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In mathematics and computer science, an Algorithm is a self-contained sequence of actions to be performed. Algorithms can perform calculation, data processing and automated reasoning tasks.

An algorithm is a procedure or formula for solving a problem, based on conductiong a sequence of specified actions. A computer program can be viewed as an elaborate algorithm. In mathematics and computer science, an algorithm usually means a small procedure that solves a recurrent problem.

Algorithms are widely used throughout all areas of IT (information technology). A search engine algorithm, for example, takes search strings of keywords and operators as input, searches its associated database for relevant web pages, and returns results.

An encryption algorithm transforms data according to specified actions to protect it. A secret key algorithm such as the U.S. Department of Defense's Data Encryption Standard (DES), for example, uses the same key to encrypt and decrypt data. As long as the algorithm is sufficiently sophisticated, no one lacking the key can decrypt the data.

The word algorithm derives from the name of the mathematician, Mohammed ibn-Musa al-Khwarizmi, who was part of the royal court in Baghdad and who lived from about 780 to 850. Al-Khwarizmi's work is the likely source for the word algebra as well.[1]


Our reality is a consciousness hologram. Holograms are manifestations of the properties of light, how light is produced and transmitted and how it interacts with itself. The Universe is a time matrix consciousness hologram. Reality is projected as illusion of timelines within the hologram. Our hologram is composed of grids of instruction sets (morphogenetic fields) that could be defined as sets of programmed Algorithms. The hologram is created and linked through a series of web networks that operate similarly as a computer program, with multiple layers of grid matrices code that is based on the mathematical patterns of Sacred Geometry or Creational Code Language.


See Also

Fourier Transform

Spectrum of Frequency

Electromagnetic Wave Spectrum