- Trivial and non-trivial machines
- Listened: Liss C. Werner, "Cybernetics: State of the Art"
- Listened: Eden Medina, "Cybernetic Revolutionaries: Technology and Politics in Allende's Chile"
- Jamming: VHS Head - Dead to Morrow
- One thing I wonder is how do agent-based modelling deals with models of things that are not geographically situated together? What I've seen so far (at least in NetLogo) feels very much like how do things that are physically situated together interact. What about if you're not physically together? Perhaps that's where network modelling comes in. Or perhaps you just represent things in a way that the physical geographical is collapsed / doesn't matter.
- node club
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