Wednesday, January 20, 2010

“Believable Change” - A result of Abnormal Process of Change

Let’s define change as the difference between two states in a given context. For an example, If I change the TV channel from ‘A’ to ‘B’, I have done a change of (B-A). To Change something one should get an opportunity to do so. If there is no opportunity, No change.!
Suppose I get bored of a TV Program, Then I will change that channel and watch another. To Do that, I should get hold to the remote control first. So, what is the natural process of change? It is a three step process.

(1) Need for change -> (2) Opportunity -> (3) Change

“Normal Process of Change”

(1) First, for any change, there should be a NEED for a change. Examples are,
a) I want to change the TV channel.
b) I want to go to town.
c) I want to eat ice cream.

(2) Then we create an opportunity
a) I have remote control.
b) I am in the bus halt.
c) I am in the supermarket.

(3) Change,
a) I see a new TV channel.
b) I am in town.
c) I am eating Ice cream.

It is the normal process of change. As I believe, for every normal there is an abnormal, and there is no exception even for the process of change.
Then what is the abnormal process of change?
If we swap the order of (1) and (2) steps we get the abnormal version of “Process of Change”

(1) Opportunity -> (2) Need for change -> (3) Change

“Abnormal Process of Change”

It means, whenever we have an opportunity to change we do change even there is no real need for a change. Then l,
1) I have remote control. -> I want to change the TV channel. -> I see a new TV channel.
2) I am in the bus halt -> I want to go to town -> I am in town.
3) I am in the supermarket -> I want to eat ice cream -> I am eating Ice cream.

Above is the case with “Abnormal Process of Change”.

It means simply whenever you have the remote control you will change the channel and end up watching nothing but transitions of channels just because you have got the opportunity to do so.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Future of internet searching

Qoogle is my concept search engine.

There are two cases in this picture. Ordinary User- Search engine interaction and the Qoogle user-Search engine interaction. Ordinary interaction has a very low bandwidth. User should dense the knowledge from high bandwidth (Knowladge) to low bandwidth (word phrase) before passing the request to the search engine.

As I see that is the process in which we loose the important information needed for a search engine to give us the expected result or in other words it is the primary reason for an unsuccessful search result no matter how much heuristics a search engine use or how much data it has on hold. Improving the search engine side including filtering and heuristics it self is not the solution. In current settings if we get an expected result at once from a search engine is more likely a random or a co-incident than a result of a heuristic algorithm.

We should increase the Bandwidth of User-Search Engine interaction for further improvement in Internet searching.

"How to increase it".. Any Idea ?