This page considers knowledge and information sharing issues, including distributed content, entitlement, access control, privacy, information security, encryption/decryption, and collaboration.

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First let's consider a non-exclusive list of key fundamental concepts, reproduced here with permission from the authors at [01 COMMUNICATIONS INC.] who also developed the [DNAOS] technology:

Basic natural information processing and sharing patterns

  1. Information is all we know and manage
  2. Human minds and computers can only process and share information
  3. Processing includes modeling, management, and transformation
  4. Processing is useless without sharing
  5. Without entitlement, sharing is giving
  6. Entitlement is a fundamental resource and relation quality designed to prevent unentitled access to resources
  7. Relations are resources that define and qualify resource associations
  8. Resources are uniquely identified information (if it cannot be identified, it cannot be managed or traced)
  9. Resources have qualities that include metadata, entitlement, and dynamic indicators
  10. Resources contribute to relations
  11. Rules and policies are executable context aware quality attributes
  12. Dynamic Indicators (DIs) are executable rule-based qualities
  13. Classification enables processing (e.g. modeling, management)
  14. Classification is a relation quality between resources and metadata
  15. Metadata are resources that specify resource structure, requirements, constraints, and capabilities
  16. Resource metadata and “(multiple) inheritance” evolve through resource lifecycles, changing at run-time
  17. Resource lifecycles span across applications, systems, and environments
  18. Entitlement requires dynamic selective encryption/decryption
  19. Even fully encrypted resources require unencrypted identification and classification sections for routing
  20. Processes are relations that orchestrate & synchronize resource contributions
  21. Services are processes characterized with service interfaces
  22. Events are resources generated by other resources, as contributions and notifications to relations (e.g. processes, services)
  23. Scalability and agility require parallel transformation pipelines and information streaming
  24. Distributed information stream processing requires generalized information modeling, where content patterns are dynamically analyzed, matched, recognized, and modeled, before they are routed, processed, managed, and shared
  25. Entitlement is required to protect and share distributed information, across applications, systems, silos, and enterprise walls
  26. Executable governance requires effective information models, dynamic (key) indicators, rules and policies, as well as unlimited recursive control granularity
  27. Linked recursive resource structures provide required modeling, management, governance, and sharing granularity & context
  28. Content watermarking patterns (e.g. distinct from container watermarking) are Resource qualities typically used for high traceability and copy protection
  29. Watermarked resource processing requires adaptive content watermarking pattern support
  30. Information modeling is the most generalized form of modeling and all other forms are natural and logical subsets and specializations. Business process modeling, for example, models relations and the participating resource contributions and events

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