Adaptive Systems Design: The Limits of Human Possibilities

The R&D e-book on “The limits of personal possibilities to deal with Adaptive Systems” by Peter Belohlavek will be available on July 19, 2010.

Adaptive Systems are in permanent movement. Therefore, an ontological approach is needed in order to make their structure perceivable as a stable object.

This ontological approach requires individuals that have assumed the responsibility of producing an “adapted” result.

Human complexes avoid the possibilities of adapting to an environment. They create a parallel reality that hinders dealing with adaptive systems.

Complexes are extreme stagnated childish behaviors of individuals to avoid interacting with the environment as an adaptive system in order to obtain pseudo-benefits to grow.

Complexes’ objective is to avoid the adaptation process of individuals generating a parallel reality creating a comfort zone to live in.

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