Unicist Functional Design

Emulating the Intelligence of Nature

Emulating the Intelligence of Nature

Emulating the Intelligence of Nature

Unicist Functional Design

The Revolution of Functionality

The Revolution of Functionality

The Revolution of Functionality

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Unicist Functional Design

An Ontological Functionalist Approach

The unicist functional design is based on the use of the ontogenetic maps that define the functionality of adaptive entities whatever their kind.

The input to any functional design is the conceptual structure of the functionality of the entity that is being designed and the output is the definition of the operational design that includes the definition of the binary actions and their synchronicity and the design of the business objects.

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Functional vs. Operational Visions

Functionality defines the value of things while operation defines their costs
Functional Knowledge Evolution

Watching the sun travelling across the sky from sunrise to sunset is a typical observation of operational phenomena.

People say that the sun is travelling across the sky which is, from a functional standpoint, false. People think that they are standing still on a place and that the sun is moving.

The paradox is that this phenomenon is basically the consequence of the rotation of earth, which happens roughly at 1,000 miles per hour, but people think that they are standing still, and the sun is surrounding the earth. 

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Metaphors to Clarify Functionality

The cost of a glass is in its solid;
its value is in its hollow.
Its cost has no value.
Its value has no cost.
But both of them are within the glass.

 

The cost of a process is given by its operation;
its value is given by its functionality.
Operation has no value.
Functionality has no cost.
But both of them are within the process.

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Managing the Functionality of Adaptive Environments

The concepts and fundamentals of adaptive environments define their functionality
Ontological Approach to Adaptive Environments

The real world is an adaptive environment. All the environments or systems in the real world are adaptive. What varies is the speed of adaptiveness, which varies according to the intrinsic characteristic of the systems.

Highly adaptive systems are those where the emergent results are fully dependent on the relationships and feedback from the environment.

To deal with adaptive environments it is needed to understand their functionality, which is based on their underlying concepts and fundamentals. Operationality is a consequence of the functionality of an adaptive system.

 
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The Unicist Functional Design

The unicist functional design allows defining structural solutions in adaptive environments

The unicist ontology of adaptive environments allowed defining their functional structure that defines their dynamics and evolution. 

The unicist functional design is based on the use of the ontogenetic maps that define the functionality of adaptive entities whatever their kind.

The input to any functional design is the conceptual structure of the functionality of the entity that is being designed and the output is the definition of the operational design that includes the definition of the binary actions and their synchronicity and the design of the business objects.

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The Unicist Functional Designer

A unicist ontological tool to build strategies, products, and processes
Unicist Functional Designer

The Unicist Functional Designer is the unicist logical tool to design actions in adaptive environments. It is based on a unicist ontological approach that allows managing the functionality and operation of adaptive systems.

The unicist ontological approach is based on the emulation of the intelligence of nature. It allows designing maximal strategies to generate growth and minimum strategies to ensure results in adaptive environments.

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