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358 / GLOBAL DREAMS corporatlons, workers, and ordinary citlzens iS the fundamental in- tellectual and moral challenge Of the new century. Government is in itself neither the problem nor the solution. But thelack of governance on behalf of people who are neither rich, educated, nor "skilled" as the word is understood in the Global Workplace—that is, most peo- ple—is exactly the problem.
PG 9 Entering the Matrix Figure 2.3. A detail (a) ofthe Mona Lisa (b). Can you eye (that's a hint) the location of the detail in (a) in thelarger image in (b)? 挈 ) / 0 た Let's work with the matr1X 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 When we create a spy 可 Ot , we put a white square ⅲ the place Of every zero element and fill it with black othemise. Creating a spy 可 0t for S produces the image in Figure 2.4 (a). Take a moment tO ensure you see the pattern in the elements 0f S as they appear in the spy 可 0t. When you have, what matnx would make the spy 可 0t in Figure 2.5 (a)? Then, consider the optical illusion in Figure 2.5 (b). Recogmzing structure in a matr1X can be helpful. Later in the b00k, we'll learn tO solve systems oflinear equations, which aids in finding solutions like the problem posed ⅲ the ノ ⅲ 4 〃 g Suanshuin Chapter 1. For some problems,
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32 Pattem Languages and on the Nature of 0 「 de 「 . Linda Rising had also been at MensorePLoP and gave some ね s in the same forum where lpresented back in T0kyo. Paftems were moving ever more in a human direction, bO 物 for me and for Japan. What had started as a novel way t0 document slightly unconventional technicalsolutions was finding new application in describing the organizational structures 0f the world 0f wo 水 . And a core set 0f people in Japan had started t0 see reflections 0f themselves in the works 0f Christopher Alexander, and his worldview Of wholeness, 0f the natural processes 0f localadaptation 0f piecemealgrowth, and 0f the place 0f feeling in design. Ten-Year Reflections at the Chasm There was a nine-year hiatus before ー would retum tO Japan, in Janua 2010. The Japanese economy was bad in the 1990S , and though bounced back somewhat after 2000 , the globalfinancial crisis sbwed Japan's economy in thelatter part 0f the decade. 旧 mid -2009 two Japanese engineers stumbled across the notes from my "East Meets West' ね at 002K. Their names were Eiiti Hanyuda-san and Hiroshi Nakano-sensei. At this time pattems had again become a hOt topic in the Japanese software WO . Excited, these two contacted my friend KenJi Hiranabe-san whom lhad first met at that event in 2000 」 n Ke 可 -san wrote t0 me in late August 2009 tO invite me tO give a ten-year anniversary talk in Japan and Takeshi Kakeda-san followed up with a mail in September inviting me t0 Japan f0 「 a ten-year anniversary ね 賑 in December. Schedule conflicts caused the date tO be pushed わ the following month. Takeshi-san t00k over the arrangements for the event and, tO increase my appetite for the visit, said that he would arrange a trip t0 the famous Eishin Gakuen which Christopher AIexander had built outside T0kyo between 1982 and 1989. 32