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Possible Applications


The Veriquant Framework can be used in either of two basic categories, with or without its EAV/CR capabilities and therefore with or without its base slate (the application window). Without EAV/CR a developer would develop a conventional smart client application, including all its windows and forms, using the Framework only for its metadata-driven and optimized communications, database interaction, server-based business processes and logic, and grid behavior.


Used in this capacity, any data-intensive application is possible, scalable to hundreds if not thousands of dispersed simultaneous users. If low-latency responsiveness, efficient server and bandwidth utilization, raw bulk data transfer, and intensive client-size processing are important, the Framework would be an excellent infrastructure choice.


Used with its slate and EAV/CR capabilities, the Framework could serve any application involving no upper limit of defined data elements and tables, or any application involving complex data of transient value. Some examples:


·         Medical records. A project is well under way to more fully adapt the Framework to the unique challenges of this domain. Already the Framework undergirds a robust medical practice management system, our own Veriquant medFramework. For medical records, the Framework would offer full queryability against unlimited structured and discrete values without resorting to storage of XML, common in many EMR systems.

·         Bioscience applications.

·         Surveys, polls, questionnaires and consumer and political profiles. This includes conditional lines of questioning and subsequent tallying and reporting with any degree of logical complexity. Surveys tend to be of one-time use. The Framework is appropriate for such purposes because it does not require a special database schema or even survey-specific screens or program code for each individual survey or questionnaire. Almost everything can be configured with grid-managed metadata against a fixed schema. One caveat: our deployment is not yet casual enough for questionnaires to be completed on line directly by their subjects.

·         Catastrophic insurance claim management. We are currently assessing suitability to this field, a distant neighbor to our current medical claims management capabilities.

·         Job applicant listings. To this field the Veriquant Framework would bring its strengths of taxonomic classification to any number of hierarchical and multi-axial levels. It would bring structured management of data normally buried in the text of a resume, which could also be stored as RTF text.

·         Regional economic asset inventories.  This could include listings of infrastructure components, energy grid detail, industry listings, educational institutions and workforce demographic information.

·         Simple and general information management. The Veriquant Framework does not yet support unstructured content, such as spreadsheets or images. But straight text and other discreet data types in any combination can be stored at any level in a multi-axial taxonomic structure. Storage of other forms of content is planned for the near future.

·         Networks of all kinds, whether of computers or people or institutions. This would entail definitions of data to be stored about any given entity type at any node and also extensive information about the nature of the relationship between nodes. The present version of the Veriquant Framework would display such information as a tree rather than as a graphical map. Any entity could be related to any number of the same or other entity types.

·         Assemblies, subassemblies and parts. These could be mechanical, electronic, chemical, biological or any other discipline involving components. Using the Framework, one could search directly for a part and see all the assemblies and models in which it is used, or search for the model or assembly and drill from there to its parts; the Framework cares not in which direction a stepped search goes. Each part and assembly can be fully defined with its own unique set of descriptive and discrete elements and associations with other elements without altering the underlying database schema, with each element queryable alone or in any logical combination with other elements of itself or of any other associated part or assembly. The set of associations defined for any part could include not only that of the various assemblies in which it occurs, but also suppliers and manufacturers of that part.

·         Project management. Instead of assemblies and parts, one could think of projects, tasks, and subtasks, each involving a different person or group coordinated with others.

·         Contact management.

·         Scheduling and time management. The Framework comes with a robust scheduler.

·         Crime case management. The network-mapping power of the Framework and its capacity to store any mix of values under defined node types, makes it a candidate for the complexities of criminal profiling and case description.

·         Any conventional data-base application. What the Veriquant Framework would bring to ordinary applications is its vastly simplified user interface, tree and its uniform search, edit, and data-mapping capacities.


For these and any possible uses of the Veriquant Framework, consultations would determine suitability for any specific project.