Unicist Standard


A Unicist Ontological Functionalist Approach

A Unicist Ontological Functionalist Approach

A Unicist Ontological Functionalist Approach

The Unicist Standard

For Adaptive Systems & Environments

For Adaptive Systems & Environments

For Adaptive Systems & Environments

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The Unicist Standard

The Standard to Manage Adaptive Systems and Environments

The Unicist Standard is the formal structure that ensures the functionalist approach, going beyond empiricism, to manage adaptive systems and environments. It was established in 2014 to confirm the functionality of technologies, tools and solutions in adaptive environments.

Unicist Standard

The standard is based on the use of the unicist ontological approach that defines the functionality of things and functional knowledge that includes the know-how and the know-why of the functionality and operation of adaptive solutions.

All the solutions developed at The Unicist Research Institute include the application of the Unicist Standard.


The Unicist Standard for Adaptive Systems

The Framework and Quality Assurance for Adaptive Solution Building

The confirmation of solutions using the Unicist Standard requires:

  1. Being focused on acquiring functional knowledge.
  2. Managing the unicist ontological approach that defines the functionality of things.
  3. Confirming the validity of the ontogenetic maps of the adaptive functions.
  4. Managing the fundamental and technical analysis of the solutions.
  5. Using functional design to build adaptive solutions.
  6. Using binary actions to ensure results.
  7. Developing destructive and non-destructive tests to confirm the validity of the solutions.

1. Unicist Functional Knowledge

Managing Root Causes to develop Solutions

Functional knowledge is defined as the integration of the “know how” of adaptive systems and environments with the “know why” of their functionality. 

These two approaches are integrated by a reasoning process that allows making knowledge reasonable, understandable, and provable.

The access to the functional knowledge of adaptive systems requires accepting that all types of adaptive systems have a functional structure that is implicit in the intelligence of nature.


2. The Unicist Ontological Functionalist Approach

Emulating the Ontogenetic Intelligence of Nature

The Unicist Ontology describes the nature and functionality of facts, ideas, individuals and things, regarded from their essential, causative / functional and operational aspects.

In the short or long run, living beings and their deeds are consistent with their nature.

The ontogenetic intelligence of nature defines the nature and functionality of an entity. It is defined by a purpose, an active principle and an energy conservation principle that are integrated in their oneness defining the functionality of the entity. 


3. The Confirmation of Ontogenetic Maps

Using the Unicist Ontological Research Approach
Complexity Science Research

The unicist logical approach opened the possibilities of managing complexity sciences using a pragmatic, structured and functionalist approach.

The unicist approach to complexity is based on the research of the unicist ontological structure of a complex adaptive system which regulates its evolution.

This is based on emulating the structure of the unicist ontogenetic intelligence of nature considering that every functional aspect of reality has a unique unicist ontological structure.


4. Fundamentals and Technical Analysis

To Build Reliable Knowledge
Reasoning Fallacies

Fundamental analysis is the approach that defines the limits of the possibilities of the evolution of a given reality.

Fundamental analysis provides the tools to describe the nature of a reality in order to forecast its evolution.

The discovery of the unicist ontology of evolution and the structure of the concept that regulate the evolution of living beings and their deeds, established the structure for fundamental analysis integrating it with technical analysis in order to develop reliable knowledge.


5. Functional Design

Defining the Real World based on the Functionality of Things

The purpose of the functional design of an adaptive system is the design of its operational process based on the knowledge of its functionality.

The adaptiveness of an adaptive system or environment is fully dependent on the functionality of its processes. It is defined by the concepts and fundamentals of its functions while the consequent operational processes ensure the results.

Therefore, the functional design of an adaptive system or environment is essential to define its possibilities. It defines the value a system can generate.


6. Unicist Binary Actions in Adaptive Environments

To Generate Value based on the Concepts of Things

Binary actions are two synchronized actions that expand businesses while they ensure their results.

They were developed to manage the evolution of adaptive environments by managing actions to install maximal strategies to grow and minimum strategies to ensure results.

Binary actions empower the value of processes while they diminish their costs. They use catalysts to expand the boundaries of solutions and business objects to accelerate processes and ensure their functionality.


7. Destructive and Non-Destructive Testing

To Confirm the Limits of the Validity of Knowledge
destructive tests

The approach to complex problems, requires finding the limits of the validity of a given knowledge. To do so, it is necessary to develop experiences in homologous fields until the limits of validity are found.

Two elements are homologous when they have the same “nature”. A whale and a dog (an extreme example) are homologous if they are considered as mammals. A dollar and a yen are homologous considering that they are both money.