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IoT Library: To Better Living Through Biosensors

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Ilya Geller
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IoT without attachment of structured unstructured data is the same traditional manually structured data
Ilya Geller   1/18/2016 9:19:34 PM
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IoT is for manually structured data: devices are manually programmed to produce one and the same outputs, feedbacks at almost the same situations.

However, each the output, feedback is described, somewhere and somehow, into terms of unstructured data, texts – into some manuals, for instance. Therefore, IoT is a part of all unstructured data, textual universe.

Meanwhile, Oracle already structures the unstructured data, texts: see Oracle ATG? Oracle: 'Term weights represent an extremely powerful feature, and care should be taken when using them... terms in an index are automatically weighted based on their distribution in the indexed content.'  The weights, statistics is what makes possible the structuring of texts – never before nobody (except, perhaps, me) could get that internal statistics.

IoT without attachment of structured unstructured data is the same traditional manually structured data, nothing new, everything is banal.  

PS Internet is gone, it already became database.

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