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Policy Analysis evolved from Operations Research through Systems Analysis to policy analysis in problem-oriented work carried out at the RAND Corporation and other organizations. The ACM-related bibliography had a common theme: the absence of any explicit reference to fundamental policy analysis. It appears that the models were invented (and/or evaluated) by scientists focused on their specific field of interest, attempting to address narrow technical concerns. The endeavours to address security policy questions excluded policy analysis; a security policy that aspires to be adopted in the WBSN domain is (or can be) an instance of a [public] policy concerning -what is to many- a global public good. The need for formalising security policies via policy analysis, in a manner similar to the utilisation of Mathematics in formalising ACM, is apparent.

Policy Analysis: A Primer

Policy Analysis evolved from Operations Research through Systems Analysis to policy analysis in problem-oriented work carried out at the RAND Corporation and other organizations. The ACM-related bibliography had a common theme: the absence of any explicit reference to fundamental policy analysis. It appears that the models were invented (and/or evaluated) by scientists focused on their specific field of interest, attempting to address narrow technical concerns. The endeavours to address security policy questions excluded policy analysis; a security policy that aspires to be adopted in the WBSN domain is (or can be) an instance of a [public] policy concerning -what is to many- a global public good. The need for formalising security policies via policy analysis, in a manner similar to the utilisation of Mathematics in formalising ACM, is apparent.

The Semantic Triple: An introduction

A semantic triple, or RDF triple or simply triple, is the atomic data entity in the Resource Description Framework (RDF) data model.[1] As its name indicates, a triple is a set of three entities that codifies a statement about semantic data in the form of subject–predicate–object expressions (e.g., "Bob is 35", or "Bob knows John").