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Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
Web of States
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Web of Things? Well, Web of States is waycooler! :)

Web of Things? Well, Web of States is waycooler! :)

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    • 1. Web of Things States Fariz Darari fadirra _a.t_ _d.o.t_ com @mrlogix 1
    • 2. Things might change 2
    • 3. Things might change 3
    • 4. Things might change 4
    • 5. Things might change 5
    • 6. Things might change 6
    • 7. Therefore, we need something more detailed than things: States 7
    • 8. Example (Thing-based Representation) • Today at 8.00 AM, Carlo was happy as he was about to meet his girlfriend after a while. :carlo :hasMood :happy. • However, after meeting his GF at 10.00 AM, Carlo was sad because he just had a big argument with his GF. :carlo :hasMood :sad. 8
    • 9. Example (State-based Repr.) • Today at 8.00 AM, Carlo was happy as he was about to meet his girlfriend after a while. :carloAt0800AM :hasMood :happy. • However, after meeting his GF at 10.00 AM, Carlo was sad because he just had a big argument with his GF. :carloAt1000AM :hasMood :sad. 9
    • 10. Example (Thing-based Repr.) • Before Ver. 4.0, Firecat had been known to contain the bug RottenApple. :firecat :hasBug :rottenApple. :firecat :bugFree :rottenApple. • However, after Ver. 4.0, Firecat is RottenApple-free. :firecat :hasBug :rottenApple. :firecat :bugFree :rottenApple. 10
    • 11. Example (State-based Repr.) • Before Ver. 4.0, Firecat had been known to contain the bug RottenApple. :firecatBeforeV4 :hasBug :rottenApple. • However, after Ver. 4.0, Firecat is RottenApplefree. :firecatAfterV4 :bugFree :rottenApple. 11
    • 12. States are more detailed, more specific, & narrower. Think about software updates: :Firefox2 :hasUI 12
    • 13. States are more detailed, more specific, & narrower. Think about software updates: :Firefox3.5 :hasUI 13
    • 14. Also, think about wikipage updates: :Firefoxwiki02102002 :hasContent 14
    • 15. Also, think about wikipage updates: :Firefoxwiki02112013 :hasContent 15
    • 16. Thus, also for the Web, it’s not only about things, it’s about states Each color represents a thing. Different nodes of the same color represent states of things. 16
    • 17. Credits • http://www.thebutterflysite.com/images/monarch-emerging.jpg • http://blog.lib.umn.edu/stoe0062/psy_1001%20section%2021%20s pring%202012/child_development_stages.jpg • http://fc07.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2010/004/2/2/four_seasons_by_ nalmes.jpg • http://annmccranie.net/site/images/network2.gif • Wikipedia • GitHub • http://as10.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/1-screenshot-firefoxmoco.png • http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/img/press/screenshot-firefoxvista.png 17

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