CTMUCharge Time Measurement Unit
CTMUCognitive-Theoretic Model of the Universe
CTMUCentral Training Management Unit (UK)
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The CTMU metaformal system can be brought to rest on a single "closure meta-axiom", the Analytic Reality Closure Principle (ARC), which is also called the "CTMU Identification (or Intelligibility) Axiom".
ARC can also be rendered as the "CTMU Reality Principle":
The CTMU is a constant current source that can be turned on and off in <1 ns.
I is the output current of the CTMU current source; C is the input capacitance of the ADC plus any stray capacitance; and V is measured by the ADC.
To model religious languages on the appropriate metaphysical level of logic and consistently express their interrelationships, the CTMU employs a trialic metalogical language which constitutes its own universe and its own model, and is thus capable of autonomously validating certain religious claims of truth and consistency.
Despite the fact that an elementary formulation of the CTMU has elicited relatively little academic interest after nearly three decades since its introduction, it is natural to ask how it is likely to impact the intellectual environment.
PIC32 Cap Touch CTMU Evaluation Board: http://www.microchip.com/get/3XE8
The trialic supertautological identity M can be developed into the Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe or CTMU, a reality-theoretic structure with formallinguistic, geometric, and model-theoretic aspects.
In the first decade of this millennium, the CTMU was succinctly described as follows:
In addition to their on-chip CTMU and ADC peripherals, the general-purpose dsPIC33FJ16 "GP" devices include a Real-Time Clock/Calendar and up to 21 general-purpose output pins, making them ideal for driving intelligent sensors.
In CTMU, Langan develops a metaphysical framework built on logic that is recursively meaningful.
The descriptions in both Novel View and CTMU coincide well as to the types of universal complex emergent capacities that appear from our assessments, as shown in Table 1.