Monday, May 9, 2016

NJournal notes 22.0 Course Outline for Mastering Complexity

How do you see the world? 

Choose A, B, C, D,  or E.


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Please read the  Winning Anywhere - The Power of 'See': The N-E-M-E Way February 21, 2014 by Dibyendu De . You can find it at Amazon or read it for free at Google books. Search on 'Winning Everywhere the Power of See.

Read easily from beginning to end without worrying about understanding the meaning of every chapter.  An important part of this course is to learn and practice how to do a slow read.  Following are two links so you can get a feeling of one transmedia approach to practice a Slow Read.  and 

It is important as it goes to the first part of the mantra. Notice from no mind with no preconceptions and no stress. The full mantra is Notice. Engage. Mull.  Exchange. We will go deeper into the power of the mantra as the course continues.
If you think it would be helpful to have a conversation during your fast read, your instructors are ready and would be grateful for any conversation. You can be engage us on twitter,  facebook or G+. 

Thursday, March 17, 2016

NJournal Notes 22: Boundaries and Whorls

Figure 1 One frequency

Figure 2 Two close frequencies

Add Figure 3: Addition of boundary 
Figure 4.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Njournal Notes 21. Boundaries

Figure 1  Time 1

Figure 2  Time + x

Figure 3 Add boundary Time 1

Figure 4 Add boundary  Ti + x

Monday, March 7, 2016

NJournal Notes 20. Visualizing Macro Meso Micro

The image below was created using Ripple Tank Simulator. On the right hand side are the controls available.

Let's call area A the Macro level, area B the Meso level and area C the Micro level. The specific word or symbol is not important. What is important for nemetics is to understand any phenomenon it must be placed at the B | Meso level. The forces in play come from the proximate nShapes one level up and one level down.

Notice in the image there are no oscillators at the B level. The flow of forces are the result of interference patterns from A and C.

Let's call the overall rectangular boundary of Neme. In a context specific analysis the Neme would have more layers of A,B,C | Macro - Meso - Micro areas.  The number of layers necessary depends on the number of dimensions that give a satisfactory answer to the question we are asking of the defined networks of complex adaptive system.

A context specific use of the tool requires more functionality.  The vision is that with appropriate modifications we will be able to use a version of the software to visualize big data in a useful way for decision support.

Figure 2 below is a side view of the 3 D version of the overall field. It suggests we will be able to get a wave form for the Neme itself.

Figure 2

Friday, March 4, 2016

NJournal Ripple Tank Experiments RTE 3.03

At the boundaries of each shape are communication oscillators. As they oscillate, they create waves of affect, cognition, in the context of material conditions. The boundaries create constraints. The internal neme exchanges create complexity. The nemes sent out from the triad of nested shapes are waves that connect to nemes in the environment.

It can be pictured as below:

Figure 1 2D
Figure 2. 2D

Figure 3. 2D

Figure 4.0 3D

Figure 5.0 3D

Figure 6.0 - 3D