Monday, December 1, 2008

Silent research contributes to the detection of parameters in invisible entities in isolated systems

The isolated system architecture prevents penetration of external forces and interaction structure of activities in system environments because of extreme security measures. A closed system keeps away internal information from external forces. Information about internal system activities is not available even within system boundary. It would be difficult to capture input and output parameter settings of system performances; therefore, silent research can select and implement for performance monitoring of substantial parameters, which make vital roles in global variables.
The silent research approach initiates and conducts according to following criteria and opportunity method. The failure scenario in system performance may address to system surrounding environment through various channels when system performance parameters encounters with complexity by external forces. Such an occasion can pave the way to establish silent research approach in order to detect reliable data access implication of system performances. Scenarios represent algorithm parameters in internal system performances. Outcome processing algorithm can determine the value of parameter in system performances and possibly diagnosis invisible entities in system environments through distance test and prognosis.

Certain isolated systems reflect intentionally unreliable information to internal and external environments. On behave of capture real reflected information needs to conduct reliability analysis on system behavior and causal interrelationships between internal and external entities.
The silent research approach can even implement in order to detect parameters among global variables and eventually invisible entities in system performances through subcomponents in isolated systems. The Stimulate Response experimental approach applies in subcomponents by manipulative channel levels in external parameters, which allocate in system platform.

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