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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44887

Electronic devices based on unbiased decision methods in order to protect device memory

El OuerkhaouiAsmâa

Abstract

There are several factors that cause the corruption of data integrity through its flow on any kind of implementation such as redundancy, installation etc. The factor in question studied in this paper is different, it is the transactional process on which the sending and the reception of the data is based. It is on this axis that we have innovated by moving to so-called atomic decisions. The abundant resources offered today in any implementation are infinite but it is not because the resources are abundant that this guarantees the integrity of the data when it circulates and when it is modified/updated. Electronic devices are today part of our daily lives. We rely on them to get live information and sometimes very sensitive information. But, synchronizing data between two or more separated Electronic devices is not enough studied to guarantee data integrity. Electronic devices will always have limits, one of them is memory and data transfer speed. This paper proposes a solution to synchronize data we provide to our electronic devices to make the right decision with available memory and data speed transfer.

Keywords

Segregation responsibility, quantum decision theory, neuroScience, electronic devices, NeuroQuantology, cloud computing, cyber physical system.memory management, booting system, transfer speed, artificiel internet of things, data transfer protocols.

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