Exploring the scientific philosophy and application of the Langlands program

Circular Logarithm Algorithm: Unrelated Mathematical Models are Solved in the 0 to 1 Interval

Authors

  • Yiping Wang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14738/jbemi.65.8006

Keywords:

Langlands Program, Uncertainty, Circular logarithmic equation, 1 norm invariance, Reciprocal theorem

Abstract

I explore the scientific philosophy of the Langlands program."Mathematical relativity" I define arbitrary functions (groups, clusters, algebraic integer equations and circular logarithmic equations) as a finite number of non-repetitive combination-exchange-aggregation of infinite uncertain "element-factor". I prove symmetry and asymmetry, unity, isomorphism, relative symmetry, zero point, parallel/serial, equivalent permutation, normalization etc. of the Reciprocity Theorem. I establish circular Logarithmic equation with the eccentric elliptic function as base and perform arithmetic solution of the unrelated mathematical model within [0 to 1] interval. The Circular Logarithm Algorithm has extensive and close links with many fields, ranging from mathematical modeling of cosmic evolution, quantum computing, neuromorphic calculation and blockchain to the scientific field of architecture chip simplification.

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Published

2019-10-31

How to Cite

Wang, Y. . (2019). Exploring the scientific philosophy and application of the Langlands program: Circular Logarithm Algorithm: Unrelated Mathematical Models are Solved in the 0 to 1 Interval. Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Medical Imaging, 6(5), 65–90. https://doi.org/10.14738/jbemi.65.8006