Replying to LO28196 --
> The one I like so far is the definition
> mastery = zero complexity. it makes sense and it is
> also the one I find to be most practical.
Indeed a very insightful definition. Appreciations to its author. However,
please allow me to present a variation:
mastery = limited complexity (or bounded complexity)
A master knows that bounded area of complexity which can give rise to
future surprises, which may or may not be pleasant surprises. Everything
else is simple!
"D P Dash" <D_P_Dash@nts2.ximb.ac.in>
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