I am developing a client-server software platform that I believe one day could be used in an embedded turbulence suppression system. The system proposes database index of motion sensor readouts and rudder positions. Every time "t" there is a database query retrieving a multitude of possible plane positions at "t+n milliseconds". It is a query against a very large dataset comparable in size to a search engine query. Thus every time t there is a dataset of possible aircraft positions at, for example, t+1second, supplied with turbulence detector readings. The system chooses most stable flight track based on retrieved data rather than performing real-time calculations. The database index would be computed in stationary environment with help of high performance supercomputers that are too large to be placed aboard an aircraft. So a plane takes up a databank of pre-computed flight patterns. The reason I think my system can work is that I was able to code an object oriented programming language that runs inside of a database. I theorize it's possible to implement this language in a high-performance calculator rather than an OS-operated computer. Configurations of connected sensors and rudder readouts is loaded into the system via serialized strings (ex. JSON). My client-server architecture does not have "middle-tier" like most (or all?) 3-tier web application systems. There are functioning prototypes of this system components. I'm looking to raise a discussion or receive criticism. Gonki.