~ilmu/papers

Nonsense I wrote down in a hurry feel free to email me and ask for clarifications.
I feel the space is coming for some progress in this project finally, for now I will put a teaser and we will see how things develop with the autumn
ugh, sr.ht enforcing conventions I don't like.

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What is this?
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A couple of times now I have had a manic period where I wrote something incomprehensible
in a single sitting.

Now you can also enjoy confusion and bewilderment from the comfort of your home.

There is a journey of iteration happening here but I have been unable to hold space for
myself to descend the fractal of editing these texts into something understandable.

Probably I'd end up with a book and I'd rather have the programs I described sketched out
by that time so that I can use my own methodology to edit the texts.

Therefore; all I can offer you, dear reader, is apologies. Please make ample use of the
principle of charity and try to understand the problem I am trying to solve (this will
make the solution somewhat obvious...).

Also note that there is a lot of things in my head that are still missing, one thing I
need to do (TODO) is add a library repo (to tala saman) with papers and books I've been
reading. An important idea is the "concept lattice" which is a bigraph of "objects" and
"properties" it will serve as a base for contextual estimates of trust as well as for the
logic programming in the system, the interactions between the different types of bigraphs
are mutually recursive in some structured way that I have not worked out yet (probably yet
another bigraph tbh). However none of this is important unless we build the foundational
software that makes it easy to work with these ideas. Therefore, this is not a priority as
of now.