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Crosetto has summarized to MIT and Harvard experts the essence of the disruptive advantages of his inventions as follow: I have invented a revolutionary electronic technology-independent architecture/instrument proven feasible by 59 quotes from reputable industries to build using 2015 technology a 3D-Flow OPRA (Object Pattern real-time Recognition Algorithms) system with 8,192 channels, in 36 cm (15 inch) cube of electronics capable of sustaining over 1.3TB/sec input data rate, and execute with zero dead-time on the input data, complex programmable real-time Object Pattern Recognition Algorithms (OPRA) at a production cost of approximately $100,000. In the same volume of 36 cm cube of electronics, it is feasible to build a 3D-Flow OPRA system with 20,000 channels capable of sustaining over 20TB/sec input data rate. Larger systems can be built by linking several similar cubes of electronics.
It can provide disruptive advantages in several applications in making computers more capable overcoming since 1992 the limits of Moore’s laws that is now dead (goo.gl/2CLTsP). (e.g. The 3D-Flow OPRA makes computers more capable (a) extracting all valuable information from radiation to identify rare particles from ultra-high data rate that cannot be stored on hard drives because in one day will fill all hard drives of the planet, (b) extracting all valuable information from radiation to identify all valuable signals related to tumor markers for an effective early cancer detection requiring a very-low radiation to the patient, in industrial quality control, etc.).
My basic 3D-Flow parallel-processing architecture summarized in one page at ‘goo.gl/NQ8Cck’, recognized valuable by academia, industry and research centers at a major official, formal, international scientific review, held at Fermilab in 1993 (goo.gl/zP76Tc), proven feasible and functional in FPGA hardware, when in synergy with the implementation in its different parts using 2015 technology is summarized in two pages at ‘goo.gl/AoszvQ’ and detailed at ‘goo.gl/w3XlZ1’. The combination of these two elements provided the inventive step of the new 3D-Flow OPRA technology with unprecedented advantages. (See more details about the essence of the advantages of the 3D-Flow OPRA at goo.gl/dYGusD).
My 3D-Flow invention could have replaced hundreds of crates containing 4,000 electronic boards of CERN CMS L-1 Trigger Experiment at a fraction of the cost, while providing more performance as reported on pages 102-117 of ‘goo.gl/w3XlZ1’, and could have replaced the trigger at many other experiments at CERN. For example: a) in 1994 with a cylinder of electronics 1.8m tall x 1m in diameter, b) in 1999 with 6 x 9U VME crates as described in the 45-page peer-reviewed article published by Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Sec. A, vol. 436, (1999) pp.341-385. Using 2015 technology can replace hundreds of crates of electronics (goo.gl/mPHw5Y) containing 4,000 electronic boards with one crate containing 9 of my 3D-Flow OPRA boards, while providing higher performance at one thousandth the cost (summarized in two pages at goo.gl/AoszvQ detailed at goo.gl/w3XlZ1).
These claims can be proven analytically and ultimately by experimental results showing which system can find more sought particles within real LHC data at a very high luminosity in a controlled environment where it is known how many sought particles are memorized in the ER/DSU unit, will prove which system is the best.
The ER/DSU unit (Event Recorder Detector Simulation Unit described on pages 8, 12, 23, 32, 149-170 of ‘goo.gl/w3XlZ1) costing only $40,000 would be able to record raw data from the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) apparatus and then replay the same data to the 3D-Flow OPRA system and to the CMS Level-1 Trigger (or other trigger system) proving their enormous difference in efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
When the 3D-Flow OPRA invention is used in the 3D-CBS (3-D Complete Body Screening) technology, it makes it hundreds of times more efficient than the over 10,000 PET (Positron Emission Tomography) devices used in hospitals providing for the first time a true paradigm change in molecular imaging.
(See the 2000 book: “400+ times improved PET efficiency for lower-dose radiation, lower-cost cancer screening at ‘goo.gl/ggGGwF’, see trifold at “goo.gl/YcAJDy“, more details at “goo.gl/JMKyek“, the five-page 2003 article at ‘goo.gl/RiIn0B’, the 32-page 2013 article at “goo.gl/qpnNxd”, one-page innovations at “goo.gl/3AFCWM”, one-page benefits at ‘goo.gl/Zx1p9Q’, two-page 2016 summary and comparison with the Explorer at: ‘goo.gl/QLuA1n’ and the source information from the authors of the “Explorer Project” at ‘goo.gl/Tl95NN’ or at ‘goo.gl/ovMZ5j’, which was funded by NIH for $15.5 million although less efficient, incapable of saving many lives and more than ten times expensive as the 3D-CBS).
Current status of the communication between Crosetto and experts on electronics and computing at Harvard and MIT after sending his letters on July 19, 2017 to scientists at Harvard SEAS University and on July 25, 2017, to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). (See goo.gl/2CLTsP).
As a follow-up to some discussions with people at Harvard and MIT, Crosetto wrote the above additional paragraphs summarizing the essence and disruptive benefits of his inventions he made available during the past two decades, showing superiority in higher efficiency and lower costs compared to alternative approaches.
On August 30, 2017, Crosetto sent this additional information to Prof. Paul Horowitz at Harvard with the following introduction:
«Dear Prof. Horowitz, Yesterday I spoke on the phone with Prof. Federico Capasso who provided your name as an expert in electronics at Harvard SEAS University who wrote the book “The Art of Electronics” that has sold more copies than “A Brief History of Time” by Stephen Hawking. He told me that you are retired but still very active.»
Crosetto sent this additional information to Prof. Asuman Ozdaglar on September 5, 2017 with the following introduction:
Dear Prof. Ozdaglar, Dear Prof. Rus, Dear all, On July 25, 2017, I sent the email available at goo.gl/2CLTsP to Prof. Asuman Ozdaglar with a copy to the Dean of MIT-Engineering and the Head of the Physics Department. After talking to some people, it became clear that my invention has a more general application than physics and it is more appropriate to be addressed by experts at MIT in computing, electronics, parallel-processing, fast data acquisition with real-time object pattern recognition, mechanics for my proposed assemblies in VME, VXI, ATCA, etc., of the 3D-Flow OPRA system and microelectronics.
Recently, I was able to speak on the phone with Prof. Polina Golland at MIT who suggested my application is related to the MIT-CSAI department, advising me to talk to Prof. Daniela Rus. I attempted several times and finally on September 5, 2017 I was able to speak to her assistant Dr. Lauralyn Smith who kindly sent me via email the link to MIT department-headquarters website, https://www.eecs.mit.edu/about-us/eecs-department-headquarters
I called Dr. Anne Stuart who suggested I contact again Prof. Asuman Ozdaglar, head of the EECS Department.
So as not to disturb those at MIT who are not related to the field of my inventions/applications and to provide a satisfactory answer to taxpayers and cancer patients who are asking me to discuss my inventions and their benefits and my answers to other scientists in the field with experts at MIT, I respectfully request Prof. Ozdaglar to respond, setting a date and time convenient to her to discuss this matter or to provide the names of people expert in electronics who can compare my 3D-Flow OPRA system with other systems that they know.
Because of the apparent miscommunication during the past months, I would like to request Prof. Ozdaglar’s colleagues bring this email to her attention.
To facilitate your search of the experts at MIT in this field, I am providing more technical paragraphs at the beginning of this letter in addition to the one sent on July 25, 2017.
Taxpayers, cancer patients, investors, etc. and people who would like to receive the benefits of my inventions, but are not knowledgeable in the field are asking me to present and discuss my inventions with experts in electronics like you and are asking if you can compare my 3D-Flow OPRA system that breaks the speed barrier in real-time application with any system that you might know and provide the references.
I am looking forward receiving a prompt response setting a date and time convenient to you to discuss this matter or please provide the names of people experts in electronics who can compare my 3D-Flow OPRA system with the systems that they know to assess the advantages of one with respect to the other.
President of the Crosetto Foundation for the Reduction of Cancer Deaths
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