Virtual Database of Regional Knowledge

Unify the inormation about one particular place

6. GATHERING AND KIND OF INFORMATION

The information could come from different fields, i.e. geography, biology, socjology (social problems), etnography and lots of specialist reigns (hydrology, botanics, geology, etc).

The reigns given are an examples. Each of them comprises the particular specializations, within the data also could be collected. It would be the challenge for specialists in this kind of field.

The final output of the Virtual Database of Regional Knowledge would be creating the interactive synthesis of the information, where each information would include its own source (either reference or interview data). The basis of this giant database could be the"key word" referring both to some scientific problem and its rough location.

Pic. 11 The simplified mechanism of development the Virtual Database of Regional Knowledge.

The final informaton would be divided on varied and constant as per the scheme below. Obviously this is fictional division only because of the fact, that even constant information are eventually varied. This variation is not to be seen within the human life. This division can work as well as dovision for group the information slower and quicker variable. Anyhow for those, called constant or changeable in slower motion the actualisations would not be requred as often as for varied information.

Pic. 12 Example division of constant and variable fields.

Person attending to work at Virtual Regional Knowledge Database should:

  • - be interested of his homeland or any different area, where it spends most of the time.
  • - be an specialist in own educated or favourited fields,
  • - want to apply its knowledge practically, work in its profession compatible with previous education, etc.

To above aspect we should mention, that work carried out by the people interested in their homeland or people, who want combine this work with their hobby will lead to more effective work outcome. It's highly important to make a specialist responsible for this project, where e.g geoologist will gather information about rocks, hydrologist about the water, historician about events, etc.