Wednesday, October 22, 2008

External forces set new value parameters in modules and defective entities

An integrated system infrastructures for embedded a large number of subsystems need to have intensive care for internal and external communication channels because external forces can modify parameters in system resources and eventually convert them to invisible entities. Configuration parameters in invisible entities can penetrate to allocated modules and grow in platform environments. Dynamic parameters become mature in cultivation and ready to move and disperse complexity to various system layers and associated integrated systems.
Systems with complicated integration parameters require having special safeguard with surveillance mechanisms at backbone and nearby system borders. An occurrence of a system failure, dynamic parameters in invisible entities flow to other associated systems, modules and eventually modifies all defective entities. An imposing setting new values parameter for defective entities and entire road-map changes is not recognizable core source. Expert has always difficulty with to analyze new proprieties among defective entities and dynamic parameters in invisible entities.
Integrated systems with large environments would have complexity to monitor and detect changes in associated integrated system environments. It needs to raise awareness in associated integrated system environments when system developer articulates parameters by global variables. External forces may compromise with associated integrated subsystem and impose external protocol in local variables. Harmonization algorithm among global parameters reduces complexity and risk of contagious parameters through performance cycles.
Optimized global variables and retroactive articulation promote performance monitoring and offer security safety to network infrastructure. Strategy implementation is one of the crucial roles in security system integration and comprehensive networks value-added. Optimized strategy in networks integration predicts decisive action and security measures when subsystem variables encounter with serious hostility towards integrated enterprise. For example, experts should have capability to eliminate whole corrupted parameters in components and subsystems in order to prevent complexity in new value configuration parameters. Defective entities can modify integrated system infrastructure and interoperability frameworks.

No comments: