grim sad tale
Wed Sep 6 10:43:16 CEST 2006
Stefano Costa wrote:
> Without claiming to be right, I guess 99% of today's computing science
> is stuck with a somewhat aristotelic view of the world, as one can
> easily see looking at the binary logic. And this is tradition.
What do you mean by "stuck with a somewhat aristotelic view of the world."
And what should we see by "looking at the binary logic?"
> But we cannot ignore fuzzy logic nor neural networks, as some of us
> might know well. However, these applications are still built upon a
> traditional mean in their inside, but they try to move towards a
> "post-modern" approach to computer science.
I am not sure I follow: what does a post-modern approach to computer
science look like?
All the best,
Prof. Roberto Bagnara
Computer Science Group
Department of Mathematics, University of Parma, Italy
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