Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of ISO15926Primer_LongTail

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12/29/11 00:11:24 (10 years ago)
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  • ISO15926Primer_LongTail

    v2 v3  
    2626[[Image(ISO15926Primer_19_LongTail_a.png, 500px)]] 
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    28 The diagram shows a continuum from large exchanges, where a typical request is to translate an entire plant from one 3D engineering system to another, all the way to individual data values on a data sheet.  in each exchange, what we really want is something like a magic "ISO 15926" button. (After all, the design is done; the translating seems to be just mechanics.) But since we don't have such a magic button our only choice is to rekey the information. 
     28The diagram shows a continuum from large exchanges, where a typical request is to translate an entire plant from one 3D engineering system to another, all the way to individual data values on a data sheet.  In each exchange, what we really want is something like a magic "ISO 15926" button. (After all, the design is done; the translating seems to be just mechanics.) But since we don't have such a magic button our only choice is to rekey the information (or, more likely, muddle through without it.) 
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    30 These exchanges are too small, and too different from each other to justify the data mapping exercise that would be required with a dictionary-based exchange. But on a large capital project, with many engineers filling out data sheets, this kind of exchange happens thousands of times every day. In mathematical terms, the area under the curve is immense. Taken together they represent a large opportunity to increase efficiency and reliability. 
     30At the tail end these exchanges are too small, and too different from each other, to justify the data mapping exercise that would be required with a dictionary-based exchange. But on a large capital project, with many engineers filling out data sheets, this kind of exchange happens thousands of times every day. In mathematical terms, the area under the curve is immense. Taken together they represent a large opportunity to increase efficiency and reliability. 
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