determine waveform design.
Oscillators represent the basic microwave energy source for microwave systems such as Radars. A typical oscillator essentially consists of an active device and a passive frequency determining resonant element. Dielectric resonant oscillators (DROs) are fixed-frequency oscillators that use a dielectric resonator as the frequency-determining element.
The function of the radar receiver is to detect wanted echo signals in the presence of noise, clutter, and interference. It must separate desired signals from undesired signals, and amplify the desired signals for later processing. Receiver design depends on the design of the transmitted waveform, the nature of the targets, and the characteristics of noise, clutter, and interference. The goal of receivers is to maximize the SNR of the returned echo signal.
A radar system is composed of many different subsystems. The main subsystems were discussed in previous sections. In a pulsed radar system, there is a portion of time devoted to transmission, and another portion of time devoted to reception. The transmission time is called the pulse width. A pulse is transmitted at regular intervals. The repetition interval is called the pulse repetition interval (PRI).
During transmission, the transmitter produces a waveform. This is passed to the RF system, through which the waveform is transmitted into the medium of propagation. When the waveform reaches a target, it is reflected back towards the radar. By then, the radar system should be in reception mode. At this time, the reflected echo is intercepted by the RF system. The echo is then passed to the receiver, which passes it on to the signal processor. After signal processing, the data processor displays data for the operator, through the HMI. Power and Control are provided to each of the subsystems as necessary. The antenna is generally repositioned after a certain number of pulse transmissions.
Now coming to the main goal and the idea regarding radar system is that If we project the image like projector does and put radar system of very low frequency and the range of precisely the size of the projected image which specify the limited area that is the area where projector usually preview the window and by the interface of operating system with radar tracking system and the screen focus or measurement according to the coordinates (x-axis, y-axis, z-axis).
We can track the exact location on computer screen as well so, if we create a program which matches both of the locations and perform task according to them. We can perform our work with just by movement our hand in air or it's like touching the wall screen.
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Goal # 3:
Goal 2 was on wall if you want the same system free in the air then we have to create a wall of any medium which can stop the photonic rays of projector .so, after the research I came to know that we can stop the photonic rays by creating a wall of X-rays in front of projector and than we can create physical software. But the wall of X-rays can't be created easily. If anyone can do it than he/she will reach the goal very fast and this lead us to the new world of air softwares.
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Goal # 4:
My next idea is Bluetooth exchange system.
First, you have to understand some of the basics about how your electronic devices communicate right now.Â While you might use a remote control for your television set or perhaps a slew of wires to hook your home entertainment system up to your DVD or VHS player, all of them use the same basic principles. Information is exchanged using a variety of protocols, or programs that help your computer talk to your printer and vice versa. Thus Bluetooth was born - a single protocol that would work for all the devices in your home, from the VCR to your laptop and to your PDA. All without miles of cables, jacks and confusing instructions as to what should be plugged in where.
Bluetooth is a small computer card that can be installed in any electronic device and which communicates on a special radio frequency that all your other items can receive, translate and understand on the same level
The frequency that Bluetooth uses is 2.45 gigahertz, which is a bit higher on the radio band than television and radio but below that used by satellite dishes. This frequency has been designated for Bluetooth alone by an international agreement, ensuring that there will be no conflict with any other devices. No one else can create a product that transmits on the same frequency.
One of the pros and cons of Bluetooth is the limited range. While this is good for our product.
True, Bluetooth has some limitations, but in the future there will be more and more advancements in this area in order to make life easier for those of us who have to deal with a plethora of electronic devices.
So, we are going to use this methodology in our idea. We can apply it in all existing goals. But precisely I am narrating about students' personal folder "PF" (will be discussed later in Goal # 5). And by moving a hand from one device to another, the file will transfer. Both blue tooth devices starts and show that particular information. There could be 2 options,
By touching first device it will detect the nearest device and receive data from recently started device nearest the existing device.
And if there will be no device than transfer the current opened file to the nearest device whose Bluetooth device will starts first.
Other device do the same make sure no device has started before you want to exchange file.
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Task of the PF:
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Goal # 5
Student's personal folder:
Like I phone there must be a student folder in which students write lectures and save them originally. And can exchange files. And have full internet Wi-Fi support. No need of pen no need of file, writing pad. That will be the biggest package for students.
Scope of these things is very high. If anyone can achieve any of that kind of goal than the work in this field will catch speed. This could be revolutionary.
The graph of the progress is just like the graph of tan.once someone got the way to make that kind of softwares like tan got 90 angle it will go to the infinity of heights.
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Proposed Approach (Optional)
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Application area regarding artificial intelligence.
AI researchers have created many tools to solve the most difficult problems in computer science. Many of their inventions have been adopted by mainstream computer science and are no longer considered a part of AI; all of the following were originally developed in AI laboratories:
Graphical user interfacesÂ and theÂ computer mouse
Rapid developmentÂ environments
TheÂ linked listÂ data type
Automatic storage management
Existing Systems/Current Status
No existing systems are like them. These will be new in their field. And will become milestone if possible.
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