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Exploration-Exploitation problems

Part 1: Exploration-Exploitation Part 2: Bargaining¬†Trade-offs to your brain. Part 2a:¬†Empirical time management Part 3: The time that you have Part 4: What does that look like in practice? I have been working on the assumption that exploration-exploitation knowledge was … Continue reading

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Wicked Problems

Nothing is a wicked problem. When I started researching problems and problem solving and solutions and meta-solving processes I stumbled across a wicked problem. This is from Wikipedia: Rittel and Webber’s 1973 formulation of wicked problems in social policy planning … Continue reading

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