Continuous processing of large amounts of information on virtual computer memory was considered technically unrealizable. This is not technical problem, but algorithmics problem. The paper provides solution to this problem by using an example of an artificial intelligence BEG tool supercomputer, by controlling the automated movement of program modules on virtual memory, and by switching RAM units with processors for optimal processing of module programs. Large programs with deterministic communication modules are analyzed by cognitive algorithms of control and use of resources of BEG supercomputer. Continuous program processing on the virtual memory of a resource-deterministic BEG supercomputer reduces the waiting time for the program calculation result compared to non-deterministic resource-control supercomputers.