NONLINEAR WORLD AS A REVERSIBLE REALITY:
A Crisis of Causality
Everything is Causally Reversed.
Causality is the Interrela...
REVERSIBILITY OF REALITY: Causality, Causation,
Reversibility, Interaction, Systems
I. Causality is the Interrelation of C...
THE WORLD: the Absolute Resource
• THE WORLD: Nature, Structure and Meaning
• The World, the totality of all possible worl...
THE I-WORLD DEVELOPMENT
• THE WORLD (THE UNIVERSE OF ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS); <http://www.ontopaedia/World>
• >
• THE ...
THE I-WORLD HIERARCHY
• THE WORLD hierarchy (The Great Chain of Being, Scala Natura, the Order of the Universe):
• > THE O...
REVERSIBLE WORLD: A Hidden
Universe
• We live in the World, W, unifying a Common Universe,
U, with its complement, a Rever...
THE WORLD MECHANISM: REVERSIBLE CAUSALITY
• One of the biggest gaps of the modern science is systematic neglecting of the ...
The Universal Logic of Cause-Effect Reversibility
• If a kind of change B is produced by a kind of change A, then B will c...
MODELING COMPLEX REALITY
• The world is the totality of interrelated cyclic processes and nonlinear networks of all kinds ...
THE PRICE OF IGNORANCE OR THE COST
OF REVERSIBILITY
• Today most discoveries and innovations are coming from the so-called...
NONLINEAR SCIENCE AND REVERSE
ENGINEERING
• Evidence of Reverse Causation is found in such diverse subject fields as Psych...
GLOBAL CAUSAL NETWORK: Complex Systems
and Nonlinear Networks
• Application fields of the World of Complex Systems as exte...
GOMPLEX CAUSAL SYSTEMS:
The Web of Interactions, Network of Interconnections, or System of Systems
I. Any real complex net...
WORLD KNOWLEDGE GRAPH:
GRAND GLOBAL GRAPH (GGG)
Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat
Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE GRAPH vs.
Google’s KNOWLEDGE GRAPH
• The key search engine company, Google, makes a paradigm shift from t...
NATURAL WORLD SYSTEMS:
CONVERTIBILITY AND REVERSIBILITY
• All the forces of nature, mechanical motions and forces, gravity...
GLOBAL RISK SYSTEMS
• Economic Risks
• Unmanageable inflation or deflation
• Chronic labour market imbalances
• Prolonged ...
GLOBAL ECONOMIC SYSTEMS
• The modern economy is an interconnected causal network of the wealth-influencing factors, variab...
Global Flows for Global Growth and Innovation:
Trade, finance, people, and data causally interconnect the world economy
• ...
Causal Power Set of the Disruptive
Technologies
• Mobile Internet (MI): Increasingly inexpensive and capable
mobile comput...
GLOBAL INTERNET OF EVERYTHING:
Smart Connected World
• The Internet of Everything (IoE) is broadly defined as networks of ...
SMART INDUSTRY: Integrated Primary, Secondary
and Tertiary Industries
• SMART INDUSTRY, a sector of nation’s sustainable e...
I-Government: Smart Citizenry, Executives, Parliament and
Judiciary
• The i-Government Platform is another social-technolo...
I-WORLD Portal for the WORLD COUNTRIES
• Africa
• Asia
• Australia, New
Zealand, and Oceania
• Europe
• North and South
Am...
ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM:
GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE BASE AND DATA SETS
• Basing on the Global Knowledge Causal Graph, the...
COMPUTING the Big Data
WORLD
• The Big Data Universe of social web networks, RFID and sensor networks, mobile applications...
I-WORLD RESOURCES: Reality, Universal Ontology and
Knowledge Systems: Towards an I-World
• Abdoullaev, A., Reality, Univer...
I-WORLD CONTENT FOR SALE
• ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENT CONTENT FOR
COMPUTING MACHINES AND NATURAL
INTELLIGENCES, KNOWLEDGE NE...
GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE BASES: BIG SCIENCE
AND USE CASES
• BIG SCIENCE: Integrated Science and Technology, Arts and Philosophy
• ...
EIS Intelligent Community Brands
• I-WORLD™; Smart Eco World™, Smart Green World™; Smart Sustainable World™
• Smart Sustai...
I-WORLD DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
• Smart Sustainable World (I-WORLD Government Platform), offered for the UN
• http://www.slid...
I-WORLD PROJECT CREATORS
• http://eu-smartcities.eu/users/azamat-abdoullaev-asha
• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azamat_Abd...
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Metaphysics of Smart World: the Nonlinear World as a Reversible Reality: Crisis of Dumb World of Classical Causality, Linear Thinking, Poor Science and Dead Technology

  1. 1. NONLINEAR WORLD AS A REVERSIBLE REALITY: A Crisis of Causality Everything is Causally Reversed. Causality is the Interrelation of Cause and Effect. Effect and Cause are Mutually and Reciprocally Connected. Every Change, Action, or Influence is both Cause and Effect. Causation Interrelates the World. Interaction Orders the World into the Dynamic World of Systems. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azamat_Abdoullaev http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/eis-ltd I-WORLD DEVELOPMENT ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM V: Understanding Complex World and Computing Complex Reality http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/creating-the-future-tomorrows-world http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/iworld-25498222 http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/innovation-platform http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/eis-global-innovation-platform “It is time to discard our false beliefs about reality; for any theory of the world based on linear causation or irreversible causality, mathematical, physical or philosophical, falling short of the reversible causal mechanisms, is substantially fallacious, and thereby deeply distorts our understanding of the world, its nature, structure, dynamics and complexity”. “In real world it is an axiom that every action is both cause and effect. Nothing is ever acted in just one direction.” “If I can see the world after the point of my disappearance, that means I am immortal”. Jean Baudrillard. The Perfect Crime. London: Verso, 1996.
  2. 2. REVERSIBILITY OF REALITY: Causality, Causation, Reversibility, Interaction, Systems I. Causality is the Interrelation of Cause and Effect. II. Effect and Cause are Mutually and Reciprocally Connected. III. Every Change, Action, or Influence is both Cause and Effect. Nothing is ever Acted in just One Direction. IV. Causation Interrelates the World. V. Reversibility and Interaction Order Reality into the Dynamic World of Systems. • It is time to discard our commonsense notion of a causality as: • a linear relationship of cause and effect, • a linear causal ordering, an asymmetric causal relation, • a linear relation between values of variables, • a function of one variable (the cause) on to another (the effect), etc. • It is time to discard our false beliefs about reality; for any theory of the world based on linear causation or irreversible causality, mathematical, physical or philosophical, falling short of the reversible causal mechanisms, is substantially fallacious, and thereby deeply distorts our understanding of the world, its nature, structure, dynamics and complexity. • In Reality, Everything can be Reversed, “not only particles into anti-particles, matter into anti-matter, but the laws themselves”. https://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Meta/MetaAbdo.htm • “The Ultimate of Reality: Reversible Causality” as further reading in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Causality • “Reversibility kills any determinist (or indeterminist) principle of causality in ovum, in the egg”. Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  3. 3. THE WORLD: the Absolute Resource • THE WORLD: Nature, Structure and Meaning • The World, the totality of all possible worlds; the universal class of everything; the class of all classes of all individuals; all things, things of every class, type and kind, the totality of things; the aggregation of all entities and relationships; the absolute resource; everything that exists, changes and interrelates; the causal unity of entities: • – UNIVERSE <http://www.ontopaedia.org/Universe> – EXISTENCE <http://www.ontopaedia.org/Existence> – THE WHOLE WORLD <http://www.ontopaedia.org/World> – COSMOS <http://www.ontopaedia.org/Cosmos> – MACROCOSM <http://www.ontopaedia.org/Macrocosm> – CREATION <http://www.ontopaedia.org/Creation> – RESOURCE <http://www.ontopaedia.org/Resource>, rdfs: Resource • <http://www.ontopaedia.org/World> owl:sameAs <http://www.ontopaedia.org./Reality> owl:sameAs <http://www.ontopaedia.org/Existence> owl:sameAs <http://www.ontopaedia.org/Universe> owl:sameAs <http://www.ontopaedia.org/Resource> Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  4. 4. THE I-WORLD DEVELOPMENT • THE WORLD (THE UNIVERSE OF ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS); <http://www.ontopaedia/World> • > • THE REALM OF NATURE (THE PHYSICAL UNIVERSE OF MATERIAL ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS); <http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature> • > • THE REALM OF MIND (THE MENTAL WORLD OF MENTAL ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS); <http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature/Mind> • > • THE REALM OF HUMAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE (THE SOCIAL WORLD OF SOCIAL ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS) <http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature/Mind/Society> • > • THE REALM OF TECHNOLOGY (THE ENGINEERING WORLD OF TECHNOLOGICAL ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS); <http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature/Mind/Society/Technology> • > • THE REALM OF INTELLIGENT AGENTS, KNOWLEDGE TECHNOLOGY AND SEMANTIC SYSTEMS; http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature/Mind/Society/Technology/IntelligentSystems> • > • THE INTELLIGENT CYBERSPACE (THE KNOWLEDGE WORLD OF INTELLIGENT ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS); • http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature/Mind/Society/Technology/IntelligentSystems/KnowledgeSociety/Cyberspace> • >… • Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. THE I-WORLD HIERARCHY • THE WORLD hierarchy (The Great Chain of Being, Scala Natura, the Order of the Universe): • > THE ONTOLOGICAL WORLD, REALITY, the world of Being (ENTITY), Infinity (SPACE) and Eternity (TIME) > • > THE PHYSICAL WORLD, the material realm of natural realities and relationships; • > THE MENTAL UNIVERSE, the psychological realm of mental entities and relations; • > THE SOCIAL REALITY, the social reality of cultural forms and processes and relationships; • > THE TECHNOLOGICAL REALITY, the engineering world of technical systems and processes; • >THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY WORLD, the universe of knowledge societies, intelligent systems, and ontological technologies • >THE INTELLIGENT WORLD, the universe of knowledge, technology and intelligence, social, human and machine • The World is everything that exists, inanimately, vegetally, sentiently, intelligently, or artificially: • the inanimate realm of matter and energy > the inorganic mineral world; • the organic world of living things, animate organisms or beings, life > the vegetal realm of plants > the sentient realm of animals > • humanity, world, human race, humankind, mankind, human beings, the intelligent realm of minds > • the social world of knowing beings > • the I-World of knowledge artifacts, cognitive agents, cyberorganisms, and artificial intelligent beings. Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  6. 6. REVERSIBLE WORLD: A Hidden Universe • We live in the World, W, unifying a Common Universe, U, with its complement, a Reversible Universe, U’, guided by Reversible Causation, which is still the biggest enigma and hidden knowledge for the most of us. • From all points of views, there is an urgent need in recognizing the universality and necessity of Reverse Causality, the reversing principle of causes and effects; for forward and backward causation together produce everything that comes into existence, determining the consistence and order of the Ever Changing World. • In understanding of the physical universe, a decisive role is to be played by the convertibility of physical forces due to Reverse Causality: a physical Theory of Everything that aimed to unify all the fundamental forces will involve the idea of inverse causality taking the physical processes to run in operation backward as forward. • The world is becoming active because it produces reversible processes, and reversible processes organize the world. • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). What Determines the World: Causality as the Life-or-Death Relationship. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28314 • Abdoullaev, A.,The Ultimate of Reality: Reversible Causality: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Meta/MetaAbdo.htm • The Baudrillard Sphinx asks: “What if even physical laws, the surest guarantee of the effect of irreversible causality in the universe, are slipping so gently into the reversible?”. • Reversibility, or Nonlinearity, refers to the fact that effect and cause are mutually connected, so that small changes in critical variables can lead to disproportionate changes in the system structure, properties, and behavior. This reversibility of causal order, the reversion of cause on effect, the precession and triumph of effect over cause -- is fundamental..... • “This is the definition of fate: the precession of the effects over their very causes. So all things happen before having happened”. • Fatal Strategies Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  7. 7. THE WORLD MECHANISM: REVERSIBLE CAUSALITY • One of the biggest gaps of the modern science is systematic neglecting of the reverse processes as covered by the cause-effect reversibility, the reverse (converse, reciprocal, transposed, reversed, inverse, contrary, or opposite) causality • Any real (causal) process as relating changes of any nature (physical or mental, social or economic, natural or technological) and any sort (quantitative, qualitative, and substantial) is reversing the order of its agency (action, influence, operation, producing) • Real causation must run in the opposite direction, or change to the opposite effect, thus the entities of a given causality are reversing the being of their order, turning backward both order and effect, changing to the contrary its direction, its order of action and operating. • Any real process acts both forward and backward, without breaching a temporal consistency between the past, the present, and the future. • Reverse Causality can profoundly deepen all the established notions about the nature of causes and causation mechanisms, revealing all the hidden processes, as well as their synergies and interconnections. • Reversible Causation is the engine of reality. A reversible process is ending up in a cyclical process, and all cyclical processes are resulting from reversibility. • Reversible Causality drives the world and its behavior, being responsible for its complexity and dynamics as the productive mechanism for any network of processes or complex systems, such as human beings or social economies and social structures, climate, nervous systems, cells, as well as energy or telecommunication infrastructures, or complex urban environment. • “This is the definition of fate: the precession of the effects over their very causes. So all things happen before having happened. This reversibility of causal order – the reversion of cause on effect, the precession and triumph of effect over cause – is fundamental. You might call it primordial, fatal and original. It is the reversibility of destiny. It somehow represents a mortal danger, precisely because it leaves no place for chance (chance can only be deduced, a contrario, on an order of causality)”. • Jean Baudrillard. Fatal Strategies. New York: Semiotext(e), 1999 • Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  8. 8. The Universal Logic of Cause-Effect Reversibility • If a kind of change B is produced by a kind of change A, then B will cause A always and universally. • STATEMENT. The reversal of causation/causality happens always and universally: a real cause is both a sufficient and necessary condition for its effect, as the true effect also is a necessary and sufficient condition for its cause. • COROLARY. Any real processes have to run backward producing a Nonlinear Web of Interactions, Network of Interconnections, or System of Systems • Other possible formulations of the binary causal predicate may be three types of contrary-to-fact statements, given in the time present, past, and future: • if A caused B, then B could (would) cause A; if A had caused B, then B could (would) have caused A; if A were to cause B, then B would be caused by B. By this reason, if the causal relation holds between one kind of change and a second kind P (C1, C2), it also holds between the second kind and the first kind. • What Determines the World: Causality as the Life-or-Death Relationship. IGI Global; http://www.igi-global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28314 • "nonlinearity refers to the fact that effect and cause are mutually connected, so that small changes in critical variables can lead to disproportionate changes in the system structure, properties, and behavior. • This reversibility of causal order, the reversion of cause on effect, the precession and triumph of effect over cause -- is fundamental....” Jean Baudrillard. Fatal Strategies. Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  9. 9. MODELING COMPLEX REALITY • The world is the totality of interrelated cyclic processes and nonlinear networks of all kinds of things (objects and substances, states and properties, changes and events, processes and relationships). • Representing reality as an unbounded dynamic nonlinear system of processes, forward and reversed, with one input and many outputs (results, consequences, upshots, or events), closely reflects the real state of affairs of the world. • Natural and social knowledge domains clearly demonstrate that we need to review the long-cherished beliefs that ‘like causes set up like effects, and unlike effects are effectuated by dissimilar causes’. ‘Similar causes can bring about completely dissimilar results’ due to the principle of reverse causality. • As it happens with the butterfly effect, when seemingly a nonessential change in a complex system can result in large, global effects affecting the whole system, like as the current regional warfare in Syria might end up in unforeseen worldwide repercussions. • The behavior of complex systems and structures in the world, as well as the general patterns of change, is regulated by reversing backward causality making up with the forward counterpart the unique enigmatic phenomenon of circular causation. • All flow of energy and matter in nature, all kinds of energy transformation and transfer are subjected to the all-comprehensive rule: any fundamental real process is liable to reversing its primary ordering of changes; or the order of operation of real processes turns backward in effect, whether it is the physical processes of water evaporation or a biological process of photosynthesis or some other natural process. • By causal necessity the opposite processes, as water condensation or air respiration, will complement these processes so as to form cyclic processes. • Essentially, the natural mechanisms as the cycling of energy (light and chemical bond energy) and matter (carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus, and water) determining all the life on Earth are possible due to Causal Reversion. • We need to accept that all real causal processes run backwards, being convertible, reversible and reactive, that the direction of action turns the other way round, and that the linear causal ordering was only a deep-rooted, time-honored but a confusion of the human mind, another myth of philosophy and linear science, another bad consequence of the Aristotelian and Cartesian meta- logical systems. • It is time to discard our false beliefs about reality; for any theory of the world based on linear causality, mathematical, physical or philosophical, falling short of the reversible causal mechanisms, is substantially fallacious, and thereby deeply distorts our understanding of the world, its nature, structure, dynamics and complexity. Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  10. 10. THE PRICE OF IGNORANCE OR THE COST OF REVERSIBILITY • Today most discoveries and innovations are coming from the so-called Nonlinear Science and Reverse Engineering. • It looks hardly to find a knowledge domain or practical sphere where the most innovational and ground-breaking ideas and strategies don’t involve the reversing of conventional, normal, or primary order of things. • After all, the intuitive learning of inverse relationship between asset prices and investor expectations allowed to the hedge fund speculator Soros to make a great fortune for himself and for his Quantum Fund’s investors. • Traditional economics, with its pricing models and modern portfolio theories, are stuck to the time- honored causal relationship from economic fundamentals to asset prices, while real markets more honor the reverse causality from the asset prices to the fundamentals (interest rates, growth rates, and inflation rates). • First who learned that affecting the asset prices (market quotations of stock or foreign currencies) one can change the fundamentals or investor expectations (via buying and selling orders) gets a fortune without earning it, ‘the temptation to all dishonesty’, by spiraling a destabilizing speculation instigating bandwagon effects, crazes, and bank-runs, ending usually in the securities market bubbles doomed to burst. • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). What Determines the World: Causality as the Life-or-Death Relationship. IGI Global; http://www.igi-global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28314 Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  11. 11. NONLINEAR SCIENCE AND REVERSE ENGINEERING • Evidence of Reverse Causation is found in such diverse subject fields as Psychology, Education, Politics, Multimedia Technology, Communication, Medicine, Culture Studies, Business, Engineering, Archeology, and Sociology. • Here are only some standard formulations: ‘ the happening of a reverse order’, ‘reciprocal causation’, ‘causality from… to is found to be stronger than causality in the reverse direction’, ‘reverse the direction of causality’, ‘the causality reverses’, ‘causality might be in reverse’, ‘causality operates in the reverse direction’, ‘the presence of reverse causality’, ‘reverse the causality flow’, ‘reverse the arrow of causality’, ‘to reverse the normal order of causality’, ‘ a bidirectional perspective of a cause-and-effect relationship reverses the primary direction of causality’, ‘reverse the normal order of causality’, ‘reverse the cause and effect and see if you can generate a new relation making sense’, etc. • The examples and cases of such relations, where causality should be analyzed in both directions, are as different as follows: global risks, warfare and natural disaster; exercise and fitness; parent’s relationships and parental relations; population’s IQ and nation’s wealth (or poverty); R&D expenditures and patents applications; poor health and productivity; trade and exchange rate volatility; innovation and productivity; investment and labor; public policy and competition; (managerial) ownership and leverage; majority electoral system and two-party system; taxes and migration; poverty and knowledge; inflation and money supply; project and plan; care work and employment; governance and economic growth; military expenditures and growth of output; corruption and economic performance; investment and corruption; economic fundamentals (growth, interest, and inflation rates) and asset prices; market prices and investor expectations; human perception and the market reality; nationalism and modernism, etc. • Which way does the causation run, either nationalism (patriotism and loyalty) causes modernity or nationalism is determined by modernity? Not immediately evident, but what is at once evident is that the scope of action of the phenomenon may run from to the global risk network (Global Risk, 2007) to the black hole information paradox (Hawking, 2004) to the fund management techniques, as ‘reflexivity hypothesis’ (Soros, 1998) . • The simplest widespread illustration is the mechanical power/drive train which transmits motion (power) from the engine of a car to the driving wheels, and conversely from the driving wheels to the engine. • Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev. REALITY, UNIVERSAL ONTOLOGY AND KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS: • Towards the Intelligent World. IGI Global, USA, 2008; http://www.igi-global.com/book/reality-universal-ontology- knowledge-systems/859 Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  12. 12. GLOBAL CAUSAL NETWORK: Complex Systems and Nonlinear Networks • Application fields of the World of Complex Systems as extensive as the World itself as far as any complex system is a network of heterogeneous components that interact reversibly or nonlinearly • Some key real world examples of nonlinear causal networks of complex systems are as follows: • WORLD KNOWLEDGE. GLOBAL CAUSAL NETWORK OF NATURE, MIND, SOCIETY AND TECHNOLOGY. Global Knowledge Causal Graph makes the substance for Google’s Knowledge Graph of interconnected entities and their attributes, using the entity-relationship database model. • NATURAL WORLD. GLOBAL CAUSAL NETWORK OF NATURAL PROCESSES. • SOCIAL WORLD. GLOBAL CAUSAL NETWORK OF HUMANS. The Social Nexus is a Social Network of Humans interconnected and linked up or bonded by different ties: world views, ideals, values, goals, common ideas, expectations, interests, opinions, friendship, kinship, family, feeling, opposition, war, hate, business, work, trade, financial exchange, or the web or virtual community (Social Web, as social networking websites, Myspace, Facebook, Flicr, FOAF) • GLOBAL NETWORK OF RISKS. The RISK Nexus an interconnected network of global risks, environmental, economic, geopolitical, societal, technological; cataclysmic events as disasters and catastrophes of planetary significance (proposed by the World Economic Forum Global Risk Network) • ECONOMIC GROWTH. CAUSAL NETWORK OF WEALTH GROWTH • TECHNOLOGY. CAUSAL NETWORK OF DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES • FUTURE INTERNET. CAUSAL NETWORK OF INTERNET OF EVERYTHING • FUTURE GOVERNMENT. CAUSAL NETWORK OF SMART GOVERNANCE , etc. Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  13. 13. GOMPLEX CAUSAL SYSTEMS: The Web of Interactions, Network of Interconnections, or System of Systems I. Any real complex networks or systems belong to causal systems or causal networks of processes II. Any real complex networks or systems interrelate causes and effects as dynamic entities (changes or events or processes or state variables), not static entities (as objects, agents, facts, or states of affairs). III. Any real complex networks or systems interconnect causes and effects in reversible ways, thus creating causal loops and cycles and emerging phenomena. • There is a large confusion with defining complex systems, chaotic or self-organizing, nonlinear or adaptive, dynamic or static, largely missing the above rules: • A complex system is a network of heterogeneous components that interact nonlinearly, to give rise to emergent behavior (Wikipedia Article on Complex Systems). • A complex system is a highly structured system, which shows structure with variations (N. Goldenfeld and Kadanoff) • A complex system is one whose evolution is very sensitive to initial conditions or to small perturbations, one in which the number of independent interacting components is large, or one in which there are multiple pathways by which the system can evolve (Whitesides and Ismagilov) • A complex system is one that by design or function or both is difficult to understand and verify (Weng, Bhalla and Iyengar) • A complex system is one in which there are multiple interactions between many different components (D. Rind) • Complex systems are systems in process that constantly evolve and unfold over time (W. Brian Arthur). Science On Complex Systems. • Among the features of a complex system, the following attributes are highlighted: • Cascading Failures • Fuzzy boundaries between a system and its environment • Multiplicity • Being open • Having a memory • Having emergent phenomena • Non-linear Relationships, small inputs, large outputs • Relationships contain feedback loops, negative or positive • SEE FUTHER SOME KEY SAMPLES OF COMPLEX CAUSAL SYSTEMS, NOW EXCLUDING THE WELL-KNOWN COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS, FROM THE BIOSPHERE AND ECOSYSTEMS TO SOCIAL TAGGING SYSTEMS, WEB 3.0 >>> • Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  14. 14. WORLD KNOWLEDGE GRAPH: GRAND GLOBAL GRAPH (GGG) Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  15. 15. GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE GRAPH vs. Google’s KNOWLEDGE GRAPH • The key search engine company, Google, makes a paradigm shift from the word- matching query to search by things themselves, where the AI-like intelligence consists in understanding the relationships among things. • Global Knowledge Graph, the core of the Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform, makes the substance for Google’s Knowledge Graph of interconnected entities and their attributes, using the entity-relationship database model. • Tapping on Wikipedia, Freebase and CIA World Factbooks, it is currently containing more than 500 million people, places and things that have about 3.5 billion attributes. • The graph presents an encyclopedia with structured information obtained from the web to help understanding queries, provide answers to complex questions and find more relevant results. • It capitalizes on FreeBase, a community-built online collection of databases, an open database of the world's knowledge, a massive, collaboratively edited database of cross- linked data, and where an interface affords to fill in information structured with metadata, and to categorize or connect data items in meaningful ways. Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  16. 16. NATURAL WORLD SYSTEMS: CONVERTIBILITY AND REVERSIBILITY • All the forces of nature, mechanical motions and forces, gravity, heat, magnetism, electricity, radiation, chemical force, and biological actions, are causally interrelated, tied together, or mutually dependent, reversing the order of causal action in opposite directions, from the direct to the inverse. • All the basic physical phenomena, as well as the forms of energy, are divided as mechanical phenomena (mechanical energy), quantum-mechanical phenomena (e.g., atomic energy, activation energy, binding energy, and chemical energy), thermal phenomena (heat energy), magnetic phenomena (magnetic energy), electrical phenomena (electrical energy), and electromagnetic fields (radiant energy), each of which can act as a cause or an effect of a causal process. • Now adding chemical change to the above physical phenomena, we obtain a distributed network of heterogenous physico-chemical processes: • Mechanochemical processes; • QM- chemical processes; • Magnetochemical processes; • Electrochemical processes; • Thermochemical changes • Radiation-chemical changes. • Each part of the disparate processes is capable to act as the cause and the effect of a forward process, as well as the cause and the effect of the converse process. • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). What Determines the World: Causality as the Life-or-Death Relationship. IGI Global; http://www.igi-global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28314 Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  17. 17. GLOBAL RISK SYSTEMS • Economic Risks • Unmanageable inflation or deflation • Chronic labour market imbalances • Prolonged infrastructure neglect • Hard landing of an emerging economy • Environmental Risks • Unprecedented geophysical destruction • Persistent extreme weather • Antibiotic-resistant bacteria • Geopolitical Risks • Entrenched organized crime • Widespread illicit trade • Unilateral resource nationalization • Societal Risks • Vulnerability to pandemics • Rising religious fanaticism • Mismanagement of population aging • Unmanaged migration • Rising rates of chronic disease • Technological Risks • Massive digital misinformation • Unintended consequences of new life science technologies • Unintended consequences of climate change mitigation • Unintended consequences of nanotechnology • Failure of intellectual property regime • Irremediable pollution • Mismanaged urbanization • Persistent extreme weather • Critical fragile states • Pervasive • Terrorism • entrenched corruption • Backlash against globalization • Food shortage crises • Unmanaged migration • Cyber attacks • Massive digital misinformation • Massive incident of data fraud or theft • Chronic labour market imbalances • Land and waterway use mismanagement • Prolonged infra–structure neglect • Extreme volatility in energy and agriculture prices • Severe income disparity • Unforeseen negative consequences of regulations • Major systemic financial failure • Unsustainable population growth • Critical systems failure • Global governance failure • Rising greenhouse gas emissions • Chronic fiscal imbalances • Mismanagement of population aging • Failure of diplomatic conflict resolution • GLOBAL RISKS MAP 2012. Source: World • http://reports.weforum.org/global-risks-2012/#= Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  18. 18. GLOBAL ECONOMIC SYSTEMS • The modern economy is an interconnected causal network of the wealth-influencing factors, variables, or causes: • natural resources, • raw materials, • labor force, • machinery, • capital investments, • the fertility of land, • the money supply, • the rate of interest on money, • inflation rate, • government expenditure/ borrowing, • rules or breach of law, • rate of population growth, • trade, • rate of scientific development, • rate of technological advance, • political stability (the conditions of war or peace) • Now, in accordance with the principle of reverse causality, any developed economy is a system of interrelated economic categories where causation runs in opposite direction as much as forward. Being an element of a complex nonlinear causal system, the wealth growth becomes the cause of changes in technology, labor and financial markets, government policies, labor force, the supply of capital, inflows of investment, general domestic product growth, and export growth. • Therefore, all economic influences are both the causes and the effects of economic development (or backwardness). In a nonlinear dynamic system, as a modern economic system is, therefore, each factor becomes crucial, as an official corruption, mal-administration and government incompetence may result in a dismal decay of a whole social system. Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  19. 19. Global Flows for Global Growth and Innovation: Trade, finance, people, and data causally interconnect the world economy • Global flows, the transnational movement of goods, services, finance, people and ideas, have been critical in economic growth for ages, since the ancient times of the Silk Road and the new time of the Industrial Revolution, creating the interconnectedness among economies and determining the fate of whole nations. • For all 195 countries around the world, the inflows and outflows of goods, services, capital, finance, and people, as well as the data and communication flows, are everything. • The world witnesses an ever-expending network of global flows of trade, goods, services, finance and data reaching $26 trillion in 2012, or 36 percent of global GDP, and $54 trillion to $85 trillion by 2025 due to the spread of the Internet and digital technologies. • Digital technologies, reducing the cost of production and distribution, are transforming physical flows, as capital, labor or knowledge-intensive flows, into digital flows of people, products, services, finances, and ideas. • Implementing smart strategies and policies and integrating the world economy, the EIS Global Flows Platform is to allow taking full advantage to participants of all types—countries, cities, businesses, governments, and individuals. • “The global web of economic interconnections between countries and companies is growing ever larger and more complex. Yet often the public discussion focuses on narrow metrics, such as exports, or individual flows such as cross-border financial flows or immigration. Much less research has been done to analyze the comprehensive web of cross-border interactions that increasingly characterize our world. This report contributes to addressing that gap”. Global flows in a digital age: How trade, finance, people, and data connect the world economy. McKinsey Global Institute, April 2014 • http://eu-smartcities.eu/blog/smart-silk-road-eu-china-international-project • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/network-software EIS GLOBAL INNOVATION PLATFORM Azamat Abdoullaev 2013-2015 All Rights Reserved
  20. 20. Causal Power Set of the Disruptive Technologies • Mobile Internet (MI): Increasingly inexpensive and capable mobile computing devices and Internet connectivity • Automation of knowledge work (AK): Intelligent software systems that can perform knowledge work tasks involving unstructured commands and subtle judgments • The Internet of Things (IT or M2M): Networks of low-cost sensors and actuators for data collection, monitoring, decision making, and process optimization • Cloud technology (CT): Use of computer hardware and software resources delivered over a network or the Internet, often as a service • Advanced robotics: Increasingly capable robots with enhanced senses, dexterity, and intelligence used to automate tasks or augment humans • Autonomous and near-autonomous vehicles (AV): Vehicles that can navigate and operate with reduced or no human intervention • Next-generation genomics (NG): Fast, low-cost gene sequencing, advanced big data analytics, and synthetic biology (“writing” DNA) Energy storage technology (EST): Devices or systems that store energy for later use, including batteries • 3D printing (3DP): Additive manufacturing techniques to create objects by printing layers of material based on digital models • Advanced materials (AM): Materials designed to have superior characteristics (e.g., strength, weight, conductivity) or functionality Advanced oil and gas exploration and recovery (AOG): Exploration and recovery techniques that make extraction of unconventional oil and gas economical • Renewable energy technology (RET): Generation of electricity from renewable sources with reduced harmful climate impact • Disruptive Technologies ={(Mobile Internet and Wireless Web, Knowledge Work Automation, the Internet of Things or M2M Internet, Cloud Technology, Advanced Robotics, Autonomous Vehicles, NG Genomics, Energy Storage, Additive Manufacturing or 3D Printing, Advanced Materials, Advanced Oil and Gas Exploration and Recovery, Renewable Energy Technologies),…} • DT = {(MI, AK, IT, CT, AR, AV, NG, 3DP, AM, AOG, RET); (MI, AK), (IT, CT), (AR, AV), (NG, 3DP), (AM, AOG), (RET, MI), …} • Causal nexus of technologies multiply a causal impact, while ICT (Information and Communications Technologies) is the root cause of the development of most disruptive technologies, with huge causal implications for persons and societies, organizations and businesses, economies and governments. • The combined potential economic impact by 2025 from the applications of the 12 disruptive technologies is estimated in the tens of trillions of dollars per year • SOURCE: McKinsey Global Institute analysis: Disruptive technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy, May 2013 Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  21. 21. GLOBAL INTERNET OF EVERYTHING: Smart Connected World • The Internet of Everything (IoE) is broadly defined as networks of networks with trillions of connections to reversibly interconnect People, Process, Data, and Things into a world-wide cyber- physical socio-economic ecosystem (run by the I-World Platform). • The Cisco® Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG) believes that the Internet of Things (IoT), where millions of new devices are regularly being connected to the Internet is the matter of fact now, and it is a subset of the coming IoE. • Cisco estimates that 99.4 percent of physical objects in the world are still unconnected. With only about 10 billion of the 1.5 trillion things currently connected globally, there is vast potential to connect the unconnected via the IoE. • Between 2013 and 2022, $14.4 trillion of value (net profit) will be up for use for private-sector companies and industries globally due to IoE. • The Internet of Things has the potential to create economic impact of $2.7 trillion to $6.2 trillion annually by 2025, with the largest impact in healthcare and manufacturing. • For example, the total operating cost of global manufacturing is currently about $25 trillion per year and could reach more than $47 trillion by 2025. Perhaps, 80 to 100 percent of all manufacturing could be using Internet of Things applications by that time. • Joseph Bradley, Joel Barbier, and Doug Handler, Embracing the Internet of everything to capture your share of $14.4 trillion, Cisco Systems, February 12, 2013. • McKinsey Global Institute. Disruptive technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy, May 2013 • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/theoryof-everything2internetofeverything Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  22. 22. SMART INDUSTRY: Integrated Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Industries • SMART INDUSTRY, a sector of nation’s sustainable economy; the stock of basic facilities of capital equipment to function for a smart country/area/region; a group of productive enterprises and organizations that produce or supply innovative goods, services, or sustainable sources of income. • Smart industries are reclassified as primary industry (PI), secondary industry (SI) and tertiary industry (TI), but as reversibly interconnected: (PI, SI, TI) x (PI, SI, TI). • Primary industry, or Eco-Sustainable Industry • It covers genetic industries of renewable natural resources of agriculture, livestock, forestry, fishing, and natural processes as renewable energy resources (solar energy, hydroenergy, geothermal energy, airthemal energy, wind energy, bioenergy and landfill gas, LFG, and energy from sewage thermal technologies, WTE plants). • It is downsizing extractive industries of mining of mineral ores, quarrying of stone and extraction of mineral fuels, considering it as part of national infrastructure. • Secondary Industry, or Smart Manufacturing Industry • Secondary or smart manufacturing industry, heavy and light industries, takes the replacable raw materials and goods to economically process into resource-efficient consumer goods and products; building sustainable capital goods. • It is optimizing energy-producing industries, aviation, construction/housing, automobile, chemical, coal, electronics, computer, steel trucking, oil, shipbuilding, fashion, film, show biz, fashion, and arms industries • Tertiary, or Smart Service Industry • It produces no tangible goods, provide services, intangible gains or generate sustainable wealth and prosperity, a mix of private and government enterprises. • The Smart Service Industry includes: • Smart banking, finance, insurance, investment and real estate services; • Smart wholesale, retail, and resale trade; • Smart transportation, information and communications services; professional, consulting, legal and personal services; • Sustainable tourism, hotels, restaurants and entertainment; • Smart repair and maintenance services; • Smart education and teaching; • Smart health, social welfare, administrative, police, security, and defence services. • Smart Sustainable Industry is the base for knowledge society and economy, marked by innovative economy, intelligent services, knowledge, research and innovation Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  23. 23. I-Government: Smart Citizenry, Executives, Parliament and Judiciary • The i-Government Platform is another social-technological application of I-World to make the government smart, sustainable and innovative, more effective and efficient and more friendly to citizens and businesses. • I-Government (short for intelligent government, also i-gov, smart government, virtual/online cyber government, or smart connected government) implies digitally intelligent reversible interactions between 1. Government (Executive, Judiciary and Lawmakers) and citizens (G2C), 2. government and businesses/Commerce (G2B), 3. government and employees (G2E), 4. government to governments /agencies (G2G). • The i-Government delivery models can be briefly summed up as a symmetrical causal interaction: • G (E, J, L) x (C, B, E) U (C, B, E) x G (E, J, L): G2C (Government to Citizens); G2B (Government to Businesses); G2E (Government to Employees); G2G (Government to Government, international government, central/national government, local government, civil government); C2G (Citizens to Governments); B2G (Business to Government); E2G (Employees to Government) • As a smart government reference framework, the i-Government model will be applied as 4i-Government, innovated, integrated, instrumented and intelligent, figured as a 4-tiered i-Government Pyramid Model. • I-Government succeeds smart government, transformational government, as well as e-government, with its subdivisions: m-government (mobile government), u-government (ubiquitous government), and g-government (GIS/GPS applications for e-government). • 4I-Government Platform provides an ultimate vision of an integrated portfolio of government activities and public projects, like optimal budgeting, smart civil technologies, natural resources protection, public space management, intelligent policing, finance control, transportation efficiency, etc. • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/intelligent-global-government; http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/i-world- state Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  24. 24. I-WORLD Portal for the WORLD COUNTRIES • Africa • Asia • Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania • Europe • North and South America • The Middle East • The LAND or GEOGRAPHY • The PEOPLE • The ECONOMY • SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY • ADMINISTRATION • CULTURE • HISTORY • FUTURE • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/iworld- 25498222 Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  25. 25. ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM: GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE BASE AND DATA SETS • Basing on the Global Knowledge Causal Graph, the EIS Knowledge Base facilitates Data Integration from many different sources to generate actionable knowledge, new intelligence and comprehensive profiles of entities, persons or groups, objects or substances, events or processes, links or relations or structure and patterns in behaviour, communication, movement and relationships, like as below: • Financial transactions data bases, Banking data bases, Bank account transactions • Data Retention Systems • Utilities data bases, Utility billing datasets (electricity, communications, tax), Communications data bases, Government data bases, Registry office records, Land registry data base, Credit card transactions • Insurance company data bases • Telephone book data bases, Telephone billing records • Car rental data base • Internet Protocol Address GIS • Police and criminal records for terrorism, money laundering, kidnapping, insurance fraud, drug trafficking, corruption, child pornography, slave traffic and arms trafficking; Data sets for terrorism, cyber-terrorism, bioterrorism, chemical terrorism, nuclear terrorism, eco-terrorism, narco-terrorism, domestic terrorism, international terrorism and theo-terrorism • Driving Licence register, Vehicle registration data base • Traffic control points • Border Control data base • Social Network data base • Passport data base, Finger print data base, DNA analysis data base, Biometric Data Center, Human genome data bases • Weather data bases, Natural disaster data bases • Environment Monitoring Data Bank • Resource management data bases • Big Science and Technology data bases Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  26. 26. COMPUTING the Big Data WORLD • The Big Data Universe of social web networks, RFID and sensor networks, mobile applications and cloud systems, social networks, as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Slideshare, and innumerable statistics offers a massive amount of data in real time, with a lot of opportunities to create, share, publish and mine data online. • More and more sophisticated technologies are introduced to process large quantities of data, such as massively parallel- processing databases, data-mining grids, distributed file systems, distributed databases, cloud based applications, storage and computing resources and the Internet itself. • DARPA’s Topological Data Analysis program is seeking the fundamental structure of massive data sets and the tools to exploit that knowledge. • To address the "Grand Challenges" of the 21st Century, the American Innovation Strategy plans “an "exascale" supercomputer capable of a million trillion calculations per second to dramatically increase our ability to understand the world around us through simulation and slashing the time needed to design complex products such as therapeutics, advanced materials, and highly- efficient autos and aircraft. • But, like raw crude, raw data in and of itself, however fast, big and varied, – without a structure and strategy and pattern around it – isn’t of any true value, both for humans and machines, and the key thing is establishing the fundamental structure of massive data sets. • The sense of Big Data lies in the Big Knowledge of universal principles and fundamental laws, upper and domain ontologies, total schemas and full taxonomies, comprehensive world models, multidisciplinary sciences and global computing ontologies. • It is plan that machine understanding of the world, its domains and systems, comes from Big Knowledge Synthesis, theoretical models and strategic schemas and universal reasoning algorithms, rather than Big Data Analytics. • It is plain that the real or causal knowledge of the world, its complex systems and processes, Causal World Knowledge, or Big Knowledge, is the base and framework for Infinite Data Flow, or Big Data. • It is plain that machine understanding of the world, its domains and systems, comes from its true modeling and comprehensive real-life simulation of complex reality, from deep computing the World, its domains, systems, processes and complex causal interactions and networks. • Overall, the World is an enormously complex by causally ordered whole entity, subject to understanding by humans and machines. Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  27. 27. I-WORLD RESOURCES: Reality, Universal Ontology and Knowledge Systems: Towards an I-World • Abdoullaev, A., Reality, Universal Ontology and Knowledge Systems: Towards an Intelligent World, 2008, IGI Global, USA: http://www.igi- global.com/book/reality-universal-ontology-knowledge-systems/859 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). Toward the Intelligent Civilization of Ontological Technology; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28308 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). Ways to View the World: A Standard Ontology as the Reality Framework and the World Code. IGI Global: http://www.igi-global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28309 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). The World Code: Mathematical Ontology as the Real Road to Reality. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28310 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). What Makes Reality: Ontological Classes and Rules. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28311 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). What Orders Reality: Relationship, Relatives, and Relations. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28312 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). What Organizes the World: N-Relational Entities. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28313 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). What Determines the World: Causality as the Life-or-Death Relationship. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28314 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). How to Reason about the World: The Common Reasoning Platform. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28315 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). How the World is Signified: Real World Semantics, or What Meaning Relation is. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28316 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). How to Represent the World: Ontology-Controlled Natural Languages. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28317 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). Natural Language Intelligences: The Virtual or Digital Aristotle. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28318 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). The Knowledge Society Applications: The RRR Language Machines. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28319 • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). Reality Classification System: A Product Line of the EIS UFO. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28320 • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/theoryof-everything2internetofeverything Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  28. 28. I-WORLD CONTENT FOR SALE • ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENT CONTENT FOR COMPUTING MACHINES AND NATURAL INTELLIGENCES, KNOWLEDGE NETWORKS AND COGNITIVE TECHNOLOGIES, FUTURE INTERNET AND SEMANTIC WEB, SMART CITIZENS AND INTELLIGENT GOVERNMENT; ENCYCLOPEDIC MINDS AND INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS: • 3.0 WORLD > • 3.0 KNOWLEDGE, 3.0 COGNITION > • 3.0 Mind; 3.0 Information, 3.0 Data; 3.0 Practice; 3.0 CONTENT > • 3.0 Idea, Thought; 3.0 Wisdom; 3.0 Education; 3.0 Culture; 3.0 Representation; 3.0 Experience; 3.0 Belief; 3.0 Tradition; 3.0 Metaknowledge; 3.0 Knowledge Base, Knowledge Domain > • 3.0 Discipline, Branch of Knowledge > • 3.0 Science, Scientific Knowledge > • 3.0 Applied Science, 3.0 Technology, 3.0 Engineering> • 3.0 Information and Computing Technologies, 3.0 ICT; 3.0 Communications Technologies; 3.0 Biomedical Technologies; 3.0 Space Technologies; 3.0 Nuclear Technologies; 3.0 Energy Technologies; 3.0 Nanotechnologies; 3.0 Mechanical Engineering; 3.0 Chemical Engineering; 3.0 Civil Engineering; 3.0 Industrial Engineering; 3.0 Transportation Technologies; 3.0 Architectural Engineering • UNIVERSAL SCHEMA FOR KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS, INNOVATION NETWORKS, AND STRATEGIC COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES >>>>>>>>>>>> • • ONTOPEDIA™: A Global Ontology of the World, Universal Ontology™ for the Big Data Systems, Global Knowledge Bases, the Internet of Everything and World Knowledge Web Price: EUR 6000.00 (VAT included) E-Book: PDF Format NOTE. For developers who fed up the schema simulations of the major internet search engine providers (Microsoft, Yahoo! and Google) • ONTOPEDIA®: Universal Web Ontology™ THE INTELLIGENT WORLD DIRECTORY: Universal Standard Entity Classification System (USECS 3.0; 6.99 MB) Price: EUR 1000.00 (VAT included) E-Book: PDF Format • GLOBAL SEARCH SYSTEM™ (Semantic MetaSearch Schema for Future Internet/Web of Things and Knowledge) Price: EUR 550.00 (VAT included) E-Book: PDF Format • GESS™ (Global Entity Search System Schema) Price: EUR 350.00 (VAT included) E-Book: PDF Format Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  29. 29. GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE BASES: BIG SCIENCE AND USE CASES • BIG SCIENCE: Integrated Science and Technology, Arts and Philosophy • Price: EUR 900.00 (VAT included) E-Book: PDF Format • USE CASES • I. MEDICAL ONTOLOGY: MEDICINE, DISEASES, and DRUGS • MEDICINE • DIAGNOSIS, DISEASE, AND TREATMENT • DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND MEDICATION • II. COMMERCIAL ONTOLOGY: BUSINESS OR COMMERCE • BUSINESS LAW • BUSINESS ORGANIZATION, ENTERPRISE • MARKET • MARKETING • INDUSTRY • INDUSTRY AND PRODUCT CLASSIFICATION SCHEMAS • III. GEOGRAPHIC ONTOLOGY: COUNTRIES, NATIONS, AND PEOPLES • COUNTRY • WORLD CONTINENTS AND WORLD COUNTRIES • COUNTRIES, STATES, NATIONS, AND LANDS • Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved
  30. 30. EIS Intelligent Community Brands • I-WORLD™; Smart Eco World™, Smart Green World™; Smart Sustainable World™ • Smart Sustainable Communities™ , Smart Eco Community™ , Smart Green Community™ • X.0 World™; World X.0™; 3.0 World™; World 3.0; 3.0 City™; City 3.0™ • i-Europe™, Intelligent Europe™, Smart Europe™, Europe SkyNet™ • i-Russia™, Smart Russia™, Intelligent Russia™, Russia SkyNet™ • i-America™, i-China™, i-Japan™, i-Germany™, i-Britain™ • Smart America™, Smart China™, Smart Japan™, Smart Germany™, Smart Britain™ • Smart Cyprus ™, i-Cyprus ™, Smart EcoIsland™ • Умная Россия™, Интеллектуальная Россия ™, Умное Подмосковье™; • Intelligent Eco City™; Smart Eco City™; iEcoCity™; Neapolis Smart EcoCity™ • Smart Eco London™; Smart Eco Paris™; Smart Eco Rome™; Smart Eco Geneva™; Smart Eco Moscow™; Smart Eco New York™; Smart Eco Dubai™ ; Smart Eco Tokyo™; Smart Eco Shanghai™; Smart Eco Taipei™; Smart Eco Singapore™; Smart Eco Hong Kong™; Smart Eco Shenzhen™ • iCITY™, i-City ™, i-City Operating Systems™; Smart City Software™; i-Community Package™ • Intelligent Urban Operating Systems; Smart Eco Community Operating Systems, SECOS™ • Territorial Intelligent Platform™, TIP; Territorial Intelligent Systems™, TIS™ • Москва – Интеллектуальный Экоград™, Smart Green Moscow™ • 3.0 City™; City 3.0™; Building 3.0; Здание 3.0™, Город 3.0™, Регион 3.0™ • Энциклопедический Интеллект ™; Encyclopedic Intelligence ™, Global Innovation Platform™ • Smart Internet™, Intelligent Cyberspace, Intelligent Internet™, iNet™, Smart Web™; Global SkyNet™ CREATING THE FUTURE Azamat Abdoullaev 2013-2015
  31. 31. I-WORLD DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS • Smart Sustainable World (I-WORLD Government Platform), offered for the UN • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/future-world-27173937; http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/i-world- state • i-Europe (Smart Green Europe; i-Europe Platform and Smart Big Europe, i-Germany, i-Britain, i- France, i-Italy, i-Spain), offered for the EC • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/smart-europe • i-Germany, offered for the federal government • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/igerman • i-Britain, offered for the national government • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/ibritain • i-Cyprus (Smart Cyprus 2013-2020), offered for the national government • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/future-cyprus-2013-2020 • i-Russia (Smart Russia and i-Government), offered for the federal government • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/russia-26832583 • i-America (Smart USA and i-Government), offered for the federal government • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/smart-america • i-China (Smart Green China and i-Government) http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/smart-china • i-City (Smart City of the Future, Intelligent Eco Cities and Smart Sustainable Communities), to be offered for transnational communities (EU), national governments, municipalities and/or global systems integrators and vendors or big real estate developers or large multinationals or group of multinationals as Smart City Planning, Inc. • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/future-cities-27402134 • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/future-property; http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/ibuilding- 26545480 EIS GLOBAL INNOVATION PLATFORM Azamat Abdoullaev 2013-2015 All Rights Reserved
  32. 32. I-WORLD PROJECT CREATORS • http://eu-smartcities.eu/users/azamat-abdoullaev-asha • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azamat_Abdoullaev • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/presentations • EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd (EU) • ООО "Энциклопедические Интеллектуальные Системы“ (Moscow, Russia) • EIS ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE DIGITAL PARADIGM: GLOBAL INNOVATION AND DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE I: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/encyclopedic- intelligence ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE II: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/encyclopedic- intelligence-24260973 ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE III: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/encyclopedic- intelligence-global-marketing ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE IV: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/encyclopedic- intelligence-big-science-and-technology ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE V: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/global-intelligence- 26413485 • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/eis-global-innovation-platform • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/eis-ltd • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/eis-limited-28850348 • Internet Sites: http://iiisyla.livejournal.com Nonlinear World 2013-2015 Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved

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