Concluding Remarks and Outlook
Probably the most salient feature of this book is its exploitation of the profound analogy between pattern recognition and pattern formation. In this concluding chapter I wish to go one step further by claiming that pattern recognition is pattern formation. In making this statement I am referring mainly to pattern recognition by humans. To understand the implications, we must immediately address the question of what sort of patterns are being formed.
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