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Topics:PICForm Tree Template 1/28/2014 Justin Coslor R-Tree: Copyright 7/5/2014 Justin Coslor PICForm epistemology: patterns in contexts formalized T-Topic: A topic is a tree of logic and knowledge represented by category names.
Priorities:Y-Priority: Priorities in regard to topics. Goals come from priorities that are often formalizable within a topic.
Goals:G-Goals: Goals in regard to priorities. Goals come from priority systems, and yield questions.
Questions:Q-Questions: Questions in regard to goals. Question networks can yield useful system parameters. Questions yield thoughts and they come from a framework of goals.
Thoughts:U-Thoughts: Thoughts in regard to questions. Thoughts are often based on curiosity. Every thought has a context and often come from networks of questions.
Contexts:C-Contexts: Context in regard to thoughts. A context is like the setting in a story. A context is made of networks of patterns.
Patterns:P-Patterns: Patterns in regard to contexts. A pattern is anything literally noticeable. A pattern is made of a network of variables.
Variables:V-Variables: Variables in regard to patterns. Variables are like atomic building blocks such as adjectives used in descriptions. A variable is made of a system of dimensions, often juxtaposed.
Dimensions:D-Dimensions: Dimensions in regard to variables. Dimensions are systems of the most primary framework. A dimension exists in possibility space.

Topics:Ideas, artificial intelligence tools, mathematics, science, textbooks, knowledge blocks, geometry, algebra, number theory.
Priorities:Come up with ideas, and either program them myself or have a friend or colleague program them. Help the world with the ideas turned into computer software tools and math projects.
Goals:I want to learn how to program computers, and I have the textbooks but I need to assimilate that knowledge in order to wield it in making artificial intelligence tools.
Questions:How can I best learn computer programming? Should I jump right in or study computer science from its foundations in the early 19th century? How can I work in a think tank with other people collaboratively towards a common goal such as the production of a new kind of artificial intelligence tool?
Thoughts:I like amateur math as a hobby. I like amateur science as a hobby as well. Artificial intelligence is very interesting to me. I think it can also be useful for various space telerobotic systems such as planetary rovers and space satellites. A.I. can help with the limitations of a time delay from Earth to Mars or wherever the spaceship or mobile robot is. Maybe we could use mobile robots to build factories on Mars to process the raw materials into useful things like steel and concrete to build a city there?
Contexts:Textbook topics are like contexts made of blocks of knowledge patterns.
Patterns:Blocks of knowledge form networks of understanding in the context of textbook topics and textbook table of contents topics. Each block of knowledge is a network of patterns.
Variables:The knowledge blocks are made of language variables that often describe pictures and diagrams in the book, similar to describing geometry using algebra. Geometry is like pictures and algebra is like language.
Dimensions:The qualitative dimensions make geometric variables, and the quantitative dimensions make the algebra and number theory patterns.

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