Part II. Summary

From Internet-Based Systems to Medical Machines

This part covers the principles in treating knowledge as a scientific entity. Though not entirely physical, knowledge has certain discernible flow characteristics and its dynamic nature. Knowledge becomes amenable to quantization and fragmentation. Words, phrases, sentences, etc., that have to follow the structure of language and expression, also carry the knowledge embedded in them, thus imparting a distinctive structure and flavor to knowledge. More than that, the use of figures, illustrations and charts makes the communication of knowledge forceful, potent, energy-centric and directional with vectorial properties. Such vector properties and directions can be altered by other ...

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