Structural Reconfiguration - A Way to Conscience Simulation

C. Lupu and T. Niculiu (Romania)


networks, model, reconfiguration, simulation, hierarchy, intelligence


A original topographic model for the direct networks eval uation is presented at the beginning. This model is based on the contour patterns of structural and functional states of agglomeration and, consequently, on the network struc tural and functional reliefs. The reliefs help to evaluate net works, especially those non-homogenous (at links) and/or asymmetrical. Networks non-homogeneity and asymme try lead to a superior property, the reconfiguration, a kind of ”structural dynamism”. Conscience simulation, the fi nal aim of this paper, demands transcending the present limits of computability, by an intensive effort on exten sive research to integrate essential physical and mathemat ical knowledge guided by philosophical goals. A way to begin is hierarchical simulation. Applying Divide et Im pera et Intellige to hierarchy types, using the formalism of categories, reveals their comprehensive constructive im portance based on structural approach, symbolic meaning, object-oriented representation.

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