Randomness

Now I upload new issue…just my short mention.
It is a bit of my research for kinetic architecture.
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Randomness is the quality of lacking any predictable order, pattern, purpose, or objective. In statistics, randomness is defined as of or relating to the same or equal chances or probability of occurrence for each member of a group. The notion of randomness is often associated with the unpredictable, undistinguished, arbitrary, and frivolous. Formally, because of its incoherent nature, randomness is associated with lack of elegance, order, and logic; a random pattern is often conceived as a poorly chosen one; not well organized.
A random pattern has no particular order, though, perhaps, deterministic.

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A grid is a network of evenly spaced horizontal and vertical bars or lines. While the notion of a grid is often depicted as a framework of crisscrossed or parallel bars, it is rather a binding principle that restricts objects in a scene to be “snapped” (confined) to the closest coordinate of a modular unit system while negating existence to anything in-between.
In contrast, a graph is a network of nodes and links that is not associated with the position or arrangement of its elements but instead with the mutual relationships between nodes.
The idea is not to describe a complex system with complex equations, but let the complexity emerge by interaction of simple individuals following simple rules…
A circle is not about roundness but rather the equal distance of points from a central point….
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