Contact - E. W. Schuster



-- We seek to create wealth via innovations in technology. 

-- Literature Reviews

-- Internet Systems: Interoperable Data and Modeling.

-- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

-- The M Language (via MIT).

-- Materials Science.

-- Specialized aspects of precision agriculture.

-- Supply chain, logistics, operations management.

-- Mathematical Modeling.

-- General management.

-- Trademarks


1. Spatial Autocorrelation and the Identification of Subtle Structure in Raster Imaging Data, USDA Docket No. 0013.15 and MIT TLO.

2. Modified Dixon-Sliver Heuristic (MODS), MIT TLO Case No. 13645.

3. Lee-Schuster Semantic Enterprise Architecture, MIT TLO Case No. 13745.

4. Kratulos, MIT TLO Case No. 13752.

5. The M Language Web Site, MIT TLO Case No. 13110.

*Also see; Machine - to - Machine communication.

6. The Business Model Data Spawn 2008.

7. Hyper-spectral Image Signature Analysis (formation - multiple authors).

8. Spatial Design of Experiments (formation - multiple authors).

9. Jefferization (formation - multiple authors).

10. Harvest Risk (formation - multiple authors)






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Biomaterials, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Management Science, Supply Chain, Precision Agriculture

Edmund William Schuster, sometimes cited as E. W. Schuster, has held several different research and administrative appointments since 2000 at MIT within the departments of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, and five labs including Langer Lab, David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research. He is currently working on several independent projects in materials science and the M Language.

Previously, Ed worked in corporate management at Welch’s, Inc. (Concord, MA), an agricultural cooperative and leading producer of Concord grape and other fruit products. He has been actively involved in research and has published over 130 articles and papers. Colleagues have cited these works over  2,150  times. He has authored a popular book published by Springer titled Global RFID: the Value of the EPCglobal Network for Supply Chain Management.

Ed is associated with several start up firms in Cambridge and San Francisco including ReadyTouch, Inc., a player in cloud services and POS systems areas with a concentration on innovations in food service. He is the publisher of Fabric for Dispersed Knowledge, a blog with daily updates established in Fall 2006. The blog contains over 11,700  posts.

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** Keyword Search for This Blog

Blogger has a powerful capability to establish a search based on keywords. The search updates with each new blog post.  I do not observe any in the Blogger community taking advantage of this way of dealing with semantics and organizing information. Please note that Blooger now limits returns to 25 posts. Below are links organized by keyword:

1. Agriculture

AggregationZY - Agriculture

AggregationZY - Citrus Greening

AggregationZY - Climate Change

AggregationZY - Harvest Risk

AggregationZY - Seed

AggregationZY - Water

2. Business and Markets

AggregationZY - Alan Abelson

AggregationZY - Barron’s

AggregationZY - Brexit

AggregationZY - China

AggregationZY - Europe

AggregationZY - Fred W. Riggs

AggregationZY - Financial Press

AggregationZY - Fundamental Analysis

AggregationZY - History

AggregationZY - Japan

AggregationZY - Journalism

AggregationZY - Management

AggregationZY - Market Efficiency

AggregationZY - News

AggregationZY - Ohio

AggregationZY - Pew

AggregationZY - Political Science

AggregationZY - President

AggregationZY - Randall W. Forsyth

AggregationZY - Technical Analysis

AggregationZY - The Long Boom

AggregationZY - Theory

AggregationZY - Trump

AggregationZY - Venture Capital

AggregationZY - Wall Street Journal

3. Commodities

AggregationZY - Commodity

AggregationZY - Corn

AggregationZY - Cotton

AggregationZY - Ethanol

AggregationZY - Gold

AggregationZY - Oil

AggregationZY - Potash

4. Companies

AggregationZY - Apple

AggregationZY - Amazon

AggregationZY - Facebook

AggregationZY - GE

AggregationZY - Google

AggregationZY - IBM

AggregationZY - Microsoft    

5. Macroeconomics

AggregationZY - Economics

AggregationZY - Fed

AggregationZY - Federal Reserve

AggregationZY - Financial Crisis

AggregationZY - Financial Standards

AggregationZY - Free Markets

AggregationZY - Great Recession

AggregationZY - Labor Participation Rate

AggregationZY - Monetary Policy

AggregationZY - Negative Interest Rates

AggregationZY - Quantitative Easing

6. Materials

AggregationZY - Materials

AggregationZY - Multiscale Materials Design

AggregationZY - Nanotechnology

AggregationZY - The Role of Advanced Materials in Agriculture

7. MIT Auto-ID Center

AggregationZY - Auto-ID

AggregationZY - Global RFID

AggregationZY - GS1

AggregationZY - Internet of Things

AggregationZY - Presentations

8. MIT Data Center Program

AggregationZY - Data Spawn

AggregationZY - M Language

AggregationZY - MIT

AggregationZY - MIT Data Center

AggregationZY - Semantic

9. Technology

AggreationZY - Artificial Intelligence

AggregationZY - Blockchain

AggregationZY - Cyber Security

AggregationZY - Encryption

AggregationZY - Engineering

AggregationZY - Infrastructure

AggregationZY - Internet

AggregationZY - Machine Learning

AggregationZY - MIT

AggregationZY - Modeling

AggregationZY - Robot

AggregationZY - Statistics

10. Supply Chain

AggregationZY - APICS

AggregationZY - Capacity

AggregationZY - CSCMP

AggregationZY - Operations Research

AggregationZY - Spatial

AggregationZY - Spatial and Temporal Utility

AggregationZY - Supply Chain Management

AggregationZY - Track and Trace