EXINT is a byte-aligned universal code with complete support for the integers. It is byte-order agnostic and has O(1) time performance when bounded by the system datapath, integer, or memory width.
The control problem is a question posed by Nick Bostrom on how to limit advanced artificial intelligence while still benefiting from its use. I propose an extension to the original control problem that separates it into a local and global version. I then provide proofs that the global version has no solution.