1) An unconstrained environmental factors health informatics platform. The diagrams below are 'cleansed.'
The diagram below is an excerpt from an RDF lifestyle/medical/occupational/environmental graph exploring how one
might go about finding patterns leading to an understanding of the causation and/or prevention of specific diseases.
In addition to providing world-class analytics algorithms, it would provide reusable information security and
researcher-population survey sub-systems so that researchers would not have to spend research dollars
on commonly required IT infrastructure.
Two illustrative slides from presentation - an Argument Diagram and a Distributed Collaboration Diagram:
3) Common underlying technologies for both of above:
I developed a core Java in-memory RDF 'triple store' - actually a QuadStore (subject, predicate, object, uuid).
This QuadStore supports a handful of graph query operations and could easily be instrumented to work in a parallel, distributed environment via a TCP agent layer.
Informal Observations on a Google+ Posting
A mini-presentation on an informal experiment related to a Google+ posting's statistics and, especially, the posting of a spreadsheet with statistics on the photo posting.
Here is a link to the PDF presentation
Lens Test Pattern
Here is a home-made lens test pattern. (The image below is just a low-resolution screenshot - don't use it.)
If you buy a 2' x 3' foam board, you can tape several of these sheets to cover it with test patterns. I had
Kinkos print 10 sheets on their best color printer and taped these to the foam board. I also taped a mirror
to the center of the foam board in order to ensure perpendicularity of the optical axis of my camera lens
with the foam board.
Image Processed PowerPoint Background (for light text presentations)
Random Software-Generated Background Graphics
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