Talk pdf * (2010 presented here)
Application in medicine * (2010 published here)
A Searchable Patient Record Database for Decision Support * (2009, also here accessible)
Design of a global medical database which is searchable by human diagnostic patterns* (2008, also here accessible)
Short video* (2008 uploaded, with old nomenclature using the old word "pattern" which is now replaced by "DV"*)
* Change of nomenclature and data representation during development, the latest version is the local implementation
which is online since July 2012. A demonstration of the implementation shows this video.
Please contact me in case of interest in details. There are many arguments for this approach, e.g. many numeric data are stored in separated databases in the hidden web. The proposed DV structure gives also motivation to pack such numeric data in a globally accessible and interchangeable form. So it could also help to make hidden (numeric) data from the deep web accessible for all people.
The approach is clearly efficient, because it allows to handle and search numeric data to very different topics or DSIs with the same software. Therefore we assume that the advantages of a standard will be recognized, and former or later a standard will be introduced. In the course of time much more numeric data than before will be stored openly on the web.
DV, Domain Vector, DS, Domain Space, HTTP URI, feature vector, numeric search, Vectorial Web Search