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It is difficult to pre-program complex executions that can emerge out of such large amount of diverse and fuzzy conditions, especially as they change dynamically based on each human being's changing conditions and environments.
A system is needed which must take into account the obvious errors such interactions can produce in real time, dynamically optimize them by retrieving information collected from similar past interactions to experiment with them, modify them if necessary, utilize them, detect the results and store the useful ones for future reference when similar events occur again, taking into account their trends, probability factors, etc.
Even with a highly conservative estimate of 100 such interactions per person per day, 7 hundred billion interactions affect 7 billion plus people existing in the world today on every passing day. Gauging the importance of such a ubiquitous phenomenon, finding a system which can do the same had been on a high priority for an inquisitive person like me. To do so, I had to "invent" a system which can make "its own decisions".
Taking cues from split-brain studies, which revealed that each brain hemisphere processes thoughts in different ways, I started developing and tweaking a model, resulting into "Dichotomized Operating System model" (DOS model), along with its core mechanism, "Interaction Processing System" (IPS).
As IPS takes advantage of DOS, how it works can only be explained after explaining DOS and its relation to it, as given in the next topic.