Bypasses: a simple approach to complexity

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Wiley, Apr 12, 1983 - Computers - 245 pages
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Demonstrates how to ``bypass'' a complex problem by breaking it down into several less complex conjugant questions and solving these simpler, component parts. Explores the uses of conjugancy in research, as a unifying teaching device that exploits similarities and analogies across all technical fields, and as a tool of invention and discovery.

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Chapter One General Introduction
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Chapter Two Mathematical Introduction
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Chapter Three About This Book
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