“Principles of a domain” was my goal to describe. It includes a philosophy/laws/application and tools to connect domains.

“Principles of a domain” was my goal to describe. It includes a philosophy/laws/application and tools to connect domains.

Yeah, mapping is where I’m at too. Is it a zooming in that’s needed, a translation, a type conversion? this is what I’m puzzling out.—————\
My problem is I don’t have a goal. Goal finding is emergent for me so I’m hopeful it’ll self-assemble when the time is right.
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Codomain. Includes result of function using domain _plus_ all possible results of function.
It is a mathematical map.
Transliteration is unambiguous character remapping from one script to another.
It is also a bijection.
But for Translation -> Codomain, it’s longer.
Translation, Natural Language, Formal Language, Codomain.
Translation, Choice, Type Theory, Codomain
Translation, Dilemma, Propositional calculus or Rules of inference, Codomain.
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My problem is I don’t have a goal. Goal finding is emergent for me so I’m hopeful it’ll self-assemble when the time is right.
My problem is I don’t have a goal. Goal finding is emergent for me so I’m hopeful it’ll self-assemble when the time is right.
My problem is I don’t have a goal. Goal finding is emergent for me so I’m hopeful it’ll self-assemble when the time is right.
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This makes it hard when someone asks “what are you doing and why?” I can’t really answer that well., But I know I have to keep at it.
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 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goal_seeking
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I didn’t notice I was lacking a goal until it was relevant to for me to say it. Then I noticed myself saying it and realized it’s what I needed to see.
But I would’ve have said it if our conversation hadn’t reached a point where I thought it was relevant to say. In short, I’m very blind to myself much of the time.
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 On six degrees of separation, this is “7 degrees of separation away”

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