Douglas Paul Rose

Douglas Rose is an accomplished and credentialed member of the U.S. Intelligence Community with over 20 years of experience spanning all levels of recognized military operations.  His subject matter expertise spans the disciplines of Information Operations, human intelligence, and law enforcement.  His work on the movement of information through a complex system codified as a formal Information Domain represents the cornerstone of dynamical systems analysis in an emergent doctoral program at  American Military University.  He is now pursuing his doctorate in Strategic Security and intends to continue advocating for the establishment of a formalized information construct separate from cyberspace and host systems in order to enable the fractal manipulation of large datasets within the discipline of  intelligence analysis.

It is necessary to embrace the notion that current impressions and metrics likely represent a high degree of inaccuracy when used in a predictive model.

We must move into a multi-dimensional understanding of information, connectivity, and signatures in order to turn the requisite data on its axis.

The purpose of this research is to propose the initial stages of development of a construct of an actual information domain.