Inquiry Driven Systems • Comment 2

I just got reminded of an earlier blog post that more or less fits here.  It links to the bibliography I had in hand and mind when I went back to graduate school in systems engineering to synthesize all the unfinished projects I had been accumulating over the years and dedicated myself to the systems aspects of Peirce’s theory of inquiry in a more applied way.

I finally finished retyping the bibliography to my systems engineering proposal that had gotten lost in a move between computers, so here is a link to the InterSciWiki copy:

This may be of interest to people working towards applications of Peirce’s theory of inquiry, especially the design of intelligent systems with a capacity for supporting scientific inquiry.

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