From: Mikko Särelä (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Oct 29 2004 - 01:45:20 MDT
On Sun, 28 Nov 2004, Ben Goertzel wrote:
> > If we take a pattern and look at it, no matter how long you look at
> > it, it does nothing. No matter how fancy! Algorithms are the *do*
> > but patterns are the results we are looking for. One is not useful
> > without the other but there is an arrow of causality.
> If you look at the references I gave you before, you'll see that I
> formally define a pattern as a kind of process -- i.e. a dynamical
> entity. A pattern, in short, is a process that simplifies something.
This one sounds very much like Wolfram's 'A New Kind of Science'. Is it?
-- Mikko Särelä "I too don't really find Monty Python all that exciting, but don't tell anyone I said that." Anonymous
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