NEWTON: space is already organized, time is a linear dimension, common to
everything and objects which are populating space are studied with a prior
understanding of the unique organization of the universe.
In that scheme, a WMS (Warehouse Management System) problem is: how to organize space then how to populate it accordingly - then how to find things in it - then how to realign the virtual idea of the reality (information system) with reality (since it always diverges!).
EINSTEIN/PLANCK: space isn’t organized a priori. It changes and becomes
organized with the auto-organization of the objects which are populating it and
time is a dimension that can change, depending on the objects, the organization
of objects, etc. But organization isn’t always the same!
In that scheme, the problem of a WMS becomes: how to model the dynamic organization of objects, considering their autonomous behavior and the interoperability between them? The problem of finding them is then different: when we need to find an object, we just ask the object itself...
At www.business2any.com, that's the way we are thinking (and building) the future of the Internet...