Loading...
 
Print

backcast from fixed time horizon

To backcast "from" fixed time horizon fits the cognitive notions of entropy of a linear time? model in which the term:from? is used to mean a place "from" which one departs, rather than a place "to" which one intends to go. Applying the thinking as a journey? ontological metaphor, this typical usage would confuse the body's journey "to" the fixed time horizon with the mind's journey "from" it when backcast?ing.

This is not how terms are used in the living ontology but it is a way to tell who is using it and who is not. The LANL ontology for instance would require the from
designation.

Assuming that one intends to be alive as of the time horizon requires assuming that one is "going to" it in body:


The to terminology is thus to be preferred in open politics itself even if it requires some additional explanation such as this page.




Show php error messages