Thoughts on Research Acronyms and theirs Patterns

First a question: why does human brain theorize things in 3 or 4 terms most often ex: CAP, CMM , C-4, ACID, BASE etc. Most reserach papers and PPTs will have 3 letter or 4 letter acronyms rarely 5,6 (hexagons) or 8(octagons). (Interestingly 7s are missing and so are higher numbers 9+) Plausible explanation: because geometrically closed spaces start with 3 and then 4 sides. A topic can be interpreted and is of interest to human brain only if it’s a closed space (you want to sustainably keep it going). The reality is a circle or sphere with infinite sides […]

Unleashing the Power of Data-Driven Tagging: A Game-Changer for Market Insights, Requirements, and Tools

This is an under-utilized usage pattern and is a very good use of the tool as it seems to genuinely save time producing mostly accurate results. Especially for – Understanding, at a high level, current offerings in the market : Who are the players and what do they do.– General requirements/features/regulatory-needs.– General tools/solutions available– Exploration of the niche needs of a domain. This post was later published on LinkedIn┬áhere.