This paper describes a method to control the information that generates within a computer system. The main computer system exchanges information with the outside world by utilizing a secondary computer that acts as an interface. The total system consists of the main computer, the secondary computer and an optical-visual information exchange mechanism. When the main computer requires to gather information from the outside world through computer networks, the information in the form of byte streams is supplied to the secondary computer first. Secondly, this information is transformed from byte streams to visual information in the form of pixel patterns. By utilizing the optical–visual information exchange mechanism, these visual patterns are fed into the main computer. upon receiving the visual information, the main computer will interpret them to information that includes both data and instructions according to a pre-configured set of mechanisms. This generation procedure of information after interpreting from visual data enables the main computer a greater control of deciding which types of information in the form of instructions and data should exist within the computer. whenever the main computer requires to send information to the outside world through computer networks, the main computer transfers that information in the form of visual data to the secondary computer. The secondary computer upon receiving this visual information will transform them into byte streams which will be sent to the outside world through computer networks.
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abeysekera, punarjeewa, "The Generating Information Controlling Main Computer that uses a Secondary Computer for Information Exchange", Technical Disclosure Commons, (October 18, 2021)