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Ii. Notes on Data Structuring *

  title={Ii. Notes on Data Structuring *},
  author={Charles Antony Richard Hoare}
In the development of our understanding of complex phenomena, the most powerful tool available to the human intellect :is abstraction. Abstraction arises from a recognition of similarities between certain objects, situations, or processes in the real world, and the decision to concentrate on these similarities, and to ignore for the time being the differences. As soon as we have discovered which similarities are relevant to the prediction and control of future events, we will tend to regard the… Expand

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