@article{Filippenko_2018, title={NON-TRADITIONAL CALCULATIONS OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS: Part 1. MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION}, url={https://journal.eu-jr.eu/engineering/article/view/686}, DOI={10.21303/2461-4262.2018.00686}, abstractNote={<p>Different computational systems are a set of functional units and processors that can work together and exchange data with each other if required. In most cases, data transmission is organized in such a way that enables for the possibility of connecting each node of the system to the other node of the system. Thus, a computer system consists of components for performing arithmetic operations, and an integrated data communication system, which allows for information interaction between the nodes, and combines them into a single unit. When designing a given type of computer systems, problems might occur if:</p> <p>– computing nodes of the system cannot simultaneously start and finish data processing over a certain time interval;</p> <p>– procedures for processing data in the nodes of the system do not start and do not end at a certain time;</p> <p>– the number of computational nodes of the inputs and outputs of the system is different.</p> <p>This article proposes an unconventional approach to constructing a mathematical model of adaptive-quantum computation of arithmetic operations of multiplication and division using the principle of predetermined random self-organization proposed by Ashby in 1966, as well as the method of the dynamics of averages and of the adaptive system of integration of the system of logical-differential equations for the dynamics of number-average states of particles <strong>S</strong><sub>1</sub>, <strong>S</strong><sub>2</sub> of sets. This would make it easier to solve some of the problems listed above.</p>}, number={4}, journal={EUREKA: Physics and Engineering}, author={Filippenko, Igor}, year={2018}, month={Jul.}, pages={49-58} }