Examples of information when used inside an application

Here are some examples of capabilities that using information provides for a program when used inside an application:

  • Allocation: Balancing/distribution/Balancing/resource allocation
  • Building AI: Knowledge representation/AI/Data–>Information–>Ontologies->AI.
  • Context/metadata: Metadata/Context/Richer metadata.
  • Defined data: characterized data/data context/semantic data/soft coded context.
  • Evolving systems: Evolution/Genetic Algorithms/Genetic algorithms.
  • Fuzzy information: Anti-aliasing data and information.
  • Generators: Creation/Creating new things programmatically.
  • Handling 0nf: automation/Conflated information handling (0NF).
  • Importance/order: Ordering/Importance management/Prioritization.
  • Judgment: Action/decision/function/Decision automation.
  • Knowledge/Information: Core information functionality above the level of data.
  • Languages: Natural language/sub-natural languages.
  • Mutual languages for users/humans/computers, HCI creative partnering.
  • Networking: Mutual languages for data networking.
  • Overlooked possibilities: Thorough coverage/Overlooked possibility identification.
  • Information proxies: Information data equivalent/Proxy creation and analysis.
  • Query/search: Filtering/search/matching/Filtering, searching, and matching.
  • Recognition: Viewing/recognizing/profiles, signature/pattern recognition.
  • State management: Status/State/Situation information, complex state management
  • Type assimilation: Kinds/bits/assimilating database complexity.
  • Using the results of data mining/information persistence/Information storage.
  • Viewing systems: Condensing data/sparse data or information UIs.
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