Inquiry Driven Systems • Comment 4

Re: Ontolog ForumMatthew West

In the systems approach to inquiry I’ve been pursuing, all specifications, state descriptions, or values of variables come in three modalities:  expected, intended, and actually observed.

  • A difference between expectation and observation is accounted as a “surprise” and calls for an explanation.
  • A difference between intention and observation is accounted as a “problem” and calls for a plan of action.

There’s more discussion in the following article and section.

cc: Ontolog Forum

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