SMP -- Structural Modeling Project
Structural modeling project -- code, document and data repository
Project Components and Objectives
Strict Subordination Ordering -- SSO Web Application
General Subordination Ordering -- GSO Web Application
The GSO web application builds on the foundation of the SSO to create a system structure modeling capability that allows one or more objects at each level in the system structure.
Central Diagonal Cluster - Uniform Weights -- CDCUW Web Application
The CECUW web application is based on a "connected-to" type of natural language structural relationship. The connected system objects are then analyzed and evaluated by clustering the objects around the matrix central diagonal. This analytical technique produces subsystem views of the clustered system. Multiple subsystem configuration may be produced for further evaluation and analysis.
Lower Triangular Cluster - Uniform Weights -- LTCUW Web Application
The LTCUW Web Application is similar to the CDCUW web application except the system objects are clustered in the lower triangular area of the matrix.
Upper Triangular Cluster - Uniform Weights -- UTCUW Web Application
The UTCUW Web Application is similar to the CDCUW web application except the system objects are clustered in the lower triangular area of the matrix.
The six listed structural modeling components have been selected to support the general objective of producing well-defined and well-documented abstract relation types. Abstract relation types have been developed over a period of years. The content and characteristics of an abstract relation type are detailed in the Basic Structural Modeling Project which is listed as the https://github.com/jjs0sbw/bsmp GitHub repository.
The natural language structural relationship is transformed into a mathematical relation using process rules that are properly aligned with the system domain of interest. These five individual web applications are designed to clearly demonstrate these processes on domains that contain systems with different semantics and structural forms.