Associative Data Modeling Demystified (Part 6)

Associative Data Modeling Demystified (Part 6)

It is remarkable how we’ve turned an electronic device that only processes 1s and 0s into an inseparable intelligent companion and trustworthy assistant. There is a long historical record of technological achievements in the development of computable information and the interactive engagement of the user. In every step of our technological progress, we’ve made systems with better performance, pushing towards a simpler, extensible, modifiable, scalable, and generic logic.

The key behind this imaginative use of computers is the captivating abstract thinking process of the human brain. The R3DM/S3DM conceptual and logical framework is an attempt to model databases with the very same intimate mechanism that creates models. In this endeavor, there could not be a better theory for the base of R3DM/S3DM other than Aristotle’s theory on semiosis. Semiotics is the study of meaning-making and it binds semantics with symbolic representation and transformation, which is the bread and butter of computer programs and digital storage. R3DM/S3DM is not only conceived along this theory; it is also implemented with those semiotic principles in mind.


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May 23, 2017 at 07:39AM


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