The article exposes techniques for improving the quality indices of engineering devices or systems with non-uniform structure using vector models based on symmetric and asymmetric integrations which reduces the component count. These design techniques make it possible to configure systems with fewer elements and bonds than at present, while maintaining or improving on resolving ability and the other significant characteristics of the system. The objective of the work is development of the technologically optimum distributed systems theory, and the generalization of these methods and results to the optimization of a larger class of technological system, including applications to vector data coded design of signals for communications and interface a communication system with a computer. Expected technological result of the work is a better understanding of the role of symmetry and asymmetry interrelation in fundamental and applied research in systems engineering, for improving such indices as reliability, precision, speed, and functionality, using innovative methodologies based on the favorable qualities of symmetry and asymmetry optimal cyclic proportions, with direct applications to electric engineering, computer systems, and other engineering areas. The optimization has been embedded in the underlying proportions. The remarkable properties and structural perfection of multidimensional cyclic proportions provide many opportunities to apply them to numerous brunches of science and advanced technology. Solution problem of system redundancy involving world-wide harmony laws provides a better understanding of the role of interconnection between symmetry and asymmetry to apply them to advanced technology.