Here you will find an explanation of the concept of my invention of how to extract all valuable data from radiation arriving at Medical Imaging devices at ultra-high speed by solving the envelope analogy posed to you on April 17, 2016. The invention enables an effective early cancer detection that can reduce cancer death by over 50%. The layman can easily understand the envelope analogy by watching 70 seconds of video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwMnHRuWo4o, beginning at minute 7:58 showing an experiment conducted by high school students at a San Antonio, Texas High School
Dear President Barack Obama, Vice-President Joe Biden and members of the Cancer Moonshot Task Force:
Here you will find an explanation of the concept of my invention of how to extract all valuable data from radiation arriving at Medical Imaging devices at ultra-high speed by solving the envelope analogy posed to you on April 17, 2016. The invention enables an effective early cancer detection that can reduce cancer death by over 50%.
A scientific description of the concept can be found in one page and its full implementation described in the proposal to DOE tracking 0000222704. The layman can easily understand the envelope analogy by watching 70 seconds of video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwMnHRuWo4o, beginning at minute 7:58 showing an experiment conducted by high school students at a San Antonio, Texas High School:
***** Beginning of the explanation of my invention to High School students *****
Five groups of students are placed in five classrooms along a corridor to analyze data in envelopes they receive for 30 seconds each. A student stands at each door handling the flow of envelopes arriving every 6 seconds.
The student at the first door takes the first envelope, passing it to students in his class. When the next envelope arrives 6 seconds later, he passes it to the class on his right for analysis. The third envelope skips the first two rooms and is analyzed in the 3rd class as the first two are “busy”; so the process continues with each student at the door giving one envelope to his class and passing four envelopes to the student at the door on the right.
As the 6th envelope arrives, the student at the first door passes it to the students in his class but at the same time picks up the results of the previous envelope which has been analyzed for 30 seconds and passes it to the right down the corridor.
The results flow along the corridor where a student at the end will open them, check for a “yes” and save those as good candidates trashing those marked “no”.
This unique mechanism is different from the familiar assembly pipeline used to build cars, computers, etc. where a piece is added at each station until the product is finished at the end of the pipeline. In this 3D-Flow system the problem inside the envelope is solved in a single classroom.
It can solve the most challenging problems; for example, if the rate increases to one envelope every 3 seconds, add 5 classes to the end of the corridor and the problem is solved; likewise, if 60 seconds is required to analyze each envelope, add 10 additional classes and both problems of analyzing for 60 seconds each envelope arriving every 3 seconds without missing any “pearl” is solved.
***** End of the explanation of my invention to High School students *****
I have then translated my innovative concept described above in a real project made of several inventions which are the synergy of parallel-processing architecture, instruction set, detector assembly, coupling of a detector array with an array of electronic circuits, electronic assembly, cable assembly, real-time algorithms, ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit), electronic boards, etc., which allow to build a very powerful revolutionary electronic instrument contained in one VXI or ATCA crate capable of Object Pattern Real-Time Recognition (OPRA) from data arriving at over 20TB/sec without missing any object with characteristics provided as a reference. This breakthrough invention: 3D-Flow OPRA benefits many applications for advancing science in discovering new subatomic particles with a more powerful tool at a fraction of the cost of current Trigger Systems, saving lives with a 3D-CBS (3-D Complete Body Screening) providing an effective early cancer detection, fighting terrorism,…
Because in the U.S. today 1,600 additional people (followed by the same number tomorrow and the following days if we do not act) will die from cancer (one every 4 seconds in the world) and my breakthrough invention has been recognized valuable by a major international scientific review in 1993 (pp. 56-74), acclaimed and endorsed by top experts (pp. 50-55 & 75-83), received awards and passed subsequent scientific reviews (pp. 84-101), proven to be feasible and functional in hardware (pp. 92 & 102-117 & 142-146 & 154 & 202-203), proven to replace many crates of electronics with a single crate at a fraction of the cost (pp. 19-24 & 125-135), proven to be scientifically advantageous and beneficial in many applications (pp. 1-2 & 24-29),
proven to provide benefits in Medical imaging reducing healthcare costs and saving lives by reducing the amount of radiation to the patient to 1/100 the current dose, reducing the examination cost and most importantly enabling an effective early detection of cancer which is what saves lives (pp. 5, 24-27, 93, 145, 202, 203, 234, 255), and understandable to high school students,
I respectfully request YOU CLEAR OUT THE BUREAUCRATIC HURDLES that are an impediment to discussing ANALYTICALLY and SCIENTIFICALLY the 413 pages of my invention/project, whose feasibility are supported by 59 quotes from several reputable companies, with DOE and NIH-NCI experts in the field responsible for spending taxpayer money to advance science, significantly reduce cancer deaths and significantly reduce healthcare costs.
President of the Crosetto Foundation for the Reduction of Cancer Deaths
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