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Published on December 23, 2008

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My models of knowledge and self, from 1957.

Knowledge and Self Roy Roebuck

Connection: A Fishing Net = Knots and Strings (1957) 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org. Think of the world as being a linked collection, a lattice, of different knots, each connected to other knots by multiple strings, like layers of interwoven fishing nets. Knots represent nouns/things, and strings represent verbs/relations. Thing Other Thing Other Thing Other Thing

Building an Evolving Tree of Shared Knowledge (Roy Roebuck’s Progress In His Endeavor) 1957 – Envisioned and Designed an Object/Connection Model of the World 1965 – Envisioned and Designed a Knowledge Spiral Process Balancing Of Mind (Science, Society, Perception) Growth Of Mind (Expanding Reusable Knowledge) 1969 Adopted a Technology Model Technology Merges/Extends Knowledge Technology is Science Applied to Social Need 1983 – Envisioned and Developed an Intelligence Model Semantics Simplifies Knowledge and Simplifies Sharing It 1983 – Envisioned and Developed a Management Model Incorporating Norman Vincent Peal’s Rational Thought Process Incorporating A Management Definition – Resolve Current Chaos Into The Next Order (Applying Ilya Prigogine’s 1978 Nobel Prize-winning concept of self-organizing structure, negative entropy, and the sciences behind dynamical systems.) 1985 – Envisioned and Developing Supporting Technology Specifications and Testing The Technologies Utility 1987 – Envisioned and Developed an Implementation, Operation, Maintenance, and Extension Methodology 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org.

1957 – Envisioned and Designed an Object/Connection Model of the World

1965 – Envisioned and Designed a Knowledge Spiral Process

Balancing Of Mind (Science, Society, Perception)

Growth Of Mind (Expanding Reusable Knowledge)

1969 Adopted a Technology Model

Technology Merges/Extends Knowledge

Technology is Science Applied to Social Need

1983 – Envisioned and Developed an Intelligence Model

Semantics Simplifies Knowledge and Simplifies Sharing It

1983 – Envisioned and Developed a Management Model

Incorporating Norman Vincent Peal’s Rational Thought Process

Incorporating A Management Definition – Resolve Current Chaos Into The Next Order

(Applying Ilya Prigogine’s 1978 Nobel Prize-winning concept of self-organizing structure, negative entropy, and the sciences behind dynamical systems.)

1985 – Envisioned and Developing Supporting Technology Specifications and Testing The Technologies Utility

1987 – Envisioned and Developed an Implementation, Operation, Maintenance, and Extension Methodology

Cause and Effect (1957) (Lessons for All of Us) 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org.

Connection: A Fishing Net = Knots and Strings FACT: Every Thing is Directly Connected to Every Other Thing David Bohm’s Implicate Order ( 2 ) Bell’s Interconnection Theorem ( 2 ) Aspect’s Non-Locality Laboratory Proof Zero Point Field/Energy Mathematical Proofs ( 2 ) ( 3 ) ( 4 ) Consciousness and Reality ( 2 ) The Readiness of People to Accept the Science Foundation of Connection Varies from Person to Person Connection is the Basis for Our Physical Universe Connection is the Basis for Cause and Effect Phenomena Connection is the Basis for the “Systems” and “Object” Engineering Views, and for all Architecture views 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org. Thing Other Thing Other Thing Other Thing

FACT: Every Thing is Directly Connected to Every Other Thing

David Bohm’s Implicate Order ( 2 )

Bell’s Interconnection Theorem ( 2 )

Aspect’s Non-Locality Laboratory Proof

Zero Point Field/Energy Mathematical Proofs ( 2 ) ( 3 ) ( 4 )

Consciousness and Reality ( 2 )

The Readiness of People to Accept the Science Foundation of Connection Varies from Person to Person

Connection is the Basis for Our Physical Universe

Connection is the Basis for Cause and Effect Phenomena

Connection is the Basis for the “Systems” and “Object” Engineering Views, and for all Architecture views

GEM Premise 1 Description. Connection: A Fishing Net = Knots and Strings FACT: Every Thing is Directly Connected to Every Other Thing David Bohm’s Implicate Order ( 2 ) Bell’s Interconnection Theorem ( 2 ) Aspect’s Non-Locality Laboratory Proof Zero Point Field/Energy Mathematical Proofs ( 2 ) ( 3 ) ( 4 ) Consciousness and Reality ( 2 ) The Readiness of People to Accept the Science of Connection Varies from Person to Person Connection is the Basis for Our Physical Universe Connection is the Basis for Cause and Effect phenomena Connection is the basis for the “systems” and “object” engineering views Everyone mentally does architecture and ontology as their connection method. Everyone builds a personal world view by: sensing/perceiving their world, identifying/distinguishing distinctive things in it; naming things, describing things, relating things, and tracking past and projected changes in things. This world view is also called an “ontology”, and also called an “architecture”. Sharing world views/ontologies/architectures to establish interpersonal, organizational and global group communication, coordination, and collaboration requires a structured means of storing and transferring signals, data, information, knowledge, awareness, decisions, and actions. Prior to electronic communication our means to transfer world views was limited to our physical senses. With electronic communication we are now able to transfer world views at a distance. We can now effectively communicate, coordinate, and collaborate while at different locations. Prior to electronic data processing (e.g., IT) our means to share world views was limited to the single receiving person or group currently anywhere on a communication circuit with us (e.g., across the room or on the other end of the telegraph, radio, or telephone). With electronic data processing we are now able to transfer world views to multiple persons and groups at different times. We can now effectively communicate, coordinate, and collaborate with all persons and groups on the network at different locations and times. As a result of the global Internet and our ontology and architecture modeling processes and technology, we can now provide the means for all persons and groups anywhere to know everything they need to know, when they need to know it, from those with the greatest expertise or situational information, knowledge, and awareness. Everyone can now be connected, knowledgeable, and aware of the whole world around them, from their own local vantage point and decisions, including both the world within their control and that beyond their control. 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org. Think of the world as being a collection of different knots, each connected to other knots by multiple strings, like layers of interwoven fishing nets. Knots represent nouns/things, and strings represent verbs/relations. Thing Other Thing Other Thing Other Thing

FACT: Every Thing is Directly Connected to Every Other Thing

David Bohm’s Implicate Order ( 2 )

Bell’s Interconnection Theorem ( 2 )

Aspect’s Non-Locality Laboratory Proof

Zero Point Field/Energy Mathematical Proofs ( 2 ) ( 3 ) ( 4 )

Consciousness and Reality ( 2 )

The Readiness of People to Accept the Science of Connection Varies from Person to Person

Connection is the Basis for Our Physical Universe

Connection is the Basis for Cause and Effect phenomena

Connection is the basis for the “systems” and “object” engineering views

Everyone mentally does architecture and ontology as their connection method. Everyone builds a personal world view by: sensing/perceiving their world, identifying/distinguishing distinctive things in it; naming things, describing things, relating things, and tracking past and projected changes in things. This world view is also called an “ontology”, and also called an “architecture”.

Sharing world views/ontologies/architectures to establish interpersonal, organizational and global group communication, coordination, and collaboration requires a structured means of storing and transferring signals, data, information, knowledge, awareness, decisions, and actions.

Prior to electronic communication our means to transfer world views was limited to our physical senses. With electronic communication we are now able to transfer world views at a distance. We can now effectively communicate, coordinate, and collaborate while at different locations.

Prior to electronic data processing (e.g., IT) our means to share world views was limited to the single receiving person or group currently anywhere on a communication circuit with us (e.g., across the room or on the other end of the telegraph, radio, or telephone). With electronic data processing we are now able to transfer world views to multiple persons and groups at different times. We can now effectively communicate, coordinate, and collaborate with all persons and groups on the network at different locations and times.

As a result of the global Internet and our ontology and architecture modeling processes and technology, we can now provide the means for all persons and groups anywhere to know everything they need to know, when they need to know it, from those with the greatest expertise or situational information, knowledge, and awareness.

Everyone can now be connected, knowledgeable, and aware of the whole world around them, from their own local vantage point and decisions, including both the world within their control and that beyond their control.

Readiness for Connection 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org.

Roebuck’s Spiral of Knowledge (1965) 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org. See “Evolving Structure of Information”

The Spiral of Knowledge (2006) 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org. Perception Society Science Semantics Humanities Religion Philosophy Mathematics Physics Chemistry Biology Physiology Psychology Groups Known World Knowledge Base (KB) Unknown Universe Principle Recorded and Applied Ontologies and Knowledge Theory Accepted Hypothesis Working Hypothesis Phenomena Research Legend: Education, Learning, Experience, Insight, and Use of World Ontologies and Knowledge as GEM Results/Ends. Evolving Individual and Group Intelligence as GEM Process/Means. Situation Perception Interpretation Ontology (world View) Detection Action

Some Aspects of Self Knowledge (1967) Society Spirit Science (Indirect Sense) Believe Feel Sense (Direct) Self Mathematics Physics Chemistry Biology Physiology Psychology Sociology Taxonomy Humanities Religion Philosophy Perception of Separation (differentiation, analysis) Integration Efforts (synthesis, synectics, synergy) Connection (wholeness, unity) Technology Advance Increasing Subjectivity (Less Empirical) Increasing Objectivity (More Empirical)

A Model of Technology and Semantics 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org. Society Perception (Indirect and Direct Sense) Science (Indirect Sense) Believe Feel Sense (Direct) Self Mathematics Physics Chemistry Biology Physiology Psychology Humanities Semantics Groups Religion Philosophy Perception of Separation (differentiation, analysis) Integration Efforts (synthesis, synectics, synergy) Awareness of Connection (wholeness, unity) Technology, Through Empiricism and Engineering, Advances Across Science to Form Social and Perception Tools. Increasing Subjectivity (Less Empirical) Increasing Objectivity (More Empirical) Semantics Advances Across Society to Enable Technology that Supports Human and Machine Understanding and Perception, and Thus Successful Communication Empiricism Now Proves Idealism Idealism is Provable Post-Quantum Physics and ZPF

Connection Precepts (i.e., Premises, Principles) 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org. 1. CONNECTION - we are always part of something bigger. Our environment is a known subsystem of a greater and largely unknown interconnected continuum. 2. INTERDEPENDENCE - everything relates to everything else, either directly or indirectly. All things in the world are subsystems, all directly or indirectly interdependent. 3. VISION - people navigate because they know where they want to go (the big picture) and how they want to get there (the path to follow). If you aren't actively navigating, you're adapting to needs of the moment. Persons visualize change based on their degree of perception of the higher context of their subsystem. 4. OPPORTUNITY - expect opportunities and they'll find you. Choice is made in response to awareness of opportunities for change presented by our current environment. 5. ACTION - point, plan, implement, assess, adapt = navigating on a journey. Pursuit of a vision requires controlled and directed action to bring that vision to reality.

There Is An Increasing Awareness Of The Natural Tendency To Connect What We Perceive and Create – i.e., To Integrate, Consolidate, And Reorganize - i.e., To Bring Order To Chaos and Thus Encompass More “Things” in our World. 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org. Value Lattice (Global Value Chain) (Full Axiology) (Global Economy Supply Chains, Every to Every) Value Chain (Partial Axiology) (Economy Sector Supply Chain, SOA, …B2B2B2C…) Business to Business to Consumer (B2B, B2C) (Inter-Enterprise Supplier/Customer Single Link Chains) Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) (Intra-Enterprise Full Functional Integration via SOA) Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (Intra-Enterprise Limited Functional Integration) Application Integration (Inter-Enterprise Limited Functional Integration) Functional Integration (Consolidation of Functional Process into a System) 1998-2010 1998-2008 1998-2005 1998-2003 1990-1998 1960-1998 Prehistory-1960 Integration Trends

A Model of Identity (A Person or Group in Relation to Their Environment) 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org.

Modeling Context

Model of Understanding (Perceiving Change In Its Context) 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org.

A Model of Intelligence 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org. Organized intelligence identifies the basis for responses to change, and their subsequent impacts

Management Functions (Evolving Structure of Intelligence) (#Mapped to Carver Policy Governance Methodology Elements) 06/07/09 Public Domain. Originated and authored by Roy Roebuck, 1982-2008. Published at http://www.one-world-is.org. To Manage Your Endeavor Intelligence, Manage Your Endeavor Architecture (EA) To Manage Your Endeavor Operations (2), Manage Your Endeavor Intelligence (1) Next State (Order) Decision Awareness Knowledge (EA) Information Data Signal Event Current State (Order) Increasing Intelligence (=Increasing Management/Order) Response Cause/Effect Learning Process Metadata Pattern Indicator Change Increasing Context (=Decreasing Chaos/Disorder) 2. Operations Function 1. Intelligence Function Functional Operations (per OrgUnit, Org, Location) Policy (# Ends ) Responsibility (# Board to Staff Linkage ) Performance Targets (# Ends ) Authority (# Limitations ) Budget (# Limitations ) Process (including # Board Governance Process ) Procedure Templates Rules Standards Mission (of Organization and Organization Unit) (# Ends ) Vision (# Ends ) Goals (# Ends ) Objectives (Indicators) (# Ends ) Strategies (for Change) (# Ends Linkage to Means ) Plans (# Means ) Means of Tracking Performance Oversight # Means Reporting # Means Adjustment # Means Performance (# Means ) Indicator Tracking Indicator Measurement Indicator Analysis Indicator Review Performance Review (# Linkage ) Means Assessment (# Linkage ) Ends Assessment (# Linkage ) Respond Process Sense Monitor Network

Functional Operations (per OrgUnit, Org, Location)

Policy (# Ends )

Responsibility (# Board to Staff Linkage )

Performance Targets (# Ends )

Authority (# Limitations )

Budget (# Limitations )

Process (including # Board Governance Process )

Procedure

Templates

Rules

Standards

Mission (of Organization and Organization Unit) (# Ends )

Vision (# Ends )

Goals (# Ends )

Objectives (Indicators) (# Ends )

Strategies (for Change) (# Ends Linkage to Means )

Plans (# Means )

Means of Tracking Performance

Oversight # Means

Reporting # Means

Adjustment # Means

Performance (# Means )

Indicator Tracking

Indicator Measurement

Indicator Analysis

Indicator Review

Performance Review (# Linkage )

Means Assessment (# Linkage )

Ends Assessment (# Linkage )

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