Monthly Archives: May 2009


33rd Anniversary of The Unicist Research Institute

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The Unicist Research Institute invites you to toast on its 33rd Anniversary.  We invite you to light a candle for one minute on Monday, 1st of June at 1:00 pm New York time for the new era that began in the field of complexity management after the discovery of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature.

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We are celebrating this anniversary having installed the countdown of the first ontology based knowledge building search engine available in the world:

We are making a business knowledge building engine available for the business world. It includes the technical, analytical and fundamental knowledge to make reliable decisions. The factual and analytical knowledge-base is provided by the existing search engines. The fundamentals knowledge bank is provided by The Unicist Research Institute based on almost 3,000 ontological structures, including the archetypes of 51 countries,  researched and discovered during the last 30 years in the field of individual, institutional and social evolution. The unicist ontology based fundamental analysis made the approach to complexity reliable and a cybernetic approach to business possible. This participative knowledge building technology will expand the technical, analytical and fundamental knowledge bank ad infinitum.

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Unicist ontology to manage innovative adaptive system design

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Object driven design requires dealing with the nature of processes. That is why object driven design uses metaphors to exemplify the ontological structure that has to be followed. This is beyond the boundaries of operational system design and requires a high level of innovation capacity. A high level of innovation is required to apprehend the nature of a complex system, define a metaphor that represents the nature and transform it into a functional object. But individuals need to have experienced these metaphors; without experience metaphors are meaningless.

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Diego Belohlavek

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Designing object driven systems requires an extreme learning capacity

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An extreme learning capacity is required to design object driven systems that emulate the structure of reality.

The discovery of the unicist ontology of human learning processes allowed the development and design of educational processes to store the learning capacity in the long-term memory of learners, as a learning object.

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Unicist drops for architects’ work

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…ordinary people do;
they raise when they do what they love;
but they elevate much more when they do what they love
and love what they do…

An analogy to guide reflection

Only those who love what they do
can access the real knowledge
of what they are doing….

Extracted from the book Unicist Riddles (*) by Peter Belohlavek

(*) Riddles have many solutions. In the Far East, riddles are used to develop internal freedom and responsibility

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Unicist Quality Assurance

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Quality assurance is a characteristic that systems have, whether they include human action or not, to provide the accurate result to the point of being substituted by alternative systems in case of failure.
Nothing is absolutely certain by definition within the scope of science. When we refer to certainty we mean that there are at least three alternative plans in case of failure and that alternative processes have been designed to have a probability of failure of less than 0,01.
In order to assure this level of certainty it is necessary to count on a verification process in real conditions that ensure the result or output.

Concept
The Quality Assurance concept implies that in the activity, which must bring about an added value, there is a Redundant Functionality and a Self-exclusion System within a framework of a Redundant Operative Method.
In order for knowledge to be certain, the basis for the use to produce elements, it is necessary to have been ‘redundant” from different objective perspectives, be clear as to the scope of such knowledge (think and say “I don’t know” is to have a self-exclusion system that promotes certainty of what one knows), and count on a method that permits reaching a certain knowledge as of different points of view.
Quality assurance is of vital importance in the life sciences fields. In those fields in which the lack of quality is not a life or death, success or failure determinant, the possibility of conceiving a Quality Assurance process turns distant.
There is only quality assurance in those cultures and activities in which there is the attitude that things should be functionally right and certain as far as the value they add.

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Diego Belohlavek

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Unicist Extreme Design and Extreme Programming Metaphors

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The history of the “Unicist Extreme Design” taxonomical research began in the early eighties. This methodology does not apply to artistic design. A unicist ontological design of a given reality requires the knowledge of the involved concepts. Therefore, the discovery of conceptual structures precedes the design activity.  These conceptual structures define what it known as System Metaphor in Extreme Programming.

System Metaphor is one of the core practices of the software development process known as .Extreme Programming. (XP). Unfortunately, the System Metaphor practice is poorly understood, and is the practice XP teams most commonly choose to ignore. We provide a simple, structural model of system metaphors, based upon Peircean semiotics, giving a fundamental account of the way metaphors can contribute to a software system. Using this model, we identify activities that teams can use to develop metaphors for their systems, and techniques for evaluating system metaphors.We hope this analysis will encourage XP teams not to abandon system metaphors, but rather, to continue to use metaphors to strengthen their  development practices. www.orgsem.org/papers/13.pdf

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Conceptual Design – Free lecture by Peter Belohlavek

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We invite you to participate in the Lecture on Unicist Thinking that will be led by Peter Belohlavek on May 15, 2009 and will be held at the The Unicist Research Institute’s webconference system at 9:00 am New York time.

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This lecture is part of the Program developed and sponsored by The Unicist Research Institute for the Goodwill Network.

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Unicist ontology of decision making

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The discovery of the unicist ontology of decision making opened the boundaries of “defensive” decision making, widening the possibilities and the probabilities of accurate decisions.

To be able to deal with the nature of decision making it is recommended to begin with the operational aspects of decision making.

The purpose of a decision making process is to be able to make decisions that are justified and grounded.

Decisions are produced because they are needed. When there is no need to decide the decisions become just a utopia the individual has in mind to deal with reality. That is why decisions exist when they are implemented. If not, they are just an alternative that will be considered when time for decision making comes.

Justifications put the decision making process into action. Justifications are the reasons why a decision is necessary. There are materialistic justifications, ethical justifications and personal justifications.

The unicist ontology of decision making

Materialistic justifications are the “economic” objectives to be achieved through the decision making process. They are the active function of any justification process. The human decision process is put into action by materialistic needs.

Foundations are reasonable, understandable and provable arguments. Fallacy avoidance is ensured when foundations are included in a decision making process. That is why foundations are basic in decision making.

Foundations avoid decisions when the end justifies the means. Foundations establish the reasonable limits of what can be decided.

A decision making process ends when the decision has been implemented. Until the implementation has been done the decision is a hypothetical idea. To develop a decision process it is required to follow the natural taxonomy of decision making.

Unicist decision making in the field of complexity implies first exploring the possibilities and then defining the probabilities. By managing the ontology of decision making you will have a tool to secure the accuracy of results.

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Peter Belohlavek

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Unicist Drops – Problem solving – Pastime for the weekend

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Three men see a block of marble.
One sees the beauty of the marble.
The other sees the value of the marble.
The sculptor sees the statue within the marble…

An analogy to guide reflection

Only those who are able to see
the solution within the problem
can deal with its nature…

Mesianic heroes need to think that the
solution comes from them.

Extracted from the book Unicist Riddles (*) by Peter Belohlavek

(*) Riddles have many solutions. In the Far East, riddles are used to develop internal freedom and responsibility.

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