V-Real is a software virtual reality system that basically stores everything in terms of objects in points in space.
While that is now the external legacy API, internal mechanics and force models are implemented in terms of natural surface terms with modern data representations.
Basically towards implementation of bibliographies of surface and matter representations in voxel space, vari-scale effects are modeled (modelled) among external datagraphic references.
Then, there is ready cloning in Monte Carlo and MCMC for system smoothing through parallel local minima detection. Those then balancing the time effects in the serial, computational resources mutually minimize in product maintenance effects, maintaining error term off cut boundaries.
With then generally available solvers across layers V-Real is an industrial strength systemic modeling tool.
Then for this, part of the idea is to maintain the geometries in hi-definition. Most of the art geometry is in the triangles exported, so it would be good to get internal data representations from the running program. Thus it includes runtime analysis runtimes.
Really it is key then to model the local data representations, then import and export in the 3-D.
Towards that there should be the general multi-layer integrative dataspace over integrating data.
For that then is a study of the integrative mathematics of the three-dimensional dataspace. For that, statistics are built into the datatypes, so then types of data from different sources are gathered together and build statistics together.
With a scaleable multi-user graphical interface, V-Real is targeted towards application.
Then, to do that, I need the statistics and the runtimes. Also, there is the computational geometry machinery, which includes mathematics and the scalar description of algorithms.