HIP technology



Human-centric Information Production technology



February 16, 2003

Dr. Paul S. Prueitt

Research Professor, The George Washington University

Proposed Center for Knowledge Sharing




Natural intelligence can work with computers using the functional decomposition of an (AIPM) actionable intelligence process model. 


OntologyStream companies supply technology for instrumentation and measurements as well as encoding and interpretation.   The HIP technologies are based on special hash tables and mathematical constructions.  HIP provides a repository for the measurement of structural invariance in signal, and for the annotation of this structure by humans.  See { ^ }


Common belief holds that information production is a process that relies on humans.  In fact most defence information workers, such as intelligence analysts, understand the failure of artificial intelligence.  This understanding is consistent with cognitive neuroscience and the social sciences.  Many scholars believe that the natural sciences should play a more dominate role in IT funding decisions. 


A new class of information production tools produces self-organizing maps of linguistic variations and clustering of documents using latent indexing.  Topic Maps and XML are used, and used a way that allows a flexible co-production of information involving knowledge workers and advanced computer processes.


One may observe that information production tools generate something called machine ontology, and that this work product reveals real time information about complex events such as terrorism events and biological events. 


A poll of defence intelligence workers reveals a common agreement that humans produce information – and computers, sometimes, move information that has been produced. 


We find the following opinions.


1)   Information technology has been perceived as a retrieval of information that has been placed into a database, or email, or documents. 


2)   Intelligence workers are confused by the mismatch between IT marketing literature and the performance of IT products when used in real time crisis management.


With this polling result it is possible to develop new understanding that is consistent with the cognitive neuroscience and the social systems.


The Knowledge Sharing Foundation (KSF) is the proper means to establish this understanding. 


Why is this? 


1)   Because the KSF requires that information production tools be packaged without vendor control into a suite of tools that is accompanied by liberal education regarding the nature of data, information and human knowledge sharing. 

2)   The KSF IPTs’ each have instrumentation within the code that reports use statistics for purposes of measuring information sharing and production. 


A utility function is established that delivers compensation to suppliers of information production tools, educational resources and to humans who are demonstrating value to the system through the sharing of tacit knowledge.




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