It got me wondering, as a mathematician, where the line is drawn between seeing a problem from a new angle and formal ontological remodeling. For example, the duality between stochastic differential equations (SDE) describing random walks and partial differential equations (PDE) describing the distribution of possible places a random walker could be & how that distribution changes over time. Would solving an SDE by way of "remodeling" it as a PDE be an example of ontological remodeling, similar to solving Sudoku with rings & anchors instead of rows, columns & boxes?

Thanks again for writing this very clear & beautiful article!

this looks like related to how it is constructed. Swapping rows and columns before omitting numbers. I always try to find the swap pattern instead of numbers, maybe that is also what lies underneath new solution practice ...

I think your description of the first blue sack is wrong. Shouldn't it be Row 3 + Row 7 + Box 4 + Box 6?

This is such a cool article!!!

It got me wondering, as a mathematician, where the line is drawn between seeing a problem from a new angle and formal ontological remodeling. For example, the duality between stochastic differential equations (SDE) describing random walks and partial differential equations (PDE) describing the distribution of possible places a random walker could be & how that distribution changes over time. Would solving an SDE by way of "remodeling" it as a PDE be an example of ontological remodeling, similar to solving Sudoku with rings & anchors instead of rows, columns & boxes?

Thanks again for writing this very clear & beautiful article!

this looks like related to how it is constructed. Swapping rows and columns before omitting numbers. I always try to find the swap pattern instead of numbers, maybe that is also what lies underneath new solution practice ...

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