Information Appraisal

In the field of computer science, reflection is the capability of a computer program to analyze and change the structure and behavior of a program, such as meta-data, functions, values and properties. It can be used for observing and modifying program execution by allowing inspection of interfaces, classes, methods and field. Abstraction is a technique for managing complex computer systems. Database design that combines the functionality of both techniques can create a standard interface. Information appraisal is a design that incorporates both functions.

What is Information Appraisal?

The overall product of information appraisal is a program that can understand real time events as they are happening and create connections with big data like news articles, maps and videos. In essence, it is the ability of a program to assign value to pieces of information, such as how important something related to an event. Some of the features consist of the following:

  • Data types, such as a set of values and a set of operations on those values
  • Objects, including an entity that can take on a data-type value
  • Abstract data types, whose internal representation is hidden from the client
  • Applications programming interface, to specific the behavior of an abstract data type
  • Implementation, referring to the code that implements the specific data type
  • Client, or the program that uses a data type

Designing, developing and integrating data provide a uniform platform for automated source code changes.

Information Appraisal and Intelligent Models

An expression produces temporary data. You can illustrate the resulting values, but these qualities are not stored automatically in an analytic workspace. To save the result of an expression, just store it in an object with the corresponding data type, expressions and dimensions. An information appraisal distribution statement, such as that available from Intelligent Models, can then used to stored the value that is the result of the expression in the object.