# provide me the algorithm that works with inverse magnetic levitation concepts ?

Here is an algorithm that works with inverse magnetic levitation concepts:
1. Input the desired levitation height and mass of the object to be levitated.
2. Measure the strength of the external magnetic field (B) using a gaussmeter.
3. Calculate the required magnetic force (F) using the formula F = B*q*v, where q is the charge of the object and v is its velocity.
4. Determine the necessary number and orientation of electromagnets required based on the calculated force and the object's mass.
5. Set up the electromagnets in the required positions and connect them to a power source.
6. Adjust the current flowing through the electromagnets to generate the desired magnetic field strength.
7. Use a position sensor (such as a hall-effect sensor) to measure the distance between the object and the magnets.
8. Based on the measured distance, adjust the current flowing through the electromagnets to maintain the desired levitation height.
9. To maintain stability, use a feedback control system that adjusts the current through the electromagnets based on the position sensor readings.
10. Monitor the system for any changes in the external magnetic field or object mass and adjust the current through the electromagnets accordingly.
11. If the object needs to be moved, adjust the current through the electromagnets to create a magnetic gradient that will pull or push the object in the desired direction.
12. When the levitation is no longer needed, turn off the power to the electromagnets to release the object.
13. Monitor the system for any issues or malfunctions and take appropriate measures to fix them.
14. End the algorithm.