Tag Archives: Constraint Satisfaction Problems

Animated Logical Graphs : 10

Re: Peirce List Discussion • Charles Pyle Let’s consider Peirce’s logical graphs at the alpha level, the abstract forms of which can be interpreted for propositional logic.  I say “can be interpreted” advisedly because the system of logical graphs itself … Continue reading

Prospects for Inquiry Driven Systems • 1

I finally finished retyping the bibliography to my systems engineering project prospectus that had gotten lost in a move between computers, so here is a link to the InterSciWiki copy: Prospects for Inquiry Driven Systems This may be of interest … Continue reading

Animated Logical Graphs : 9

Re: Ken Regan • The Shapes of Computations The insight that it takes to find a succinct axiom set for a theoretical domain falls under the heading of abductive or retroductive reasoning, a knack as yet refractory to computational attack, … Continue reading

Animated Logical Graphs : 8

Re: Ken Regan • The Shapes of Computations The most striking example of a “Primitive Insight Proof” (PIP❢) known to me is the Dawes–Utting proof of the Double Negation Theorem from the CSP–GSB axioms for propositional logic. There is a … Continue reading

Animated Logical Graphs : 7

Re: Ken Regan • The Shapes of Computations There are several issues of computation shape and proof style that raise their heads already at the logical ground level of boolean functions and propositional calculus.  From what I’ve seen, there are … Continue reading

Survey of Theme One Program • 1

This is a Survey of previous blog and wiki posts on the Theme One Program that I worked on all through the 1980s. The aim of the project was to develop fundamental algorithms and data structures to support an integrated … Continue reading

Survey of Animated Logical Graphs • 1

This is one of several Survey posts I’ll be drafting from time to time, starting with minimal stubs and collecting links to the better variations on persistent themes I’ve worked on over the years.  After that I’ll look to organizing … Continue reading