No matter the complexity or size of the mathematical model or the power of the computers it runs on: if the model has been built from an ill-perceived problem, the results are worthless. Garbage in = garbage out. Have you ever said to yourself after you ( finally ) solved that difficult pure mathematics problem : "If I only looked at the problem in that way from the start I would have solved it immediately." Note the "looked at ... in that way". Even the purest of mathematics must be perceived by the 'mind's eye'.
How ( well ) do you perceive? The picture below is NOT a trick picture, nor has it been 'Photoshopped' in any way. What do you see? Look. Just look.
13-2016 Open letter to Open Source for You (OSFY)
4 months ago