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Similarities and differences between NKRL and ICKMOD

It’s nearly impossible to trace the sources of one’s own ideas without (1) a near-photographic memory, (2) relentless and scrupulous note-taking, and (3) a great desktop search engine … and consistently give credit where it is due. I have only … Continue reading

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What are the characteristics of a good model for practical knowledge?

Wikipedia credits statistician George Box with the phrase, “All models are wrong but some are useful.” Box repeated the aphorism in a paper that was published in the proceedings of a 1978 statistics workshop.[2] The paper contains a section entitled … Continue reading

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