Monthly Archives: September 2013

Definition and Determination : 9

Re: Cathy O’Neil • The Art of Definition In classical logical traditions the concepts of definition and determination are closely related and their bond acquires all the more force if you view the overarching concept of constraint from an information-theoretic … Continue reading

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Objects, Models, Theories : 1

Happy Birthday, Charles Sanders Peirce❢ — September 10, 1839 Re: Artem Kaznatcheev • Three Types of Mathematical Models Comment 1 In talking of models we often find denizens of different disciplines talking at cross purposes to one another.  Logicians use … Continue reading

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