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authors Wingham, Ivana
year 1999
title Digital Space, Social Technology and Virtual Force as Determinants of Design in the 21st Century
source Architectural Computing from Turing to 2000 [eCAADe Conference Proceedings / ISBN 0-9523687-5-7] Liverpool (UK) 15-17 September 1999, pp. 122-126
summary It is appropriate to begin with salient quotes relating to the Interface Paradigm: 'The grand abstraction of man as the measure of all things, as an originary condition, a whole presence, can no longer be sustained' P. Eisenmann, 1986 'Although notions of adaptation are perhaps most familiar from biology, the most important ideas about adaptation in the history of AI are actually sociological' P.E.Agre, 1998 'When several bureaucracies coexist (governmental, academic, ecclesiastic) in the absence of super hierarchy to co-ordinate the interactions, the whole set of institutions will tend to form a meshwork of hierarchies, articulated mostly through local and temporary links' M. De Landa 1998
keywords Interface, Social Space, Virtual Force
series eCAADe
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100%; open Agre, P.E. (1998) Find in CUMINCAD Computational Research on Interaction and Agency ,
100%; open De Landa, Manuel (1998) Find in CUMINCAD Virtual Dimension , Ed. Beckmann, J., Princeton Architectural Press, NewYork

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