Animated Logical Graphs • 14

Re: Systems ScienceJoseph Simpson

One of the things I added to the Survey this time around was an earlier piece of work titled “Futures Of Logical Graphs” (FOLG), which takes up a number of difficult issues in more detail than I’ve found the ability or audacity to do since.  Among other things, it gives an indication of the steps I took from trees to cacti in the graph-theoretic representation of logical propositions and boolean functions, along with the forces that led me to make that transition.

A lot of the text goes back to the dusty old Ascii days of the discussion lists where I last shared it, so I’ll be working on converting the figures and tables and trying to make the presentation more understandable.

cc: Structural ModelingOntolog ForumLaws of FormCybernetics

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