The “Ride The Mainstream!” project for the IDESG, in 5 15 minutes. Some immediate NSTIC and IDESG Standards Coordination i mplications. Provision for Anonymity/Pseudonymity by limiting processing to specified context, implicitly implementing the principle of least privilege.
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Deliverables would enable initial AOS to rapidly
verify old and help suggest new functionality.
Anonymity (and pseudonymity) are merely one of the many possible consequences of
Wikipedia: “Bounded rationality is the idea that in decision-making, rationality of individuals is limited by the information they have, the cognitive limitations of their minds, and the finite amount of time they have to make a decision. It was proposed by Herbert A. Simon as an alternative basis for the mathematical modeling of decision making, as used in economicsand related disciplines; it complements rationality as optimization, which views decision-making as a fully rational process of finding an optimal choice given the information available.
Is merely one of the phenomena of the natural
Simplification of Complexity
But whereas in microeconomics it is regarded as a human shortcoming and modeling problem, in TMA it is a feature we can leverage: if we can limit processing to specified context (and the AOS does so) we can offer anonymity and, more generally, actually effect the realization of
the Principle of Least Privilege.
TMA enables an almost complete transcending of those limitations.
(2 weeks’ full-time work for a small team?)
The weak answer:
Remember that 2 steps were proposed:
“SCC immediately involves existing Providers in the TMA-organized specification of current public interfaces and the modeling of Use Cases. Deliverables would enable initial AOS to rapidly verify old and help build new functionality.”
Only the “help build” (or “suggest”) part would be new coding.
That is a consequence of numerous major aspects or considerations. Here’s a mere sample:
So we get high agility and thence evolvability, implying more effective discovery of needs.
The immediate project proposed would be a demonstration of several important issues:
For the initial project as proposed (that is, before the first running AOS):
The desk-demonstrable ability to act as middleware between any combination of interoperating applications using n interfacing standards, with programming effort of the order of n not n2 or higher.
That would be thanks to the role of Common Knowledge expressed in terms of discovered TMA-organized ontologies. The AOS itself will strongly support that discovery process.