Saturday, 30 July 2011

The transition from level-to-level

In Smith, R. D. (1998) 'Social Structures and Chaos Theory', ..

the clue, or indication, or proof, or evidence ..

Connectionism arose in the field of computer science as a way of deal with parallel processes. Connectionist systems not only have rich interconnections (as all networks do) but the capacity to carry on more than one operation or set of instructions at a time (ie. in parallel). In connectionist systems the various processes are not only carried out simultaneously but often without reference to one-another. Another feature of connectionist systems is the tendency to regard 'information' not simply as whether a particular bit is on or off, but also as the pattern of network activation. In this second sense information can be understood as the pathway along which a signal flows.

evident the point of beiing ..self-evident .. self-evidence established as a notion of .. being a single pathway .. of paving the route for all thought processes to follow .. irrespective of ..vessel supporting them .. by any individual .. at any time or place

the process by which establishes itself as a single pathway .. a result of attractors being built .. over time .. in a manner according to what is referred to in ..

The second kind of pattern which can be studied is defined by the architecture of the lattice itself: the pattern of connections among the various elements of the lattice and through which the signals propagate. This is known as the architecture, the matrix, or the lattice. The lattice places, for practical purposes, limits on what flux patterns are possible. The architecture allows us to differentiate plausible futures from implausible futures and, perhaps, from impossible futures.

"Another feature of connectionist systems is the tendency to regard 'information' not simply as whether a particular bit is on or off, but also as the pattern of network activation."

.. what is regarded as 'information' .. it is not just ..whether a particular bit on or off .. but also .. the pattern of network activation ..

the pattern of network activation .. a network in itself .. with its very own ..particular nodes, entities .. its very own ..bits .. which presents itself a pattern .. even taken as a bit .. by itself .. a bit that is ..on

a bit that is ..on .. its presence established.. being unequivocal .. its .. position .. eliminated .. extricated into the realm of ..the impossible ..does not belong in the ..phase space .. of that process .. not just ..un-charted territory .. but never visited

if ever .. can it be .. my thoughts ..organised .. self-organised .. without ..a plan .. out of no-where.. un-announced .. the ..'best-fit' approach .. it could be ..or .. the path .. has already being ..woven .. wound .. by attractors being brought into existence ..unobtrusively


the transition from level-to-level .. equivalent to ..from system to system including ..and systems included .. each system by itself is included .. it is the part of another system .. that lies above .. an upper level .. another step of a scale .. subordinate to(?) .. a super-system(?) .. a higher system(?) .. properties .. that emphasize attributes .. alien(?) to .. the overriding principle ..of a .. 'whole more than the sum of its parts' .. the unique combination ..of all-attributes .. offered .. presented .. available .. by all the parts .. systems as .. 'wholes more than the sum of their parts' .. combinations .. for which clues are given out .. collectively .. by the formulas that create .. Mandelbrot worlds .. all possible combinations

how the whole is organised .. out of its parts ..fractal ..whooole .. well that came without being expected .. but isn't obvious ..that such a whole .. can not be anything but ..fractally organised ..

is it the mind that it is concerned in the above ..assumption

or the mind's ability to emulate ..nature's way of ..processing ..which again it is not anything but .. the self-similarity attribute .. it is coming out .. directly out of the self-similar feature .. of the organised world ..

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