Life becomes too trivial. Now, General relativity and Quantum mechanics are not extraordinary things. These theories are rather an everyday engineering tool. For example, the usage of Computational chemistry enables us construct molecules like puzzles. However, very interesting physical theories are being developed now. Modern Superstring theory and M-theory are very exciting and complicated. Even scientists have no hope of practical applications for them now. Rather, they would like to understand the sense of these theories. This article is devoted to software that would be of help to advanced scientists.
It is not easy to study any science intensive software. My software is not only science intensive, it is an interdisciplinary one. Why do we need interdisciplinary software? Let mechanical engineers be engaged by mechanics, and electricians be engaged by electricity. However, I know some engineering problems that includes mechanics, electricity, heat, elasticity phenomena, and also require the usage of star catalogues. For example, an aircraft or spacecraft may be equipped by radio systems, laser altimeters, and astronavigation systems. Merging such problems into a single software framework enables us to solve these problems more effectively. The best understanding of my framework, I've found among advanced mathematicians and IT specialists. Both of them have a good understanding of high levels of abstraction. Otherwise lots of engineers underestimate IT specialists. For example, many engineers do not know about high levels of abstraction in electronic commerce.
Lots of engineering problems do not require advanced math or physics. However, they may be very complicated since they contain many different objects and links between them. This article is devoted to one such problem.