|Topic:||Re:Re:Re:A statistical model of elegance and diffusion|
|Posted by:||John Grinder|
Yeah - your projects are certainly worth pursuing, and ultimately, no doubt, some clever person will make an interesting contribution.
I actually have two concerns:
1. you are pushing the limits of NLP's present ability to make things explicit and formal enough to achieve the objections you are pursuing - all this means is that you are pushing in the same direction Carmen and I are headed. Let's see what we can do.
2. the tension between statistical measures and patterning of excellence (pages 77 - 92) is an essential tension as far as Carmen and I can work it out - take another look at those pages.
"If you can see any other classes I've missed can you please point them out"
Obviously, all the language patterning is a distinct logical type from the two you mentioned. BTW, I disagree that physiology is blunt in the sense you propose - I find physiology a very precise leverage point - think of the exquisite and refined way in which you calibrate (I hope), This is possible only as the person's physiology is capable of and does reproduce with precision the same sets of cues for your calibration. Similarly, with the use of physiology to select and maintain state - same deal. What I think you are responding to is the poverty of descriptive vocabulary to code the distinction you detect in calibration.
I am enjoying the exchange, Rob, thanks.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|NLP & statistics||02/01/2003 10:42:12||Patrick E.C. Merlevede, MSc. (jobEQ.com)|
|Re:NLP & statistics||02/01/2003 11:27:47||Patrick E.C. Merlevede, MSc. (jobEQ.com)|
|Re:Re:NLP & statistics||04/01/2003 08:44:24||Bruce|
|Re:Re:Re:NLP & statistics||04/01/2003 11:23:38||Patrick E.C. Merlevede, MSc. (jobEQ.com)|
|Re:NLP & statistics||04/01/2003 18:33:09||Bruce|
|Re:NLP & statistics||05/01/2003 17:23:40||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:NLP & statistics||06/01/2003 07:47:18||Patrick E.C. Merlevede, MSc. (jobEQ.com)|
|Re:Re:Re:NLP & statistics||17/01/2003 19:46:21||John Grinder|
|NLP & statistics||18/01/2003 00:16:31||suzyhomemaker|
|Re:NLP & statistics||18/01/2003 04:03:44||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:NLP & statistics||18/01/2003 23:03:27||Robert|
|Re:NLP & statistics||09/02/2003 12:10:24||Patrick E.C. Merlevede, MSc. (jobEQ.com)|
|27/02/2003 02:28:33||Ryan Nagy|
|NLP/statistics/dynamic systems||27/02/2003 02:33:32||Ryan Nagy|
|Re:NLP/statistics/dynamic systems||03/03/2003 06:53:34||Patrick E.C. Merlevede, MSc. (jobEQ.com)|
|Re:Re:NLP/statistics/dynamic systems||04/03/2003 17:45:19||Ryan Nagy|
|Re:Re:NLP/statistics/dynamic systems||04/03/2003 22:09:54||John Grinder|
|A statistical model of elegance and diffusion||21/01/2003 03:19:20||Rob Manson|
|Re:A statistical model of elegance and diffusion||21/01/2003 04:16:48||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:A statistical model of elegance and diffusion||21/01/2003 10:55:06||Rob Manson|
|Re:Re:Re:A statistical model of elegance and diffusion||21/01/2003 17:22:38||John Grinder|
|The genetics analogy||21/01/2003 11:54:19||Rob Manson|
|Re:The genetics analogy||22/01/2003 04:27:46||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:The genetics analogy||22/01/2003 05:35:59||Rob Manson|
|Re:The genetics analogy||22/01/2003 04:27:48||John Grinder|
|Re:The genetics analogy||22/01/2003 04:27:53||John Grinder|
|Re:The genetics analogy. topic: Solutions to Puzzles/Recommendations||22/01/2003 05:53:24||nj|
|Re:Re:The genetics analogy. topic: Solutions to Puzzles/Recommendations||22/01/2003 07:39:41||Rob Manson|
|Re:Re:Re:The genetics analogy. topic: Solutions to Puzzles/Recommendations||22/01/2003 17:24:09||John Grinder|
|Re:Modelling vs Analysis||22/01/2003 23:16:12||Rob Manson|
|The genetics analogy||21/01/2003 11:55:16||Rob Manson|
|Re:NLP & statistics||24/01/2003 06:49:17||Mike|
|Re:Re:NLP & statistics||24/01/2003 16:39:35||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:Re:NLP & statistics||24/01/2003 17:25:03||Mike|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP & statistics||24/01/2003 18:26:08||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP & statistics||28/01/2003 20:04:54||Mike|