Formalizing DIKW Architecture for Modeling Security and Privacy as Typed Resources
Currently the content of security protection has been expanded multiple sources. The security protection especially of the implicit content from multiple sources poses new challenges to the collection, identification, customization of protection strategies, modeling, etc. We are enlightened by the potential of DIKW (Data, Information, Knowledge, Wisdom) architecture to express semantic of natural language content and human intention. But currently there lacks formalized semantics for the DIKW architecture by itself which poses a challenge for building conceptual models on top of this architecture. We proposed a formalization of the elements of DIKW. The formalization centers the ideology of modeling Data as multiple dimensional hierarchical Types related to observable existence of the Sameness, Information as identification of Data with explicit Difference, Knowledge as applying Completeness of the Type, and Wisdom as variability prediction. Based on this formalization, we propose a solution framework for security concerns centering Type transitions in Graph, Information Graph and Knowledge Graph.
KeywordsTyped resources Data, Information, Knowledge, Wisdom
We acknowledge Hainan Project No. ZDYF2017128, NSFC under Grant (No. 61363007, No. 61662021, and No. 61502294), Zhejiang Province medical and health science and technology platform project No. 2017KY497.*refers correspondence.
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