8/7/14

Kyton Bindings.

Kyton is Chain-Devil, an Artistic Metaphor.

Devils are very lawful & evil beings, very disciplined, strict & malicious, as the Science can be.

Kyton Chains are not easily broken however...

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Property synchronization occurs when a change in one of objects causes a change in other bound object, to reflect that change.

Objects are to be 'bound' before such synchronization can occur, in an act called 'Property Binding'.

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Kyton Bindings should be property binding functionality that is reliable, strict & secure.

This can be done using event system, for example in Stitie Space. In reaction to an event of a change in an object we can send a message that will cause change in other object, synchronizing them. In Stitie Space, message should be sent in Command Chain.

This is strict & mostly reliable design, for security there's need for more work.

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In case of Stitie Space, security work would include:

- No errors in all of Software Components, passing of all tests, perhaps even Proof of Correctness,
- Minimal amount of Code & Optimal Low-Level Structure (preferably in Assembler, perhaps C),
- Use of trusted & secure Operating System or code directly to 'bare metal',
- Proper use of Cryptography,
- Robust & Reliable mechanism of finding bound objects in Stitie Space,
- Runtime security checks & other known security mechanisms inclusion (Ada Programming Language would be example of source of Inspiration for such),
- Hacking support.

this is LOT of effort to ensure this Level of Security.

much less secure mechanism but still fairly useful would include:

- No errors in all of Software Components, passing of all tests,
- Minimal amount of Code,
- Use of trusted & secure Operating System,
- Proper use of Cryptography,
- Robust & Reliable mechanism of finding bound objects in Stitie Space,
- Runtime security checks & other known security mechanisms inclusion (Ada Programming Language would be example of source of Inspiration for such),
- Critical Vulnerability patching,
- Hacking support.

still LOT of effort.

i think that Stitie Machine / Stitie Space should be ported to Ada for Security, Concurrency & Speed perhaps - this cuts costs of Secure & Efficient solutions using Stitie Machine / Stitie Space, as i guess.

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