The DCDR Framework is currently a work in progress.
Spaces are the environments in which a number objects interact with each other through events by means of messages that are exchanged through channels at a given cost.
Spaces differentiate through their properties. The DCDR Framework consisders 3 Spaces, which provide a global working area in the objective of protecting people's rights and their data, namely:
- The Physical Space
- Mental Spaces
- Digital Spaces
An initial comparison of Spaces would provide the following insights:
Source: Determines from which space a given space is derived and its nature.
Dimensions: The list of applicable dimensions that affect the objects in a given space.
Shared: Is the data in the twin shared by several algorithms at a time? In other words, can the twin be isolated from external access?
Relay: Responds to the question "Can you stop information existing in a twin to be replicated elsewhere?".