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Stored Purpose - Construction - Purpose

Stored Purpose - a new approach to computing leveraging the current capability of information science

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Warren Jones, Lana Rubalsky (2010) "Stored Purpose - Construction - Purpose", wJones Research, October 8, 2010
Storing a Goal as a Platonic Form was useful, but it was clear that for a system to have real, practical purpose, it must be capable of processing more than one Goal. The Platonic Form’s design was made flexible enough to combine an unlimited collection of Goals.

Figure - Multiple Goals in Purpose<br />Each matter or information state in a metacomputer or ecosystem must be regulated by agents of the system.  This means that the agency must have goals that sense and coordinate the various possible state transitions.  Since each agent’s thought is also a state change, Purpose entails at least two regions, one with goals of the agent, and another to regulate thoughts of the agent.

Figure - Multiple Goals in Purpose
Each matter or information state in a metacomputer or ecosystem must be regulated by agents of the system. This means that the agency must have goals that sense and coordinate the various possible state transitions. Since each agent’s thought is also a state change, Purpose entails at least two regions, one with goals of the agent, and another to regulate thoughts of the agent.
Purpose is the aggregate Goals of a system. Once the Goals of a Purpose become the Identity of a system at some level of disorder, called entropy, the system will move to a lower level of disorder. This change in entropy, is another way to describe the amount of Purpose added to a system.

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