The variable bit cpu

Discussion in 'Windows Networking' started by Skybuck Flying, Jul 30, 2005.

  1. Hi,

    I think I might have just invented the variable bit cpu :)

    It works simply like this:

    Each "data bit" has a "meta data bit".

    The meta data bit describes if the bit is the ending bit of a possibly large

    The meta bits together form a sort of bit mask or bit pattern.

    For example the idea is best seen when putting the data bits
    and meta bits below each other.

    data bits: 01110101110101101010101
    meta bits: 00000000100010001100001

    In reality the data bit and meta bit are grouped together as a single entity
    which can be read into the cpu since otherwise the cpu would not know where
    to start reading the data or meta bits. Now it simplies start with the first
    data + meta bit pair.

    Because a cpu might need to know the length of the bit field up front the
    cpu/algorithm works simply as follows:

    The cpu starts reading data and meta bits until it reaches a meta bit of 1.

    All bits that form the variable bit field are now read and can be used etc.

    The above example then looks like this:

    data bits: 011101011#1010#1101#0#10101
    meta bits: 000000001#0001#0001#1#00001

    (The # sign is too indicate to you where the variable bit fields are.)

    Notice how even single bit fields are possible.

    The reason for the variable bit cpu with variable bit software is too save
    costs and to make computers/software even more powerfull and usefull ;)

    For example:

    Currently fixed bitsoftware has to be re-written or modified, re-compiled,
    re-documented, re-distributed, re-installed, re-configured when it's fixed
    bit limit is reached and has to be increased for example from 32 bit to 64
    bit etc.

    Example are windows xp 32 to 64 bit, the internet IPv4 to IPv6.

    Skybuck Flying, Jul 30, 2005
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