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There are few if any clearly and only technical decisions.
Some intersection of social systems is at work. Not
understanding that or accepting the necessity of the
politics of negotiation is at the root of much predatory
behavior by intension.
If the pickers are independent of the lots, then sequential
processing is possibly not a descriptive process. What one
should see is independent pickers independently assessing
the state of the lot, and the state of other pickers on
the lot. How do they negotiate conflict with other
pickers? It would be the emergence of that feature
that would simulate 'evolution' of the information.
From: Jeff Rafter [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Many of the decisions we have faced
are less technical and more business oriented. All the same, I wanted to pat
you on the back for building up those documents-- they have given us an
invaluable set of base definitions.
>>Actually, each Picker makes it decisions locally, by looking at
neighboring lots. There is no top-down code telling each Picker how to
move. It is a bottom-up approach to the Vineyard system. This is for an
"XML and Complex System's" tutorial that I am putting together. <<