Dr. Ben Choi, affiliate professor of pc science at Louisiana Tech College, has obtained a U.S. patent (10,795,854) on groundbreaking know-how, “Methodology and equipment for setting up multivalued microprocessor.” Choi has designed a brand new microprocessor that goes past the standard binary values and has the potential to revolutionize the computing business.
Choi used his experience in computing and electrical programs to develop and patent designs and processes for rising the computational pace and reminiscence by breaking away from binary values to make use of greater than two numerical values on microprocessors. As soon as manufactured, this enchancment to the foundational structure for designing and constructing microprocessors would be the solely patented non-binary (multivalued) method on this planet.
Lately, computing has inched nearer to hurry limits because of the restricted pace for altering between 0 and 1. With Choi’s groundbreaking, multiple-digit logic gate microprocessors that enable processing extra digits without delay, gadgets like telephones, tablets, computer systems, tvs, and residential programs will be capable of course of information quicker and thus get smarter.
“This new microprocessor is a sport changer,” Choi stated. “It might enhance the ways in which our know-how works for us by rising the computational pace and, subsequently, the performance of purposes. Within the close to future, computer systems might be constructed primarily based on this know-how.”
Choi earned his PhD, MS, and BS levels from The Ohio State College, specializing in pc science, pc engineering and electrical engineering. His analysis focus areas embrace Humanoid Robots, Synthetic Intelligence, Machine Studying, Clever Brokers, Semantic Net, Knowledge Mining, Fuzzy Programs, and Parallel Computing. Choi obtained two earlier U.S. patents: one on creating new engines like google and the one other on the automated group of pc information.