Definitions by Jan Hopkins


Objects are not reducible to the material properties of the entity. They are, on the other hand, reducible to the behaviour of the entity and its underlying data structures, and thus the behaviour of the user as an entity.

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by Jan Hopkins , Friday, 26 July, 2019


Dissemination is the intentional transmission, whether by electronic transmission or otherwise, of a phonogram, phonogram-like material, or a material phonogram, on a computer network or other networked means. It is a communication that the recipient must accept or not accept.  That does not mean they know they are reading it, but the receiver can't claim ignorance or even confusion in the event of success().

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by Jan Hopkins , Monday, 23 September, 2019


A copy is generally thought to be the original. It may seem obvious, but the best way to ensure that a copy retains both its structures is to not preserve the structure at all. By storing the original (or one of the original's components) in copy and then "re-arranging" the structure to preserve the copy's characteristics, a "de-copyrithm" preserves the structure from the outside in. By not allowing access to the original structure, it does indeed allow access to the original.

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by Jan Hopkins , Wednesday, 16 October, 2019

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