Sunday, May 18, 2014

The Science of Recognizing Indigenous Stonework; Observations

“Inductive Reasoning is sometimes called the "from the bottom up" approach. When we use inductive reasoning, our specific observations and measurements may begin to show us a general pattern. This might allow us to formulate a tentative hypothesis that can be further explored, and we might finally end up making some general conclusions.” -   Platt, J. R., 1964, Strong inference. Science 146: 347-353.

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