I am a Node on the Edge because I cannot claim to have all the answers or a decade long history of experience but I can help to define questions to be solved. Hopefully their is a potential finite set of questions that allow most requirements be solved and my aim is define these with collaboration of the community.
It would be amazing if these questions developed into some kind of NP Complete space where they all referred to one question such in NP Complete Theory or Monty Pythons Holy Grail but that is/maybe asking too much?
Friday, 11 September 2015
The biggest of them all of course BIG DATA
DEFINITION : Has of three V's Volume Velocity Variety
Large amount of Data either structured or unstructured from a specific source.
Friday, 4 September 2015
Wednesday, 2 September 2015
information Overload tabulating Machine
"The end of the quilt pen" "Automation of documentation"
e.g. The 1880 US Census took 8 year Hollerith Tabulating Machine 1881
to tabulate and it was estimated 1890 used to tabulate the census in one
documenting for knowledge research expansion of libraries
" When records began" "Accessible records"
e.g. The 1932 US population boom
and more documentation Social Security ID etc
expansion and requirement for communication The setting up of Networks
" Instant communication " " Connected Devices"
e.g The invention of the telephone from the e.g. Radio's, LAN's, Mobile Telephones
1st patent by A G Bell to mass use from and world wide web with IP
1930's to near universal usage from 1960's
defining of Information Theory
" Clear Signals "
e.g. Shannon and Weaver published in 1949
The Mathematical Theory of Communication
to define how to send and define information
to be measured or manipulated
3D Data Management Controlling Data Volume Velocity Variety Doug Laney 2001
What is it?
Volume - How much
Velocity - How produced at what speed
Variety - How much variety in attributes
Sensors on processes Sensors on interactions of Processes Sensors on interaction of Objects