A hypothesis has been framed, an experiment built, the data collected and results computed. The next stage is usually peer review and the better the journal the higher the prestige. The Dsensor — Decentralized Sensor Mapping Protocol is evolving peer to review to a computational consensus. What does computational consensus mean?
For each individual peer on the network the computational science that applies best to their world will become computationally active on the data flowing from their sensors. It maybe that some compuational science is so universal that the software runs on all peers but given the era of complexity or messy data we operate in today each peer has the autonomous right to choose what fits best. Each peer having the ability to tap into the wider network for collective feedback on science while applying it to the detail of its unique sensor data flow.