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This page is renewed on 13 May 2019


The owner of this site is an independent researcher. Until 2001 he was a senior software system architect in a company that produces hardware components and high-tech as well as consumer appliances. This site is used by him to ventilate his vision on software system architecture. Visitors are invited to react and criticize on the presented concepts.


The second objective is the presentation and discussion of concepts that occur in present day fundamental physics.


My conviction (SW):
"The trend to software components that can be expected will finally result in a successful technology. This technology will provide the high degree of reuse that the World is waiting for."


My conviction (quantum mechanics):

“The holographic principle and the Bekenstein bound or one of its equivalents probably are properties of an infinite dimensional  Hilbert space, that is defined with the field of quaternionic numbers. In addition relativity can find its ground in this Hilbert space.”


Keywords (SW):

Architecture; reuse; CBD; component based development; COM; object-oriented; IDE; resource restricted real-time embedded applications; XMI; XML; repositories


Keywords (science):

Fundamental physics;quantum logic;quantum mechanics;quantum gravity;emergent spacetime;




Documents and presentations (download)


Managing the generation process (2002)


Story of the war against software complexity


A more rational way to program storage and communication of objects


Old C# lib containing utilities supporting the ideas of the above article


Part of an application that uses this library


Newer version of C# lib including generics


Overview of modular system generation (ppt)

ComponentTechnologysession I(ppt)


ComponentTechnologysession II(ppt)




The C# code used to implement the component based software generation system described above. (2004, 45MB zip) If you want to build such a system. Then it is advisable to use a better data handling subsystem as is provided by the class libs described above.


Example repositories(Zip)




Managing the generation process (2002)


Story of the war against software complexity


A more rational way to program storage and communication of objects


Modular software generation (managers)


Modular software generation (technical)


Example public repository (Please allow scripts)


Example local repository (Please allow scripts)


Allowing scripts make the XSD and XSL files accessible. If this does not work due to your internet security settings or due to the fact that the internet access of your browser cannot cope with very large url’s, then download the example repositories (on the left) and access them locally by clicking a default.html file.


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 Alternative link to Component based software generation code:

Alternative link to OldLib:

Alternative link to NewLib:


Documents and presentations (download)


How the brain works

How the brain works


The brain and physical reality

Optics compared to quantum mechanics


A bare bone vision on the origin of physical dynamics


On the origin of physical dynamics and the reason of existence of special relativity.


How the world works (This story treats the stuff of the next document without formulas. However, this can only be done in the form of a tale.)


Example quantum logical proposition 

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On the origin of dynamics, version1

The above document is published at: .

On the origin of dynamics, version2


Quantum logic


Dynamic quantum logic contains conclusions taken on logical implications.


Remarkable things in quantum physics

There exists a tendency in nature to reduce complexity







Optics compared to quantum mechanics


How the world works


Example quantum logical proposition











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