Global Electronic Dominance with Spatial Grasp


A high-level control technology will be revealed that can dynamically establish overwhelming dominance over distributed networked systems with embedded electronic devices and any communications between them. It is based on implanting of universal control modules (that may be concealed) into key system points which collectively interpret complex but compact mission scenarios in a special high-level Distributed Scenario language (DSL). Self-evolving and self-spreading in networks, matching them in a super-virus mode, DSL scenarios can analyze their structures and states and set up any behavior needed, including creation of benign or elimination of unwanted infrastructures. The scalable technology allows us to convert any distributed networked systems into a sort of integral spatial brain capable of analyzing and withstanding unpredictable situations in a variety of important domains.

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P. Simon Sapaty, "Global Electronic Dominance with Spatial Grasp," International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, Vol. 5 No. 11, 2012, pp. 724-735. doi: 10.4236/ijcns.2012.511076.

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