SUO: Ontology of systems
· To: Leonid Ototsky
· Subject: SUO: Ontology of systems
· From: "Douglas McDavid"
· Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2001 10:43:41 -0700
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Thanks for this reference. At some point I wanted to open a thread for the
ontology of systems, including complex adaptive systems, dissipative
structures, autopoietic systems, et al. Your note has provided a starting
point for that thread.
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To: "West, Matthew MR SSI-GREA-UK"
cc: "Horn, Graham"
Subject: Re: SUO: RE: Re: More KIF-ified Ontology Content
Thursday, January 11, 2001, 11:02:26 PM, you wrote:
<< This can be a useful way to think about it, i.e. as classes and
Relations existing for all time, rather than being timeless. However,
strictly with a 4D viewpoint you are standing outside time and looking at
what is going on as if it were just another linear dimension, a bit mind stretching. >>
May be the problem is more complex and there is a need in more
systemic point of view . See for example the qoutes from the