Re: Complex Systems [was: Ontologies vs Schemas vs Transforma
costello@m... (Roger L. Costello) writes: >No, I really did mean to say non-deterministic. (My understanding is) >that complex systems may appear non-deterministic, but there are >underlying patterns that once recognized will allow you to predict the >behavior. Until you understand those underlying patterns it appears >non-deterministic. Even if you understand the patterns, the amount and kind of information involved in these systems often defies collection and analysis, so unpredictability remains. Meteorology, economics, and many aspects of computing all face these kinds of issues regularly. It's fascinating stuff, though.
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