This is a list of files and links necessary to build actual xd4 model from skewed model by author. They are structured into:

  • edge-source: current active
  • x-source: vital for concept
  • q-source: vital for discipline specific association
  • y-source: vital for implementation and background build
  • static-source: minimum evaluation boundary

The static references are the data base for ‘qip8’. Until xd4 is further developed the static re/sources are specific, most from physics or multiplex research. The ‘Edge’ sources are actively encorporated into xd4 at the moment (some might require translation, they are marked and will be either german or chinese). As edge sources are active, their position in xd4 is not fix yet

A central theory is the GTH-Correspondence, an aperiodic relationsship in meta-logics between Goedel Unvollständigkeit, Turing Computability and Heisenberg Uncertainty which is resembled in central concepts in conceptronics being alignable from supermatrix design perspective. The language build around it is Q-DNA, respective quoeto.

last update 05.09.2020,

Edge Sources

September 2020 And their youtube channel referencing the past conference:

Natural Hazards Center || CONVERGE: Coordinated Social Science, Engineering, and Interdisciplinary Extreme Events Research


Digital Future Challenge (University based discussion about Digital Responsibility, in german) ISBN: 978-3-9821601-0-8

The Future Of Nature And Business (World Economic Forum with AlphaBeta) ”New Nature Economy Report II”

Multiplex computation architecture:

Procompiled and data:

Collection of news and anti-fakenews approaches: We understand their news to stem from synchronized sources in the future; enabling their(

) synchronization through compatible parametrization. This would allow consistency in source-based journalism and enable analytics of their multilink relevance via a model.

World saving actors, reference systems for xd4 and planx development (partial overlap)



x-Source list

  • A scalable pipeline for designing reconfigurable organisms (Kriegmann, Blackiston, Levin, Bongard)
  • Theodor Nelson’s Xanadu
  • HTR Solver (Renzo, Urzay)
  • PiGx (bioinformatics)
  • Chimera state From complex networks to spatiotempo (Zheng)
  • Neuralink white paper (Musk)
  • Metamaterial Geometry for xenobots basics:

q-Source list

q-source is Compactification of UX, Data, Data abstractions (news) and formalism amplification

UX/UI environment:

missing sources:

  • ‘xenologic’ correction of Draft on RG
  • ‘hyperconvergence’ draft on RG
  • Quoeto dev outline (release before ~04.08)
  • ‘hypercognition’ paper (release before 24.07)
  • Foundations of anthropocomputation (draft within 2020)
  • Byte-ethics (~2021)
  • upcomming momentum correlahedron file
  • Further sourcing:
    • Missing functionality:
      • q-source-routing) and y-source-explicit

y-Source list


Static Sources

[1] M. Planat, R. Aschheim, M. M. Amaral, K. Irwin,
“Quantum Computation and Measurements from an
Exotic Space-Time R4”
[2] D. Deutsch, “Quantum theory, the church-turing principle and the universal
quantum computer”
[3] A. Bauer, Making of the HoTT Book, [and the
content of the HoTT book]
[4] V. Klika, M. Pavelka, P. Vagner, M. Grmela, “Dynamic Maximum Entropy
[5] Lake, Miller, Ganardi, Liu, Liang, Paterek, “Generalised uncertainty
relations from superpositions of geometries”
[6] A. Chern, “Fluid Dynamics with Incompressible Schrödinger Flow”
[7] M. Savage, “Nuclear Physics from QCD : The Anticipated Impact of ExaScale Computing”
[8] M. Di Renzo, L. Fu, J. Urzay, “HTR solver: An open-source exascaleoriented task-based multi-GPU high-order code for hypersonic
[9] D. Damgaard, L. Ferro, T. Lukowskib, M. Parisi, “The momentum
[10] B. Eden, P. Heslop, L. Mason, “The Correlahedron”
[11] S. Osat, F. Radicchi, F. Papadopoulos, “k-core structure of real multiplex
[12] A. Santoro, V. Nicosia “Algorithmic complexity of multiplex networks”
[13] A. Goryashko, L. Samokhine, P. Bocharov, “About complexity of complex
[14] M. J. Lake, M. Miller, R. F. Ganardi, Z. Liu, S.-D. Liang, T. Paterek,
“Generalised uncertainty relations from superpositions of geometries”
[15] J. Sterling, C. Angiuli, D. Gratzer, “A Cubical Language For Bishop Sets”
[16] J. Sawicki, S. Ghosh, S. Jalan, A. Zakharova “Chimeras in Multiplex
Networks: Interplay of Inter- and Intra-Layer Delays”
[17] S. Buchholz, “A Theory of Neural Computation with Clifford Algebras”
[18] A. M. Turing, “On computable numbers, wtith an application to the
[19] C. Furey, “Three generations, two unbroken gauge symmetries, and one
eight-dimensional algebra”
[20] C. Furey, “Standard model physics from an algebra?”
[21] G. Mussardo, R. Bonsignori, A. Trombettoni, “The inverse Yang-Lee

To be referenced (repetitions due to lack of tree for sources yet):