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Hyperspace Modelling Language (HSML) is a human- and machine-readable modeling language and semantic data ontology schema that describes entities and their relationships in the Spatial Web. It defines an extensible model for encoding graphs and provides JSON examples. As an implementation standard, it provides testable requirements that enable independent implementations to interoperate.
Hyperspace Transaction Protocol (HSTP) is a protocol designed to underwrite the automated contracting that is required to build a coherent, decentralized, secure, and privacy-respecting Spatial Web. It provides APIs for several distributed computing platforms. As an implementation standard, it provides testable requirements that enable independent implementations to interoperate.
The Universal Domain Graph is a distributed metagraph which contains all relationships between all known entities in the Spatial Web. As a system specification, it provides requirements for the updates, search and management across the distributed Spatial Web nodes hosting portions of the overall UDG.
The Spatial Web is an information infrastructure for society. The governance of the Spatial Web will need to address societal and management issues, e.g., privacy, location information, trust, and federated identity. The Governance Policies will implement the SWF Charter and Ethical Principles. As a set of policies, this will define the governance of the across the multiple Spatial Web domains.
The Spatial Web is composed of heterogeneous domains. To operate effectively, some vertical communities will define an architecture for their domains, e.g., transportation, manufacturing, energy, etc. As an architecture specification, this will define the concepts relevant to the domain and tailor the Spatial Web system design to meet the requirements of the particular domain.