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Paper: "The Twelve Laws of Design," April 1990

Show simple item record Warfield, John 2008-09-19T17:58:24Z 2008-09-19T17:58:24Z 1990-04
dc.description Manuscript: typescript (red and black) 12 pgs. 8.5 x 11" (21.6 cm x 29.7 cm) en
dc.description.abstract This paper identifies and examines twelve laws incorporated in the science of generic design. They are the Laws of: Gradation, Universal Priors, Inherent Conflict, Limits, Validation, Success and Failure, Requisite Saliency, Requisite Variety, Triadic Compatibility, Structural Underconceptualization, Requisite Parsimony, and Uncorrelated Extremes. John N. Warfield Collection 32.32
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.subject Warfield, John N. en_US
dc.subject Generic Design en_US
dc.subject Law of Gradation en_US
dc.subject Universal Priors to Science en_US
dc.subject Law of Inherent Conflict en_US
dc.subject Law of Limits en_US
dc.subject Law of Validation en_US
dc.subject Law of Success and Failure en_US
dc.subject Law of Requisite Saliency en_US
dc.subject Law of Requisite Variety en_US
dc.subject Triadic Compatibility en_US
dc.subject Structural Underconceptualization en_US
dc.subject Requisite Parsimony en_US
dc.subject Uncorrelated Extremes en_US
dc.title Paper: "The Twelve Laws of Design," April 1990 en
dc.type Working Paper en

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