10 February 2005

XML Concepts: Transforming feeds with decision support platforms and protocols


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Objectives

Brainstorming inputs for your work center. Transforming feeds from simple content streams to timely information and action plans.

Creating tools permitting multiple feeds to be integrated and transformed into new content to support decision makers and manage risk. Lower cost. Higher value.



XML Transformation

Custom end platform


Platform converts XML-syntax into user-preferred format. No need to save results, simply transforming existing data.

Users [providers, consumers] define feed format: .pdf, word, text, pai, other output. Users can define both the format, choice of coding-language-standard, or corporate-linked products.

Options for display include pop-ups, submenus, detailed links and references. Ex: Integrate external list [del.icio.us, XML feed] into new document-feed. Users able to add other functions to original document.


XML Feed Packaging

Custom display


One-click option to reformat feed-URI-syntax to user-reader defined format. Platform clearly displays options, differentiates options, highlights clearly where to click to see samples and draft versions.

End-user defined formats include options on text, font, spacing, tone-feel, layout, choice of software. Can integrate with both private and open source software without changes to user-controlled templates.

Able to convert any XML-related feed to end-result of either producer or consumer-desire. Results and preferences can be either applied on an individual basis, or universally applied seamlessly without downloading or updating templates.

End product credibly coordinated with aggregator-creators and end-users. Platform-creator provides credible evidence lessons learned and previous public statements and standards provided in literature are incorporated to own design.


XML Combination

Identify and apply novel associations


Identifies unique combination in discipline-A. Applies that approach in Feed Hunt. Alert system monitors results in discipline-A for application in new area.

Identifies novel mathematical relationships. Method to identify emerging trends, successful previous efforts, and identify trends in adoption and integration across platforms.

Advance warning system on emerging trends. Determines degree of adoption and differentiation. Identifies inflection points to move from old formats to another novel approach.


XML Blogger Aggregation

Integrating host content as feeds


Aggregates feeds from other bloggers. Tool scans blog content, identifies patterns in feed-selections and URI-links.

Compares patterns to choices in publicly available links and aggregators. Does more than simply import feeds: Identifies differences in patterns between several archives to identify focus and efforts.

Searches blog for feeds. Identifies patterns. Applies patterns and nuances to other feed hunts. Returns results. User-feedback adjusts future searches.


XML Link Saver

Integrating links as feeds into feeds


Save link for blog-entry. Auto-connects links as group to feed. Tic box used to import feeds from list. Single entry feed-screen feed content prior to deliver.

Users indicate whether results are desirable. Indicate “more of this” or “less of this.” Integrates tag-inks with factors to screen feed content.


XML Midway

Organizes value enhancement


Items added in pipeline between feed and aggregator. Either content provider-publisher or end-reader can add items.

Can include: Templates, other feeds-protocols, parallel feeds, summary tools, integration protocols, funnels, calculations on raw data, or preliminary outputs for final tailoring.

Breaks down the solid-link between feed and aggregator. Introduces new transformative mechanisms to increase value, reduce end-user effort to review and analyze final outputs.


XML Midway Injector

Integrating platforms between provider and end-aggregator


Specialized two-way data tools that inject-extract data to a feed. Platforms that allow fast, easy addition and integration.

Black box funnels for multi-feeding. Transparent. Entered into known entry points on platform.

Allows end-users to add non-integrating and invalid feeds and users can transform data into a feed-compatible stream for preliminary integration.


XML Midway Filter

Sampling, screening feeds


Tool assigns labels address to feeds for organizing, prioritize, ignoring, or send back. Tool linked to schedule for priorities. Assigns reading to review material and reaccomplish effort.


XML IM Inject

Instant messaging along subscriptions


Tool facilitates multi-user communication along a subscription channel. No longer are end-readers idle consumers and isolated. Now they can directly instant-message the content provider and/or other feed-consumers.

Tool identifies feed-link. Two feed-readers may be reading the same content and unknown to each other. They are linked through the feed.

Protocol connects similar readers to the same read, creates an open pathway for real-time web-based instant messaging and chat. Provides a means for high-powered communications to quickly occur as events and information unfold.

Protocol captures chat as a feed. If both parties agree, the chat-instant message can be integrated into an external protocol or platform, then saved as a feed for later publication or inclusion into other feeds.

Reduces amount of lag time between blog-posting and next round of review. Facilitates novel interactions of bloggers having same interest.

Tool includes spam-guard and banning to block. Spammers can be excluded in that they never receive an invitation to the protocol, subscription, or discussion; or other party does not give permission for conversation to be recorded or later published.

Web-based. Requires no external platform to maintain.


XML Black Box

Transformation algorithms


User creates the black box. Defines number of input feeds. Identifies types of data. Defines output desired.

Feed Hunt: Find data, identifies equations, offers possible results and displays.

Real time display output. Ex: CPA’s java-based breakeven analysis; mortgage payment streams.

Users can add additional feeds. Problem-focused will hunt down data and transformations. Identifies decision points in schedule. Charts options and provides template for task-assignments.


XML Multi-Feed Integration

Combinational architecture


Platform to mix, combine, and interact feed data. Allows quick integration of feeds from non-integrating, non-standard protocols.

Web-based. Requires no download, new software, or new standards. No information needs to be added or updated in templates.

Tool can be used as a quick method to inject feed, content, data, and other transformative protocols between the content provider and the end-user.

Designed to replace requirement to save, download individual software applications. Goal is to include transformative protocols within the XML pipeline.


XML Platform Protocol

Protocols between feed and display


Protocols between content provider and end-user. Define the means by which intermediate platform, data, and other content can be injected, transformed, applied, or integrated after content created but before content consumed.

Standard-consistent protocols created. Protocols injected between the feed and aggregator on the pipeline.

Identifies number of feeds to insert [incoming, outgoing], or whether the feed is designed for one way, two way or multi-user consumption and cross talk.

Protocol defines methods to insert platform for multi-feed integration. Offers feeds in a variety of patterns: Hub and spoke.

Allows feed-users to search the feed without data or code, thereby significantly reduces chances of virus, worms, or Trojan horses.


XML Integration Commands

Protocols to integrate feeds


Commands and protocols allow content, information, feeds, or other data to be injected into the pipeline. Focus is on creating smooth onramps and easy access for new additions and transformations.

Goal is to define architecture to allow multiple feeds, content, and data to be injected into a feed prior to final publication, and allow content to go through transformative processes.

Commands allow midway protocols and platforms to seamlessly integrate with products, tools, and commands after content created but before final user reviews material.

Standard command recognized by XML to interact and mix XML data streams. Words, protocols, and commands are easily integrated into the XML pipeline.

Content providers or end-users can choose which commands and protocols are used, apply. End-users can quickly attach other feeds, protocols, and tools to analyze, breakdown, or modify the incoming feed to suit their own objectives.

Data can be altered, changed, transformed using black boxes, integrated with other content, or adjusted to fit into new logic structures and schema.


XML Feedback

Apply black-box results to feed hunts


Provides a feedback to initial commands, protocols, and structures used to initiate, provide, or support content-creation, feed-searches, or other activities in XML platforms.

Boolean approach to feed integration. Outputs of feed transformations drives changes in feed hunt and screening.

Changes current feed-paradigm from one-way. Feed-search-results [output value] used as feedback and input-variable to the future feed-hunts.

Done real time. Does not require new software or coding. Part of the existing protocols. Ensures outputs and results are integrated into future feed hunts, searches, or other XML-related efforts.


XML Milestones

Program architecture


User defines problem/objective. Feed hunter identifies outputs, decisions and map to archive.

Custom-bot formulates search. Transformation presented and applied. Output displays integrated with schedule. Identifies plans, requirements, progress, and success criteria.

Method to track progress. Identify effectiveness of planned XML-related activities. Showcases consolidated results in summary format for analysis. Intended to provide an architecture in novel situations, and also provide feedback on effectiveness of XML-related tools relative to other options.

System credibility based on clearly identifying those situations, commands, requests, tasks that would be better served using non-XML products.


XML Schematic

User defined feed hunts


Method to visually order the sub tasks. User can define subset with click-on images. Create subroutines, searches and black backs.

Visual depiction. Similar to an erector set. Cut and past and drag and drop.

Translates several objectives into code; however, the end-user has no need to access the code, they simply focus and use meaningful shapes, colors, and sizes which relate to personally meaningful objectives, tasks, milestones, and accomplishments.

Intent of this protocol is to quickly translate user-objectives into feed-hunting-searches and midway injectors that will transform raw data into meaningful information for risk analysis, planning, and decision points.

Goal is to credibly compete with costly and hardware-heavy servers. To be used in either the individual household or corporate structures. Ideally suited for the small business owner on a tight budget, but in need of tools to quickly compete with established-world class corporations and brands.

Goal is to find new patterns, novel transformations, and facilitate quick dovetailing of multi-disciplines into simple data searches, summary reports, and credible end-user action plans.


XML Sub-level Feed

Organizing and applying feed hunt results


User-defined bot acquires a task [ex: Step in simulated exercise]. Marked as a resource.

Bot gathers data. Does transformations. Creates a data-output feed. User defines problem: Bot translates that request into a subsearch. Bot identifies the raw data. Then converts and calculates a desired output feed.

This end-state then becomes the input to the black box.

Objective of this tool is to quickly transform user requirements into credible data streams for analysis. Protocols ensure the bots are well managed, focused, and tailored to a specific problem.

Feedback loops in the subroutines ensure the bot is providing useful data. Data is intermittently test checked, transformed, and compared with other feeds to ensure credibility.

System allows for mid-point simulation and application of boot-outputs to validated the bot approach. If results prove surprising or inadequate, bot-commands are seamlessly updated to ensure more suitable data sources used.


XML Signal

Showcasing pipeline status


Tool identifies problems and workarounds in the pipeline. Tool identifies baseline expected times and values, needs, and success criteria.

Transformative process identifies differences in terms of roadblocks or software problems.

At threshold values, converts to alternatives: Methods, rates, mechanism, searches, feeds, question, task and objective.

Sends alerts to user. Records reason for changes. Provides pipelines analysis. Estimates of alternative results and time if use original plan, approach or method.


XML Auto Door

Pipeline advance warning


Risk management tool. Purpose of this tool is to highlight situations when information bottlenecks are stacking up faster than decision points are changing.

Goal is not to change the pipeline or delay decisions, but to quickly identify heightened risk to decision makers when program schedules and information availability are not changing in concert.

In those situations where bottlenecks occur, but the schedule remains somewhat fixed, then this tool will identify alternative methods to gather the information, or outline needed options to mitigate the agreed-to-higher risks.

Tool outlines mechanisms to get consideration during negotiation and provide indicators when break off and cancellation are in best interests of the parties due to unacceptable risk.

Goal is to ensure that a time critical decision is adequately supported with required data. If the information is truly critical, the decision and support mechanisms need to accommodate that delay.

However, if the information is so critical, but the decision must be made, then the participants must be alerted to the heightened risk: Lack of information, but no change in decision timeline.

Makes recommendations on go- no-go decisions with lack of data. That content made available after the decision point is scrapped; those decision delayed pending arrival of content are prioritized, and others involved in plan and process are so alerted.

Provides summary reports of blocked content; provides alternative mechanisms to schedule content; identifies risks, impacts, and problems with content not being available in terms of risks of the decision point.

Multi-resource flash message. Route and pipeline warned. Signals resource of upcoming workloads, traffic, demands.

Emergency alerts signal to all routes. Identifies possible collision or backlog. Publishes to users and content consumers the backlogs, workarounds, and scope that content is blocked.

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Objectives

Brainstorming inputs for your work center. Transforming feeds from simple content streams to timely information and action plans.

Creating tools permitting multiple feeds to be integrated and transformed into new content to support decision makers and manage risk. Lower cost. Higher value.



XML Transformation

Custom end platform


Platform converts XML-syntax into user-preferred format. No need to save results, simply transforming existing data.

Users [providers, consumers] define feed format: .pdf, word, text, pai, other output. Users can define both the format, choice of coding-language-standard, or corporate-linked products.

Options for display include pop-ups, submenus, detailed links and references. Ex: Integrate external list [del.icio.us, XML feed] into new document-feed. Users able to add other functions to original document.


XML Feed Packaging

Custom display


One-click option to reformat feed-URI-syntax to user-reader defined format. Platform clearly displays options, differentiates options, highlights clearly where to click to see samples and draft versions.

End-user defined formats include options on text, font, spacing, tone-feel, layout, choice of software. Can integrate with both private and open source software without changes to user-controlled templates.

Able to convert any XML-related feed to end-result of either producer or consumer-desire. Results and preferences can be either applied on an individual basis, or universally applied seamlessly without downloading or updating templates.

End product credibly coordinated with aggregator-creators and end-users. Platform-creator provides credible evidence lessons learned and previous public statements and standards provided in literature are incorporated to own design.


XML Combination

Identify and apply novel associations


Identifies unique combination in discipline-A. Applies that approach in Feed Hunt. Alert system monitors results in discipline-A for application in new area.

Identifies novel mathematical relationships. Method to identify emerging trends, successful previous efforts, and identify trends in adoption and integration across platforms.

Advance warning system on emerging trends. Determines degree of adoption and differentiation. Identifies inflection points to move from old formats to another novel approach.


XML Blogger Aggregation

Integrating host content as feeds


Aggregates feeds from other bloggers. Tool scans blog content, identifies patterns in feed-selections and URI-links.

Compares patterns to choices in publicly available links and aggregators. Does more than simply import feeds: Identifies differences in patterns between several archives to identify focus and efforts.

Searches blog for feeds. Identifies patterns. Applies patterns and nuances to other feed hunts. Returns results. User-feedback adjusts future searches.


XML Link Saver

Integrating links as feeds into feeds


Save link for blog-entry. Auto-connects links as group to feed. Tic box used to import feeds from list. Single entry feed-screen feed content prior to deliver.

Users indicate whether results are desirable. Indicate “more of this” or “less of this.” Integrates tag-inks with factors to screen feed content.


XML Midway

Organizes value enhancement


Items added in pipeline between feed and aggregator. Either content provider-publisher or end-reader can add items.

Can include: Templates, other feeds-protocols, parallel feeds, summary tools, integration protocols, funnels, calculations on raw data, or preliminary outputs for final tailoring.

Breaks down the solid-link between feed and aggregator. Introduces new transformative mechanisms to increase value, reduce end-user effort to review and analyze final outputs.


XML Midway Injector

Integrating platforms between provider and end-aggregator


Specialized two-way data tools that inject-extract data to a feed. Platforms that allow fast, easy addition and integration.

Black box funnels for multi-feeding. Transparent. Entered into known entry points on platform.

Allows end-users to add non-integrating and invalid feeds and users can transform data into a feed-compatible stream for preliminary integration.


XML Midway Filter

Sampling, screening feeds


Tool assigns labels address to feeds for organizing, prioritize, ignoring, or send back. Tool linked to schedule for priorities. Assigns reading to review material and reaccomplish effort.


XML IM Inject

Instant messaging along subscriptions


Tool facilitates multi-user communication along a subscription channel. No longer are end-readers idle consumers and isolated. Now they can directly instant-message the content provider and/or other feed-consumers.

Tool identifies feed-link. Two feed-readers may be reading the same content and unknown to each other. They are linked through the feed.

Protocol connects similar readers to the same read, creates an open pathway for real-time web-based instant messaging and chat. Provides a means for high-powered communications to quickly occur as events and information unfold.

Protocol captures chat as a feed. If both parties agree, the chat-instant message can be integrated into an external protocol or platform, then saved as a feed for later publication or inclusion into other feeds.

Reduces amount of lag time between blog-posting and next round of review. Facilitates novel interactions of bloggers having same interest.

Tool includes spam-guard and banning to block. Spammers can be excluded in that they never receive an invitation to the protocol, subscription, or discussion; or other party does not give permission for conversation to be recorded or later published.

Web-based. Requires no external platform to maintain.


XML Black Box

Transformation algorithms


User creates the black box. Defines number of input feeds. Identifies types of data. Defines output desired.

Feed Hunt: Find data, identifies equations, offers possible results and displays.

Real time display output. Ex: CPA’s java-based breakeven analysis; mortgage payment streams.

Users can add additional feeds. Problem-focused will hunt down data and transformations. Identifies decision points in schedule. Charts options and provides template for task-assignments.


XML Multi-Feed Integration

Combinational architecture


Platform to mix, combine, and interact feed data. Allows quick integration of feeds from non-integrating, non-standard protocols.

Web-based. Requires no download, new software, or new standards. No information needs to be added or updated in templates.

Tool can be used as a quick method to inject feed, content, data, and other transformative protocols between the content provider and the end-user.

Designed to replace requirement to save, download individual software applications. Goal is to include transformative protocols within the XML pipeline.


XML Platform Protocol

Protocols between feed and display


Protocols between content provider and end-user. Define the means by which intermediate platform, data, and other content can be injected, transformed, applied, or integrated after content created but before content consumed.

Standard-consistent protocols created. Protocols injected between the feed and aggregator on the pipeline.

Identifies number of feeds to insert [incoming, outgoing], or whether the feed is designed for one way, two way or multi-user consumption and cross talk.

Protocol defines methods to insert platform for multi-feed integration. Offers feeds in a variety of patterns: Hub and spoke.

Allows feed-users to search the feed without data or code, thereby significantly reduces chances of virus, worms, or Trojan horses.


XML Integration Commands

Protocols to integrate feeds


Commands and protocols allow content, information, feeds, or other data to be injected into the pipeline. Focus is on creating smooth onramps and easy access for new additions and transformations.

Goal is to define architecture to allow multiple feeds, content, and data to be injected into a feed prior to final publication, and allow content to go through transformative processes.

Commands allow midway protocols and platforms to seamlessly integrate with products, tools, and commands after content created but before final user reviews material.

Standard command recognized by XML to interact and mix XML data streams. Words, protocols, and commands are easily integrated into the XML pipeline.

Content providers or end-users can choose which commands and protocols are used, apply. End-users can quickly attach other feeds, protocols, and tools to analyze, breakdown, or modify the incoming feed to suit their own objectives.

Data can be altered, changed, transformed using black boxes, integrated with other content, or adjusted to fit into new logic structures and schema.


XML Feedback

Apply black-box results to feed hunts


Provides a feedback to initial commands, protocols, and structures used to initiate, provide, or support content-creation, feed-searches, or other activities in XML platforms.

Boolean approach to feed integration. Outputs of feed transformations drives changes in feed hunt and screening.

Changes current feed-paradigm from one-way. Feed-search-results [output value] used as feedback and input-variable to the future feed-hunts.

Done real time. Does not require new software or coding. Part of the existing protocols. Ensures outputs and results are integrated into future feed hunts, searches, or other XML-related efforts.


XML Milestones

Program architecture


User defines problem/objective. Feed hunter identifies outputs, decisions and map to archive.

Custom-bot formulates search. Transformation presented and applied. Output displays integrated with schedule. Identifies plans, requirements, progress, and success criteria.

Method to track progress. Identify effectiveness of planned XML-related activities. Showcases consolidated results in summary format for analysis. Intended to provide an architecture in novel situations, and also provide feedback on effectiveness of XML-related tools relative to other options.

System credibility based on clearly identifying those situations, commands, requests, tasks that would be better served using non-XML products.


XML Schematic

User defined feed hunts


Method to visually order the sub tasks. User can define subset with click-on images. Create subroutines, searches and black backs.

Visual depiction. Similar to an erector set. Cut and past and drag and drop.

Translates several objectives into code; however, the end-user has no need to access the code, they simply focus and use meaningful shapes, colors, and sizes which relate to personally meaningful objectives, tasks, milestones, and accomplishments.

Intent of this protocol is to quickly translate user-objectives into feed-hunting-searches and midway injectors that will transform raw data into meaningful information for risk analysis, planning, and decision points.

Goal is to credibly compete with costly and hardware-heavy servers. To be used in either the individual household or corporate structures. Ideally suited for the small business owner on a tight budget, but in need of tools to quickly compete with established-world class corporations and brands.

Goal is to find new patterns, novel transformations, and facilitate quick dovetailing of multi-disciplines into simple data searches, summary reports, and credible end-user action plans.


XML Sub-level Feed

Organizing and applying feed hunt results


User-defined bot acquires a task [ex: Step in simulated exercise]. Marked as a resource.

Bot gathers data. Does transformations. Creates a data-output feed. User defines problem: Bot translates that request into a subsearch. Bot identifies the raw data. Then converts and calculates a desired output feed.

This end-state then becomes the input to the black box.

Objective of this tool is to quickly transform user requirements into credible data streams for analysis. Protocols ensure the bots are well managed, focused, and tailored to a specific problem.

Feedback loops in the subroutines ensure the bot is providing useful data. Data is intermittently test checked, transformed, and compared with other feeds to ensure credibility.

System allows for mid-point simulation and application of boot-outputs to validated the bot approach. If results prove surprising or inadequate, bot-commands are seamlessly updated to ensure more suitable data sources used.


XML Signal

Showcasing pipeline status


Tool identifies problems and workarounds in the pipeline. Tool identifies baseline expected times and values, needs, and success criteria.

Transformative process identifies differences in terms of roadblocks or software problems.

At threshold values, converts to alternatives: Methods, rates, mechanism, searches, feeds, question, task and objective.

Sends alerts to user. Records reason for changes. Provides pipelines analysis. Estimates of alternative results and time if use original plan, approach or method.


XML Auto Door

Pipeline advance warning


Risk management tool. Purpose of this tool is to highlight situations when information bottlenecks are stacking up faster than decision points are changing.

Goal is not to change the pipeline or delay decisions, but to quickly identify heightened risk to decision makers when program schedules and information availability are not changing in concert.

In those situations where bottlenecks occur, but the schedule remains somewhat fixed, then this tool will identify alternative methods to gather the information, or outline needed options to mitigate the agreed-to-higher risks.

Tool outlines mechanisms to get consideration during negotiation and provide indicators when break off and cancellation are in best interests of the parties due to unacceptable risk.

Goal is to ensure that a time critical decision is adequately supported with required data. If the information is truly critical, the decision and support mechanisms need to accommodate that delay.

However, if the information is so critical, but the decision must be made, then the participants must be alerted to the heightened risk: Lack of information, but no change in decision timeline.

Makes recommendations on go- no-go decisions with lack of data. That content made available after the decision point is scrapped; those decision delayed pending arrival of content are prioritized, and others involved in plan and process are so alerted.

Provides summary reports of blocked content; provides alternative mechanisms to schedule content; identifies risks, impacts, and problems with content not being available in terms of risks of the decision point.

Multi-resource flash message. Route and pipeline warned. Signals resource of upcoming workloads, traffic, demands.

Emergency alerts signal to all routes. Identifies possible collision or backlog. Publishes to users and content consumers the backlogs, workarounds, and scope that content is blocked.
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Objectives

Brainstorming inputs for your work center. Transforming feeds from simple content streams to timely information and action plans.

Creating tools permitting multiple feeds to be integrated and transformed into new content to support decision makers and manage risk. Lower cost. Higher value.



XML Transformation

Custom end platform


Platform converts XML-syntax into user-preferred format. No need to save results, simply transforming existing data.

Users [providers, consumers] define feed format: .pdf, word, text, pai, other output. Users can define both the format, choice of coding-language-standard, or corporate-linked products.

Options for display include pop-ups, submenus, detailed links and references. Ex: Integrate external list [del.icio.us, XML feed] into new document-feed. Users able to add other functions to original document.


XML Feed Packaging

Custom display


One-click option to reformat feed-URI-syntax to user-reader defined format. Platform clearly displays options, differentiates options, highlights clearly where to click to see samples and draft versions.

End-user defined formats include options on text, font, spacing, tone-feel, layout, choice of software. Can integrate with both private and open source software without changes to user-controlled templates.

Able to convert any XML-related feed to end-result of either producer or consumer-desire. Results and preferences can be either applied on an individual basis, or universally applied seamlessly without downloading or updating templates.

End product credibly coordinated with aggregator-creators and end-users. Platform-creator provides credible evidence lessons learned and previous public statements and standards provided in literature are incorporated to own design.


XML Combination

Identify and apply novel associations


Identifies unique combination in discipline-A. Applies that approach in Feed Hunt. Alert system monitors results in discipline-A for application in new area.

Identifies novel mathematical relationships. Method to identify emerging trends, successful previous efforts, and identify trends in adoption and integration across platforms.

Advance warning system on emerging trends. Determines degree of adoption and differentiation. Identifies inflection points to move from old formats to another novel approach.


XML Blogger Aggregation

Integrating host content as feeds


Aggregates feeds from other bloggers. Tool scans blog content, identifies patterns in feed-selections and URI-links.

Compares patterns to choices in publicly available links and aggregators. Does more than simply import feeds: Identifies differences in patterns between several archives to identify focus and efforts.

Searches blog for feeds. Identifies patterns. Applies patterns and nuances to other feed hunts. Returns results. User-feedback adjusts future searches.


XML Link Saver

Integrating links as feeds into feeds


Save link for blog-entry. Auto-connects links as group to feed. Tic box used to import feeds from list. Single entry feed-screen feed content prior to deliver.

Users indicate whether results are desirable. Indicate “more of this” or “less of this.” Integrates tag-inks with factors to screen feed content.


XML Midway

Organizes value enhancement


Items added in pipeline between feed and aggregator. Either content provider-publisher or end-reader can add items.

Can include: Templates, other feeds-protocols, parallel feeds, summary tools, integration protocols, funnels, calculations on raw data, or preliminary outputs for final tailoring.

Breaks down the solid-link between feed and aggregator. Introduces new transformative mechanisms to increase value, reduce end-user effort to review and analyze final outputs.


XML Midway Injector

Integrating platforms between provider and end-aggregator


Specialized two-way data tools that inject-extract data to a feed. Platforms that allow fast, easy addition and integration.

Black box funnels for multi-feeding. Transparent. Entered into known entry points on platform.

Allows end-users to add non-integrating and invalid feeds and users can transform data into a feed-compatible stream for preliminary integration.


XML Midway Filter

Sampling, screening feeds


Tool assigns labels address to feeds for organizing, prioritize, ignoring, or send back. Tool linked to schedule for priorities. Assigns reading to review material and reaccomplish effort.


XML IM Inject

Instant messaging along subscriptions


Tool facilitates multi-user communication along a subscription channel. No longer are end-readers idle consumers and isolated. Now they can directly instant-message the content provider and/or other feed-consumers.

Tool identifies feed-link. Two feed-readers may be reading the same content and unknown to each other. They are linked through the feed.

Protocol connects similar readers to the same read, creates an open pathway for real-time web-based instant messaging and chat. Provides a means for high-powered communications to quickly occur as events and information unfold.

Protocol captures chat as a feed. If both parties agree, the chat-instant message can be integrated into an external protocol or platform, then saved as a feed for later publication or inclusion into other feeds.

Reduces amount of lag time between blog-posting and next round of review. Facilitates novel interactions of bloggers having same interest.

Tool includes spam-guard and banning to block. Spammers can be excluded in that they never receive an invitation to the protocol, subscription, or discussion; or other party does not give permission for conversation to be recorded or later published.

Web-based. Requires no external platform to maintain.


XML Black Box

Transformation algorithms


User creates the black box. Defines number of input feeds. Identifies types of data. Defines output desired.

Feed Hunt: Find data, identifies equations, offers possible results and displays.

Real time display output. Ex: CPA’s java-based breakeven analysis; mortgage payment streams.

Users can add additional feeds. Problem-focused will hunt down data and transformations. Identifies decision points in schedule. Charts options and provides template for task-assignments.


XML Multi-Feed Integration

Combinational architecture


Platform to mix, combine, and interact feed data. Allows quick integration of feeds from non-integrating, non-standard protocols.

Web-based. Requires no download, new software, or new standards. No information needs to be added or updated in templates.

Tool can be used as a quick method to inject feed, content, data, and other transformative protocols between the content provider and the end-user.

Designed to replace requirement to save, download individual software applications. Goal is to include transformative protocols within the XML pipeline.


XML Platform Protocol

Protocols between feed and display


Protocols between content provider and end-user. Define the means by which intermediate platform, data, and other content can be injected, transformed, applied, or integrated after content created but before content consumed.

Standard-consistent protocols created. Protocols injected between the feed and aggregator on the pipeline.

Identifies number of feeds to insert [incoming, outgoing], or whether the feed is designed for one way, two way or multi-user consumption and cross talk.

Protocol defines methods to insert platform for multi-feed integration. Offers feeds in a variety of patterns: Hub and spoke.

Allows feed-users to search the feed without data or code, thereby significantly reduces chances of virus, worms, or Trojan horses.


XML Integration Commands

Protocols to integrate feeds


Commands and protocols allow content, information, feeds, or other data to be injected into the pipeline. Focus is on creating smooth onramps and easy access for new additions and transformations.

Goal is to define architecture to allow multiple feeds, content, and data to be injected into a feed prior to final publication, and allow content to go through transformative processes.

Commands allow midway protocols and platforms to seamlessly integrate with products, tools, and commands after content created but before final user reviews material.

Standard command recognized by XML to interact and mix XML data streams. Words, protocols, and commands are easily integrated into the XML pipeline.

Content providers or end-users can choose which commands and protocols are used, apply. End-users can quickly attach other feeds, protocols, and tools to analyze, breakdown, or modify the incoming feed to suit their own objectives.

Data can be altered, changed, transformed using black boxes, integrated with other content, or adjusted to fit into new logic structures and schema.


XML Feedback

Apply black-box results to feed hunts


Provides a feedback to initial commands, protocols, and structures used to initiate, provide, or support content-creation, feed-searches, or other activities in XML platforms.

Boolean approach to feed integration. Outputs of feed transformations drives changes in feed hunt and screening.

Changes current feed-paradigm from one-way. Feed-search-results [output value] used as feedback and input-variable to the future feed-hunts.

Done real time. Does not require new software or coding. Part of the existing protocols. Ensures outputs and results are integrated into future feed hunts, searches, or other XML-related efforts.


XML Milestones

Program architecture


User defines problem/objective. Feed hunter identifies outputs, decisions and map to archive.

Custom-bot formulates search. Transformation presented and applied. Output displays integrated with schedule. Identifies plans, requirements, progress, and success criteria.

Method to track progress. Identify effectiveness of planned XML-related activities. Showcases consolidated results in summary format for analysis. Intended to provide an architecture in novel situations, and also provide feedback on effectiveness of XML-related tools relative to other options.

System credibility based on clearly identifying those situations, commands, requests, tasks that would be better served using non-XML products.


XML Schematic

User defined feed hunts


Method to visually order the sub tasks. User can define subset with click-on images. Create subroutines, searches and black backs.

Visual depiction. Similar to an erector set. Cut and past and drag and drop.

Translates several objectives into code; however, the end-user has no need to access the code, they simply focus and use meaningful shapes, colors, and sizes which relate to personally meaningful objectives, tasks, milestones, and accomplishments.

Intent of this protocol is to quickly translate user-objectives into feed-hunting-searches and midway injectors that will transform raw data into meaningful information for risk analysis, planning, and decision points.

Goal is to credibly compete with costly and hardware-heavy servers. To be used in either the individual household or corporate structures. Ideally suited for the small business owner on a tight budget, but in need of tools to quickly compete with established-world class corporations and brands.

Goal is to find new patterns, novel transformations, and facilitate quick dovetailing of multi-disciplines into simple data searches, summary reports, and credible end-user action plans.


XML Sub-level Feed

Organizing and applying feed hunt results


User-defined bot acquires a task [ex: Step in simulated exercise]. Marked as a resource.

Bot gathers data. Does transformations. Creates a data-output feed. User defines problem: Bot translates that request into a subsearch. Bot identifies the raw data. Then converts and calculates a desired output feed.

This end-state then becomes the input to the black box.

Objective of this tool is to quickly transform user requirements into credible data streams for analysis. Protocols ensure the bots are well managed, focused, and tailored to a specific problem.

Feedback loops in the subroutines ensure the bot is providing useful data. Data is intermittently test checked, transformed, and compared with other feeds to ensure credibility.

System allows for mid-point simulation and application of boot-outputs to validated the bot approach. If results prove surprising or inadequate, bot-commands are seamlessly updated to ensure more suitable data sources used.


XML Signal

Showcasing pipeline status


Tool identifies problems and workarounds in the pipeline. Tool identifies baseline expected times and values, needs, and success criteria.

Transformative process identifies differences in terms of roadblocks or software problems.

At threshold values, converts to alternatives: Methods, rates, mechanism, searches, feeds, question, task and objective.

Sends alerts to user. Records reason for changes. Provides pipelines analysis. Estimates of alternative results and time if use original plan, approach or method.


XML Auto Door

Pipeline advance warning


Risk management tool. Purpose of this tool is to highlight situations when information bottlenecks are stacking up faster than decision points are changing.

Goal is not to change the pipeline or delay decisions, but to quickly identify heightened risk to decision makers when program schedules and information availability are not changing in concert.

In those situations where bottlenecks occur, but the schedule remains somewhat fixed, then this tool will identify alternative methods to gather the information, or outline needed options to mitigate the agreed-to-higher risks.

Tool outlines mechanisms to get consideration during negotiation and provide indicators when break off and cancellation are in best interests of the parties due to unacceptable risk.

Goal is to ensure that a time critical decision is adequately supported with required data. If the information is truly critical, the decision and support mechanisms need to accommodate that delay.

However, if the information is so critical, but the decision must be made, then the participants must be alerted to the heightened risk: Lack of information, but no change in decision timeline.

Makes recommendations on go- no-go decisions with lack of data. That content made available after the decision point is scrapped; those decision delayed pending arrival of content are prioritized, and others involved in plan and process are so alerted.

Provides summary reports of blocked content; provides alternative mechanisms to schedule content; identifies risks, impacts, and problems with content not being available in terms of risks of the decision point.

Multi-resource flash message. Route and pipeline warned. Signals resource of upcoming workloads, traffic, demands.

Emergency alerts signal to all routes. Identifies possible collision or backlog. Publishes to users and content consumers the backlogs, workarounds, and scope that content is blocked.

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Objectives

Brainstorming inputs for your work center. Transforming feeds from simple content streams to timely information and action plans.

Creating tools permitting multiple feeds to be integrated and transformed into new content to support decision makers and manage risk. Lower cost. Higher value.



XML Transformation

Custom end platform


Platform converts XML-syntax into user-preferred format. No need to save results, simply transforming existing data.

Users [providers, consumers] define feed format: .pdf, word, text, pai, other output. Users can define both the format, choice of coding-language-standard, or corporate-linked products.

Options for display include pop-ups, submenus, detailed links and references. Ex: Integrate external list [del.icio.us, XML feed] into new document-feed. Users able to add other functions to original document.


XML Feed Packaging

Custom display


One-click option to reformat feed-URI-syntax to user-reader defined format. Platform clearly displays options, differentiates options, highlights clearly where to click to see samples and draft versions.

End-user defined formats include options on text, font, spacing, tone-feel, layout, choice of software. Can integrate with both private and open source software without changes to user-controlled templates.

Able to convert any XML-related feed to end-result of either producer or consumer-desire. Results and preferences can be either applied on an individual basis, or universally applied seamlessly without downloading or updating templates.

End product credibly coordinated with aggregator-creators and end-users. Platform-creator provides credible evidence lessons learned and previous public statements and standards provided in literature are incorporated to own design.


XML Combination

Identify and apply novel associations


Identifies unique combination in discipline-A. Applies that approach in Feed Hunt. Alert system monitors results in discipline-A for application in new area.

Identifies novel mathematical relationships. Method to identify emerging trends, successful previous efforts, and identify trends in adoption and integration across platforms.

Advance warning system on emerging trends. Determines degree of adoption and differentiation. Identifies inflection points to move from old formats to another novel approach.


XML Blogger Aggregation

Integrating host content as feeds


Aggregates feeds from other bloggers. Tool scans blog content, identifies patterns in feed-selections and URI-links.

Compares patterns to choices in publicly available links and aggregators. Does more than simply import feeds: Identifies differences in patterns between several archives to identify focus and efforts.

Searches blog for feeds. Identifies patterns. Applies patterns and nuances to other feed hunts. Returns results. User-feedback adjusts future searches.


XML Link Saver

Integrating links as feeds into feeds


Save link for blog-entry. Auto-connects links as group to feed. Tic box used to import feeds from list. Single entry feed-screen feed content prior to deliver.

Users indicate whether results are desirable. Indicate “more of this” or “less of this.” Integrates tag-inks with factors to screen feed content.


XML Midway

Organizes value enhancement


Items added in pipeline between feed and aggregator. Either content provider-publisher or end-reader can add items.

Can include: Templates, other feeds-protocols, parallel feeds, summary tools, integration protocols, funnels, calculations on raw data, or preliminary outputs for final tailoring.

Breaks down the solid-link between feed and aggregator. Introduces new transformative mechanisms to increase value, reduce end-user effort to review and analyze final outputs.


XML Midway Injector

Integrating platforms between provider and end-aggregator


Specialized two-way data tools that inject-extract data to a feed. Platforms that allow fast, easy addition and integration.

Black box funnels for multi-feeding. Transparent. Entered into known entry points on platform.

Allows end-users to add non-integrating and invalid feeds and users can transform data into a feed-compatible stream for preliminary integration.


XML Midway Filter

Sampling, screening feeds


Tool assigns labels address to feeds for organizing, prioritize, ignoring, or send back. Tool linked to schedule for priorities. Assigns reading to review material and reaccomplish effort.


XML IM Inject

Instant messaging along subscriptions


Tool facilitates multi-user communication along a subscription channel. No longer are end-readers idle consumers and isolated. Now they can directly instant-message the content provider and/or other feed-consumers.

Tool identifies feed-link. Two feed-readers may be reading the same content and unknown to each other. They are linked through the feed.

Protocol connects similar readers to the same read, creates an open pathway for real-time web-based instant messaging and chat. Provides a means for high-powered communications to quickly occur as events and information unfold.

Protocol captures chat as a feed. If both parties agree, the chat-instant message can be integrated into an external protocol or platform, then saved as a feed for later publication or inclusion into other feeds.

Reduces amount of lag time between blog-posting and next round of review. Facilitates novel interactions of bloggers having same interest.

Tool includes spam-guard and banning to block. Spammers can be excluded in that they never receive an invitation to the protocol, subscription, or discussion; or other party does not give permission for conversation to be recorded or later published.

Web-based. Requires no external platform to maintain.


XML Black Box

Transformation algorithms


User creates the black box. Defines number of input feeds. Identifies types of data. Defines output desired.

Feed Hunt: Find data, identifies equations, offers possible results and displays.

Real time display output. Ex: CPA’s java-based breakeven analysis; mortgage payment streams.

Users can add additional feeds. Problem-focused will hunt down data and transformations. Identifies decision points in schedule. Charts options and provides template for task-assignments.


XML Multi-Feed Integration

Combinational architecture


Platform to mix, combine, and interact feed data. Allows quick integration of feeds from non-integrating, non-standard protocols.

Web-based. Requires no download, new software, or new standards. No information needs to be added or updated in templates.

Tool can be used as a quick method to inject feed, content, data, and other transformative protocols between the content provider and the end-user.

Designed to replace requirement to save, download individual software applications. Goal is to include transformative protocols within the XML pipeline.


XML Platform Protocol

Protocols between feed and display


Protocols between content provider and end-user. Define the means by which intermediate platform, data, and other content can be injected, transformed, applied, or integrated after content created but before content consumed.

Standard-consistent protocols created. Protocols injected between the feed and aggregator on the pipeline.

Identifies number of feeds to insert [incoming, outgoing], or whether the feed is designed for one way, two way or multi-user consumption and cross talk.

Protocol defines methods to insert platform for multi-feed integration. Offers feeds in a variety of patterns: Hub and spoke.

Allows feed-users to search the feed without data or code, thereby significantly reduces chances of virus, worms, or Trojan horses.


XML Integration Commands

Protocols to integrate feeds


Commands and protocols allow content, information, feeds, or other data to be injected into the pipeline. Focus is on creating smooth onramps and easy access for new additions and transformations.

Goal is to define architecture to allow multiple feeds, content, and data to be injected into a feed prior to final publication, and allow content to go through transformative processes.

Commands allow midway protocols and platforms to seamlessly integrate with products, tools, and commands after content created but before final user reviews material.

Standard command recognized by XML to interact and mix XML data streams. Words, protocols, and commands are easily integrated into the XML pipeline.

Content providers or end-users can choose which commands and protocols are used, apply. End-users can quickly attach other feeds, protocols, and tools to analyze, breakdown, or modify the incoming feed to suit their own objectives.

Data can be altered, changed, transformed using black boxes, integrated with other content, or adjusted to fit into new logic structures and schema.


XML Feedback

Apply black-box results to feed hunts


Provides a feedback to initial commands, protocols, and structures used to initiate, provide, or support content-creation, feed-searches, or other activities in XML platforms.

Boolean approach to feed integration. Outputs of feed transformations drives changes in feed hunt and screening.

Changes current feed-paradigm from one-way. Feed-search-results [output value] used as feedback and input-variable to the future feed-hunts.

Done real time. Does not require new software or coding. Part of the existing protocols. Ensures outputs and results are integrated into future feed hunts, searches, or other XML-related efforts.


XML Milestones

Program architecture


User defines problem/objective. Feed hunter identifies outputs, decisions and map to archive.

Custom-bot formulates search. Transformation presented and applied. Output displays integrated with schedule. Identifies plans, requirements, progress, and success criteria.

Method to track progress. Identify effectiveness of planned XML-related activities. Showcases consolidated results in summary format for analysis. Intended to provide an architecture in novel situations, and also provide feedback on effectiveness of XML-related tools relative to other options.

System credibility based on clearly identifying those situations, commands, requests, tasks that would be better served using non-XML products.


XML Schematic

User defined feed hunts


Method to visually order the sub tasks. User can define subset with click-on images. Create subroutines, searches and black backs.

Visual depiction. Similar to an erector set. Cut and past and drag and drop.

Translates several objectives into code; however, the end-user has no need to access the code, they simply focus and use meaningful shapes, colors, and sizes which relate to personally meaningful objectives, tasks, milestones, and accomplishments.

Intent of this protocol is to quickly translate user-objectives into feed-hunting-searches and midway injectors that will transform raw data into meaningful information for risk analysis, planning, and decision points.

Goal is to credibly compete with costly and hardware-heavy servers. To be used in either the individual household or corporate structures. Ideally suited for the small business owner on a tight budget, but in need of tools to quickly compete with established-world class corporations and brands.

Goal is to find new patterns, novel transformations, and facilitate quick dovetailing of multi-disciplines into simple data searches, summary reports, and credible end-user action plans.


XML Sub-level Feed

Organizing and applying feed hunt results


User-defined bot acquires a task [ex: Step in simulated exercise]. Marked as a resource.

Bot gathers data. Does transformations. Creates a data-output feed. User defines problem: Bot translates that request into a subsearch. Bot identifies the raw data. Then converts and calculates a desired output feed.

This end-state then becomes the input to the black box.

Objective of this tool is to quickly transform user requirements into credible data streams for analysis. Protocols ensure the bots are well managed, focused, and tailored to a specific problem.

Feedback loops in the subroutines ensure the bot is providing useful data. Data is intermittently test checked, transformed, and compared with other feeds to ensure credibility.

System allows for mid-point simulation and application of boot-outputs to validated the bot approach. If results prove surprising or inadequate, bot-commands are seamlessly updated to ensure more suitable data sources used.


XML Signal

Showcasing pipeline status


Tool identifies problems and workarounds in the pipeline. Tool identifies baseline expected times and values, needs, and success criteria.

Transformative process identifies differences in terms of roadblocks or software problems.

At threshold values, converts to alternatives: Methods, rates, mechanism, searches, feeds, question, task and objective.

Sends alerts to user. Records reason for changes. Provides pipelines analysis. Estimates of alternative results and time if use original plan, approach or method.


XML Auto Door

Pipeline advance warning


Risk management tool. Purpose of this tool is to highlight situations when information bottlenecks are stacking up faster than decision points are changing.

Goal is not to change the pipeline or delay decisions, but to quickly identify heightened risk to decision makers when program schedules and information availability are not changing in concert.

In those situations where bottlenecks occur, but the schedule remains somewhat fixed, then this tool will identify alternative methods to gather the information, or outline needed options to mitigate the agreed-to-higher risks.

Tool outlines mechanisms to get consideration during negotiation and provide indicators when break off and cancellation are in best interests of the parties due to unacceptable risk.

Goal is to ensure that a time critical decision is adequately supported with required data. If the information is truly critical, the decision and support mechanisms need to accommodate that delay.

However, if the information is so critical, but the decision must be made, then the participants must be alerted to the heightened risk: Lack of information, but no change in decision timeline.

Makes recommendations on go- no-go decisions with lack of data. That content made available after the decision point is scrapped; those decision delayed pending arrival of content are prioritized, and others involved in plan and process are so alerted.

Provides summary reports of blocked content; provides alternative mechanisms to schedule content; identifies risks, impacts, and problems with content not being available in terms of risks of the decision point.

Multi-resource flash message. Route and pipeline warned. Signals resource of upcoming workloads, traffic, demands.

Emergency alerts signal to all routes. Identifies possible collision or backlog. Publishes to users and content consumers the backlogs, workarounds, and scope that content is blocked.
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