The Power of Data Algebra

Permission.io’s protocol is based on our fundamental innovations in Data Algebra.

An entirely new field of mathematics, Data Algebra applies various set theoretical operations and abstract algebra to data management and integration.

What is Data Algebra?

Data Algebra translates and transforms data from one form to another, making different systems interrogatable and communicable in any format. Until its development, no complete means of representing and transforming data (and metadata) existed.

All Data is Now Liquid

Data Algebra can liquify any set of big data, then represent it in any form and map between equivalent data structures. It can treat a full set of personal data currently distributed in multiple locations as a single logical data store, allowing for unification and interoperability of all personal data.

 

 

Data Algebra enables data sourced from a variety of formats to be normalized. Now, data stored in any and all databases – Relational, Flat, JSON, XML, Blockchain, and more – can be integrated and queryable.

 

The ability to liquify data is fundamental to Permission’s mission. Individuals can now aggregate data from multiple sources (shopping, social, health, financial, etc) and monetize that data across the entire digital ecosystem. For advertisers, it enables a comprehensive understanding of an individual’s data, resulting in more meaningful engagement and increased ROI.

Patents

Permission.io is a deep tech company that has successfully enabled acceleration and optimization of queries and other major advancements in the field of data integration. We have been awarded an extensive portfolio of database-optimization patents that support our platforms, including the following:

The origin, mechanics and implications of Data Algebra are further defined in our published treatise, “The Algebra of Data, A Foundation for the Data by Economy”, written by Professor Gary Sherman, PhD, and Robin Bloor, PhD.

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