Abstract Specification of PKC

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The following logic model prescribes the Abstract Specification of PKC:

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Abstract Specification
Context Given the automated content generation workflow enabled by GPT/LLM, individual users need PKC to automate the correctness verification process of content data.
Goal Ensure PKC will be a system that is future-proof and scalable, eliminating design dependencies on existing technologies.
Success Criteria
  • The PKC system architecture specification is independent of specific data storage, communication, and computation tools.
  • The system design does not need frequent modification, as the fundamental compositional nature of data is scale-free and medium-independent.
  • The correctness verification function is automated and can evaluate the logical correctness of cryptographic functions.
  • The abstract specification document is distributed alongside all deployed copies of the PKC's concrete implementation.
  • The system architecture specification serves as the rationale for ongoing system architectural design decisions.
Concrete Implementation
Given Inputs When Process is executed... Then, we get Outputs
  • Existing system architecture specifications and design documents of the previous generation of PKC.
  • Update-to-date knowledge about Data-intensive system design methodology and knowledge representation tools.
  • Specifying Systems by Leslie Lamport.
  • A data flow that resembles the Read-Evaluate-Print-Loop(REPL) mechanism to recursively refine data content.
  • Encode all data content references in terms of Logic Model textual mark up with hyperlinks.
  • The main data content of this project only relates to the abstract specification of PKC.
  • Submit the updated data content to a sufficiently redundant data storage service during process execution.
  • An architecture specification for PKC that is grounded in mathematically sound statements.
  • Provide rationale and selection criteria for technological roadmap based on the mathematically sound statements mentioned earlier.
  • An open-source PKC implementation document that specifies how to implement automatic correctness evaluation of data content in terms of temporal sequence and accountable authorship.
Boundary/Safety Conditions of Abstract Specification of PKC
  • The PKC system architecture specification might be irrelevant due to revolutionary or competing solutions that were not known to the designers becoming available.
  • Unforeseen insights into what data or computational should be better represented becoming available and requires significant modification of this specification.
  • All changes of PKC content should be version controlled and replicated with multiple copies.