THE WEB and TRANSITION
To ensure a common language about webs, a nomenclature
has been developed.
- Webs are synonymous with networks.
- Webs are comprised of two or more
nodes connected by a relationship.
- Nodes are defined as the lowest
level of element within a web. A node is an
individual within the context of this document
unless otherwise stated. Successful nodes within
a web contain certain characteristics as defined
by the Internal Communication model.
- Super Nodes are defined as
connections between one web and another web. The
"superness" is directly related to the
number of connections. [A Super Node may be a web
in and of itself]
- Relationships are defined as the
connection between nodes. Communication occurs
only through a relationship.
- Communication is the sharing of
- Patches are groupings of Nodes in
the web whose purpose is to manage the chaos
created by multiple internodal connections.
more on webs...
conditions | why
web | manifesto | nomenclature | optimizing | motto
| maintenance | communication
| web & innovation | web truth & growth
Copyright © 1997 MG Taylor Corporation
terms and conditions