The purpose of the program is to break through the bottlenecks of the current Von Neumann computers to develop the next generation of intelligent machines in simulation of human brains. The key to the development of cognitive computers "should be an integration of philosophical, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurology computing, computer architecture theories." In the human brain, the orbitofrontal cortex and the occipital lobe, the temporal lobe and the parietal lobe are in broad bi-layered formation so that bi-way logic calculations of cognitive behaviors can be carried out between sensation and perception memories. It is by adopting such bi-way nerve structure as models that Sinobioway Group managed to objectively simulate the human brain's cognitive behavior.
   In the field of mathematics, Gödel and other mathematicians have proposed the concept of layered collection, but there was no clear physical structure of the layered collection. Sinobioway Group, using the layered collection as a set of mathematical tools, has properly integrated the relationship between sensation and perception, provided a computational model of cognitive behavior, and a complete theory of cognitive logic. The concept that the cognitive behavior of human brains has a natural sequence has provided guidance to the establishment of the cognitive logic – layered collection mathematical model. 
   Using the cognitive logic-layered collection algorithm, Sinobioway Group has developed a set of natural language and knowledge processing software, a cognitive logic processing hardware, and 3-SAT problem identification software. All preliminary research drew the same conclusion: the use of Sinobioway cognitive logic can facilitate learning, semantic queries and knowledge reasoning. In other words, Sinobioway cognitive logic method can be used as parallel solutions for the next generation of non-Von Neumann computers.