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Metamorphic Thinking in Cartesian Systemic Emergence

Abstract

Cartesian Systemic Emergence (CSE) is a theory developed in order to formalize the process of a human creation relative to particular problem-solving systems. Its final aim is to enable to design (semi-) automated tools that favor this creation. The creation process considered here concerns the context of informally specified systems and working with underspecified notions in incomplete environments. The aim of this paper is to show that this nonstandard research approach is epistemically justified. In particular, the paper focuses on justifying inspirationconduciveness of the CSE-experiments-generation-andhandling process relative to the invention of primitive notions needed in order to create the intended problem-solving system.
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hal-03321417 , version 1 (17-08-2021)

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Marta Franova, Yves Kodratoff. Metamorphic Thinking in Cartesian Systemic Emergence. ICONS 2021, IARIA, Apr 2021, Porto, Portugal. pp.33-38. ⟨hal-03321417⟩
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