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OPEE-Object profile elements extension

"OPEE is a major breakthrough for object oriented database technology designed to promote a deeper understanding of information and determinate relationships within an object or between object sets.

It is designed to make a key contribution to learning and learning recall. Our prototype tests have demonstrated that OPEE is very effective for this purpose.

OPEE has many other significant potential impacts on project design for component and forecasting validations and subsequent performance.

OPEE is the result of many years dedicated research into learning systems and blockchain technology (Accumulogs) at SEEL"

Hector McNeill

SEEL has released an operational OPEE prototype1 to be integrated as a control component of the Accumulog configuration held by a Plasma database.

The OPEE extension adds additional elements to the normal object elements profile which is composed of: object, properties and methods. The additional elements are:
  • a validator that uses the object method to validate the object profile by generating the next element set consisting of:
  • resultant states and their probabilities

This represents an major advance in object-oriented database technology. This was designed to enhance the ability of Accumulogs to serve their original purpose of providing the most powerful learning and recall system.

As a result, rather than representing text, data, graphs and sound the Accumulog permits users to use the transform to validate the data records. This provides a means of adjusting object element profiles to approximate known ranges gathered from benchmarks or other evidence. The states and probabilities can be compared with real life circumstances.

The diagram on the left shows a Standard Transform Unit2 which is the main component of a series of such components making up a projects activities. Where no benchmarks or evidence exist use can be made to locational state theory which, in many cases, can determine the degree to which an object profile approximates reality.

Tranforms vary according to the object method and the context of the object components with respect to project transforms (activities) and overall project objectives.

Accumulog configurations and security prevent the original data from being lost but a user can assess new data and explore options by using the validator which embodies the method and inputting new object profiles so as gain the additional benefit of instructional simulation which can greatly extend the depth of understanding of the object determinate relationships involved. The benefit of this Accumulog-based operation if that both recall and further more in depth appraial of a project model, made up of transforms (project activities) can greatly enhance the undertanding of the state of a project design in terms of vulnerabilities, resilience and sustainability.

June 2018

1  McNeill, H. W., "An enhanced learning system component - OPEE-Object Profile Elements Extension" (working prototype), SEEL, Portsmouth, May 20th, 2018.

2  STU-Standard Transform Unit is a component of a project that represents any activity, it is the process that transforms specified inputs into specified output and by-products. Transforms are the operational components of determinant decision analysis models of projects. In terms of coding or scripts, transform processes are represented by the object method.