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Title: Colour Standardization: Its Past and a Possible Future
Authors: Coons, Virginia
Advisor: Ratto, Matthew
Department: Information Studies
Keywords: standards
open source
Issue Date: 6-Dec-2011
Abstract: In this thesis, I address the problem and promise of decentralization, in the context of standard-setting for physical systems. I explore how the process of the decentralization of power works in the context of physical information, in three subsets:the relationship between existing standards and the decentralized control of physical information; how hands-on experimentation helps to shed light on the decentralized control of physical information; and how existing Free/Libre Open Source Software culture addresses the decentralized control of physical information.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/30558
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