Monday, October 21, 2002

neither the human purposes nor the architect's method are fully known in advance. Consequently, if this interpretation of the architectural problem situation is accepted, any problem-solving technique that relies on explicit problem definition, on distinct goal orientation, on data collection, or even on non-adaptive algorithms will distort the design process and the human purposes involved. Stanford Anderson, Problem-Solving and Problem-Worrying.
problem: is this mean an adaptive algorithms will do? the latest from holland is cgp-v. generating complexity with exact formula. mmm mmm and classifier is its predecessor, important moment in adaptive system development.