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To the problem of incompleteness of theoretical constructs (illustrated by examples of formalization of some problems of natural sciences)

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An approach is proposed to the construction of a model of development of knowledge in natural sciences beginning with the comprehension of the incompleteness of formal constructions and ending with the generation of a new quality of knowledge with the help of the so-called rule of an additional step. Some examples of overcoming the incompleteness in various fields of natural sciences are considered and analyzed.

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Translated from Kibernetika i Sistemnyi Analiz, No. 4, pp. 145–150, July–August 2006.

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Vasilik, P.V., Provotar, A.I. To the problem of incompleteness of theoretical constructs (illustrated by examples of formalization of some problems of natural sciences). Cybern Syst Anal 42, 582–586 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10559-006-0095-2

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Keywords

  • incompleteness
  • new quality of knowledge
  • rule of an additional step