Ontology: Social Order
A human being who is member of a social order is a natural person in that social order.
As a dweller of Biotope, the person …
The membership of the social order includes knowledge conversion processes in which person's understanding links content to meaning as part of socio-semiotic interactions, on which more details are available at Semiotic Interactions (Interaction Dictionary).
To assess the performance of content in socio-semiotic interactions, performance measures must be linked to life events of persons, and cognitive impacts of consuming (producing) content.
Here is a list of proposed measures.
Consumptive Attention Span of Person (CASP)
The CASP is calculated for a content chunk c that is consumed by a given population P.
CASP(c) = sum over all members of P of the period of time that each of them has been consuming (reading, watching or listening) c.
Productive Attention Span of Person (PASP)
PASP(c) = sum over all members of P of the period of time that each of them has been producing c.
Collective Impact on Person Competence (CIPC)
The CIPC is calculated for a given population P.
CIPC(c) = sum over all members of P of the impact on the competence that the consumption of c has had.
In the simplifying case, we assume that the impact per person is 1 (the person has acquired the meaning of c, and he or she can correctly reproduce it in part of the further life), or 0 (the person has not acquired the meaning).
Exposure Number (Exp)
The Exp is calculated for a content chunk c in a given population P.
Exp(c) = number of members of P that have consumed (or produced) c.
Impact Ratio (i-ratio)
i-ratio(c) = CIPC(c) / Exp(c)
In Wikipedia: Natural_person.
Natural person in the tree of Person: