Integer, Number, Text, Boolean, Date, Time, Object, Array, Matrix, Table
Image, Sound, Video, Graphics, Time Series, Network
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Having worked in all the major mapping systems over the past 50 years, I will take the best idea of each. Information has three basic parts in any system, the attributers, the
physical charisterics, and its logic charisterics. Most of the commercial
systems containing logical charisterics are no longer viable products, however
this does not mean that the knowledge is not required. It simply means the human
effort out weights its usefulness. If I can reduce the human effort to zero,
then logic networks can become an integral part of any application.
There are different uses of networks, commonly used for electrical systems,
and piping systems. The IBM GFIS system for electrical networks used the concept
of RUNGS, and the ESRI network for the OIL and GAS industry uses the
concept of Dynamic Segmentation, a modified version of PipeView.
I will combine both systems into a single "Collapsible Network", and when
combined to vertical and horizontal partitions
should produce a workable system for any size application.
There are many uses of networks such as "flight control systems", "software
programs", and "work order management systems". The term "Collapsible Network"
is used to describe a system of collection point nodes that can accumulate
values of sub-networks for analysis. For "Jane" to manage all
information, logical information structures must be a fundamental part of her,
and therefore it will be implemented at the compiler level.