State Oriented Sharing is the term that we use to describe the action of sharing content in relation with a defined state of some context, some object or some thing. The objects and things that are used as the context for the sharing act can be virtual, physical or physiological.
Here are few examples for objects and things that can be used as the sharing context and the related pattern for determine their state:
- Web page : state is set by page URL
- Web domain: state is set by the domain part of the URL
- Product in the supermarket or a shop: state is set by bar-code
- Article in a printed newspaper paper: state is set by newspaper name and the title of the articles
- Automatic notifications in a train: state is set by code that identify the specific train line or by identifier on the ticket
- Some view, e.g Eifel tower: state is set by indexed image
- Song in the radio: state is set by the song title
- Noise of bus: state is set by sound signature
- Heartbeat rate: state is set by physical measurement of the heartbeat
- Some location: state is set by GPS info
State Oriented Sharing is therefore sharing of content (basic, or complex) in relation with the state of some context. The information will be presented when: State occur and User belongs to peers group with whom information has been shared.