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Applications, Organizations and Solution Model Sections

This section overviews the application of the theory and content we have put in place in the theoretical models. This section is organized from the top of the vertical technology stack to the bottom, each volume deals with specific layers in the new 3rd generation web technology. 

Applications, Organizations and Solution Model Sections

Volume 33 – Planetary Management Systems – An Introduction to Planetary Management on Planet Earth – The planetary management system overviews the various goals of planetary management in relationship to systemic and exacerbatory mechanisms. It also overviews the function of these elements in the context of existential rights and various rights classes, along with decision trees as they relate to these items. It then focuses on each system classification and the subsystems with them, monitoring, adjudication, remedial action and work in relationship to these systems.

Volume 34 – General Technological Architecture - Frameworks, Networks, Ecosystems, Platforms, Tools and Instruments – This volume overviews the framework, networks, ecosystems, platforms, mini-platforms, applications, drivers, tools and instruments in the USM from a theoretical level. It drills down to practical level supplements that identify current versions and iterations of each of these.

Volume 35 – Governance Layer Overview – This volume overviews the governance layer, how it works the vertical translation between itself and other layers, as well as the structure of various instruments within the layer. It overviews Sphere of Influence calculations, demographic determination, timeline mechanisms in relationship decision modeling.

Volume 36 – Ambassador and Diplomat Layer – this volume overviews the functions of various political positions within the self-organizing governance layer and its role as a liaison within the layer and between this layer and that of localized nation states.

Volume 37 – Network Side Guide Layer – this volume describes the workings of being a network side guide, the qualifications for it, various tools and instruments in relationship to this role, like guide stations, beacons, search orbs, communiques and the relationship between this layer and the RD side guide layer.

Volume 38 – Internet of Things and the National Data Grid – the national data grid provides a planetary data grid for managing, distributing, protecting and sharing data at a global level.

Volume 39 – Digital Property, The Nexus and Central Organizing Principle – This volume overviews the standards and procedures for working with digital property.

Volume 40 – Semantic Web and Standard Web Layers and Information Sources – This overviews the relationship and differences in ways of knowing, traditional information sources and validation, semantic web relationships and more.

Volume 41 – Producer Side Guide Layers – This deals with the policies, procedures and activities of RD side guides and the check and balance systems for maintaining information integrity on the network.

Volume 42 – National Ambassador and Diplomatic Layer – this volume deals with currently existing political relationships and treatise as they relate to current political models and localized issues.

Volume 43 – Nationalities, Sovereignty, Participatory Models, Standards and Interfaces – This volume outlines how nations can participate in the global governance model, where the spheres of influence are, what jurisdictions apply and more.

Volume 44 – Physical World Layers, Infrastructure, Standards and Integrations – this volume looks at the integrations between the Digital layer and the central organizing principles housed there and the literally on the ground implementation through various frameworks, infrastructures and standards as well as integrations with existing and legacy systems.

Volume 45 – New Layer in Cyberspace – this volume describes the different layers legal frameworks and technological layers as they pertain to the third generation web.

Applied Theory Technological Components - Section 7

The applied theory section overviews each of the technology components within the USM architecture as a means of drilling down to the nuances of each component.

Volume 46 – Broad Scale Operating System and Platforms – This volume overviews and analogizes human operating systems to AI operating systems within the context of a macroscale planetary operating system.

Volume 47 – Platform Design, Devices, Tools and Instruments – This volume overviews how the platforms are designed and the integrations with devices, tools and instruments.

Volume 48 – Robotics and AI – Automation very small scale to very large scale systems – this volume overviews the robotics and automation technologies that range from nano-technologies to large scale production systems. With this in mind it sets forth frameworks and standards for integration and means of production dyanamics.

Volume 49 – Andrea Project – Robotics and Android OS – this volume contains a comprehensive overview of the Andrea project with operating systems, devices, peripherals, accessories, drivers, integrations and network support.

Volume 50 – Universes, Space generation, multiverse, knowledge representation, metaphor mapping, mindspaces, temporal spaces, game spaces, modalities and auto-generation – this volume overviews each of these topics and how they relate to production side and user generated content and knowledge transfer.

Volume 51 – Metaphor Mapping, Meta-language, and Knowledge Representation – this volume overview three critically important and inter-related subjects. It provides an overview of the production dynamics for backend processes.

Volume 52 – Complete Hardware Ecosystem – frameworks, platforms, miniplatforms, applications, drivers and device interfaces – this volume provides a granular itemized catalog of the various moving components that go into the hardware eco-systems. It also overviews each class of hardware including: consoles, desktops, laptops, tablets, phone, accessories, droids, robots, androids, drones and more.

Volume 53 – Complete Software Ecosystem – this volume overviews software frameworks, platforms, mini-platforms applications, drivers and devices.

Volume 54 – Complete Services Ecosystem – this volume overviews the various service offerings of the RDIM and the value added and unique capabilities of these services in relationship to our technological infrastructure.

Volume 55 – Complete Media Content and Content Generation Ecosystem – this overviews the pipelines and strategies for content generation, rating, and reputation management paradigms in relationship to content generation strategies, classes and subclasses.

Volume 56 – Complete Connection Matrix – this volume overviews connectivity, security, stability, fail over, fault tolerance in areas of virtual networks, spaceship communication, remoting applications and real-world conveyance and integration. It also overviews AR, VR and MR applications.

Operations, Production and Management Section 8

The operations production and management section covers the overviews and drilldowns necessary for the production side of the inter-organizational RDIM.

Volume 57 – Central Operations Manual – Production Side – deals with production side architecture. Provides a comprehensive overview of all op-erations, simulations and automations for the launching and maintaining of the USM including the governance model and 3rd generation web architecture. The Central Operations Manual covers all operational functionality that in-cludes but is not limited to: database table structures, failover policy, security, bridge operations, NOC operations, data center operations, production pro-cess, simulations and automation processes.

Volume 58 - Central Operations Manual – Network Side – deals with network side architecture. Provides a comprehensive overview of all op-erations, simulations and automations for the launching and maintaining of the USM including the governance model and 3rd generation web architecture. The Central Operations Manual covers all operational functionality that in-cludes but is not limited to: database table structures, failover policy, security, bridge operations, NOC operations, data center operations, production pro-cess, simulations and automation processes.

Volume 59 – Launch and Market Strategy – Migration Paths – this volume deals with migration paths and launch strategies in relationship to existing platforms and competitive organizations. It outlines line item critical mass and value proposition arguments for each market segment and migrations path sequence.

Volume 60 – Launch Strategy Handbook – The launch strategy handbook outlines assumptions and best case worst case scenarios for launch in relationship to market strategies and gaining critical mass market share.

Volume 61– Master Database Handbook – The master database handbook overviews both resident database frameworks and structures as well as external information provider resources. It covers shallow and deep web resources as well as commercial databases all in all covering nearly 95% of the world’s information.

Volume 62 – Databases, Tables and Management Structures – this volume overviews internal tables that include people side and machine side structures and frameworks as they relate to production level environments.

Volume 63 – Screens and Panels – This volume overviews the screens and panels for the front end and production side environments.

Volume 64 – Database structures and Architectures – this volume overviews the organizational structures for n-dimensional database configurations and the logic behind applying which structures where.

Volume 65 – Mining and Metaphor Mapping Handbook – this volume contains an index and catalog of data mining and metaphor mapping virtual circuitry used within the productions side environment.

Volume 66 – Effects and Representations – This volume overviews and catalogs the integrations between meta-language, effects and knowledge representation standard components used in the user interface.

Volume 67 – Code Volumes – this volume overviews supplements of millions of lines of computer code used to generate the technology. Organized with various indexing patterns pertaining to language deprecation, language versions and code databases. It is in effect a hard copy of the code library resources and their mirrored hard copies.

Volume 68 – Security and Security Structure – This volume provides a high level overview for obvious reasons of the network security and security structures with proprietary index supplementing for granular drill down on specifics.

Volume 69 – Propulsion Systems and Energy Sources – this volume covers the theoretical foundation as well as applied technology indexing for General Spacecrafts part of the RDIM new anti-gravitation propulsion technology. This includes new energy modules and systems.

Volume 70 – Spacecraft Handbook and Supplement Index – this volume overviews the final part of the architecture that includes spaceship classes and designs utilizing the new propulsion technology rather than brute force rocket engines.

Organizations and Organizational Relationship - Section 9

This section overviews the RDIM and how the organizations work together to support the overall infrastructures and the technologies within them.

Volume 71 – Rational Data Industry Model (RDIM) – This volume provides an overview of the social entrepreneurial industry model and the role each organization plays to bring the necessary working parts together to support the USM. These organizations include: standards organizations, educational organizations, news organizations, production groups and publishing. It also pro-vides entry points for developers, 3rd party organizations and other participants. The Industry model sup-ports macro-models, frameworks, platforms, micro-models, applications and other components.

Field Specific Solution Models and Management Systems - Section 10

Within this section we overview field specific solutions, in general the USM deals first with systemic issues and provides a restructured solution to these issues. Within the new framework we can then deliver segment specific solutions to various issues.

Volume 72 – Introduction to Segment Specific Solution Models (SSSM’s) and Management Systems – this volume overviews the structure and integrations of segment specific solutions while providing new frameworks within an understanding model. It is within this envelope that management systems can be developed.

Volume 73 – Segment Specific Solution Models Overviews and Supplement Index – there are a number of SSSM’s and for this reason the volume overviews each and provides a drill down index for each.

Volume 74 – Contraction and Expansion Models – As paradigms shift and needs change within an empowered environment the rate of change can become unmanageable and systemically disruptive to human processes and adaptation rates. Because of this to limit economic fallout and transitional difficulties contraction and expansion models were developed. This volume overviews the workings and application of each of these.

Volume 75 – Management Systems Integration and Service – within the solution model envelope is the need to manage systems and regulate exacerbatory instances. This volume overviews the integration of management systems with solution models and required service factors in relationship to this integration.

Volume 76 – Index, Glossary, Reference and Resources – this volume provides indexing for the whole set, in addition relevant terms in a glossary for the set and other drill down publications.

Note: Supplements and Segment Specific Solution Models are not included within the BBS - because of the voluminous nature of the volumes and the drill down publications. In general there is an indexing volume to the whole segment specific libraries.

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