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Inspiring. In the linked article, the last section is about perspective: it could be interesting that, in physics, the very same concepts is called "phase state", a n-dimensional space where each point represent a particular state of the system (, where n is the number of variables involved in the system. Once you have mapped your system in this space, you can also use math tools to analyze the state transitions, mapping state transitions as vectors between two points of the phase space, and identify "clusters", group of related states that are "near". You can also analyize the "entropy" of your system, i.e. find "stable" and "unstable" states. Very, very interesting stuff.
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