you can process as many computers as want as you can fit them into a wave form.
with taking two sums of the waves, multiplying them together, doing the same thing for the opposing content store, then adding them together, taking them from 4, then dividing by 2, then adding them to the sum of the waves again, then dividing by 2 again.
then you have now converged the waves.
then just test for amplitude difference from before and after a test convergence for the harmonic in question, and if it didnt change, then you know the processor was in it. (its one bus bit per processor, im talking here.)
but guess what, if that works, i feel like a little kid in toy land everything is so easy.
Note, its a little disturbing that by just looking at the level which can skyrocket a ginormous amount, you detect a tiny disturbance at the bottom. and also, its disturbing that you can process the entirety of the bus supplied inside the wave all at once through fairly ordinary logic procedures.