Unfolding Sequence

# An Introduction

Greg Bryant: "Here's an attempt to explain 'unfolding sequences', and include computer people in the audience. Unfolding sequences are natural, pervasive, and extremely powerful. But we don't notice them or use them enough." tweet , page , site

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*Smoothly Unfolding Sequences* are everywhere. But we need to be more aware of them, so we can better understand them, and make good use of them. If you'd like us to lecture or demonstrate or guide your group through what we've discovered about sequences over the decades, or if you would like to support our research, please contact us.

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Rain Magazine https://www.rainmagazine.com/ Building Beauty https://www.buildingbeauty.org/ Beautiful Software https://beautiful.software/ Blooming Logic https://www.bloominglogic.com/ Pattern Language https://www.patternlanguage.com/ With thanks to: Christopher Alexander, Maggie Moore Alexander, Olga Volchkova, Peter Gabriel, Or Ettlinger, The Building Beauty School of Architecture, The Center for Environmental Structure, The Library of Congress, Oxford University Press, Rain Magazine, La Città di Venezia, Yodan Rofé, Shahriar Heshmat, Michael Lavrisha, Sergio Porta, Dan Klyn, Howard Davis, David Week, Bill Joy, Mike Clary, Doug Carlston, Danielle Janes Gordon, Marty Jones, Paul Ollswang, Richard Gabriel, Ward Cunningham, Jim Coplien, Ryan Singer, IEEE, Alex Sabo, Ana Jančar, Bryan Mock, Harsh Desai, Luis Vidal, Michelle le Roux, Tomaž Žlender, Gareth Rees, Stefan Lesser, Will Wright, David Heine

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ROSA, Hartmut, 2019. Resonanz: eine Soziologie der Weltbeziehung. Berlin: Suhrkamp. Surhkamp Taschenbuch Wissenschaft, 2272. ISBN 978-3-518-29872-5.


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