Computationally Active Science
Dmaps are the ‘container’ for scientific inquiry on the Dsensor network. When a Dmap has gone through the Decentralized Sensor Mapping Protocol and consensus is established around the results, either across the network or for any individual peer, each Resolution Client, i.e. a Peer on the network will autonomously decide whether to make a Dmap Computationally Active on their sensor data. That is keep the computation live and active to provide predictions, alerts, feedback or visualization updates to the individual.
A Dmap that reaches network consensus will automatically update all peers on the network with the availability of its status. Thus each peer can chose to autonomously update to the best science given all the scientific knowledge available to the network.