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Re: [RRG] Consensus check: mapping granularity
The identifier to locator mapping function MUST support
for aggregates of identifiers. It MAY also support mapping
i suggest to refine the requirement: one is the nature / structure of
the identifier itself, the other is in terms of scalability
("aggregation" of identifiers), and the last one in terms of ID-to-Loc
I agree, we should describe what the identifiers are and how they can be
aggregated. Then another requirement can specify how the mapping will work.
Hi Tony and Olivier,
Does this requirement imply that the identifier must be a
I don't think that a hierarchy is necessary.
What is required is a mapping system that deals with blocks
of identifiers and not with individual identifiers.
(not flat label) so as to be aggregatable?
agreed. aggregates of identifiers shall be defined though to complete
the initial requirement. what's relationship between block & aggregate
of identifiers ?
From my viewpoint block=aggregate
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