Mogic considers

With the combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are promoting a new era of company management.
We hope to share part of this process with you in this corner.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane

June 17, 2024

Recursive Narrative

When talking to engineers, "Recursion (recursion) is all about finding the right structure.

So this time, I will use recursion to go a little farther.

First, from the definition of precondition recursion

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Recursion (Recursion)
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Recursion, or recursive, refers to the occurrence of references to the thing being described in a description of the thing itself.

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When an object is placed between parallel matching mirrors, its image is reflected infinitely in the mirrors. Thus, when something is partially composed of itself or defined by itself, it is said to be "recursive.

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Linguist Noam Chomsky and others have argued that the fact that there is no upper limit to the number of eligible sentences and no upper limit to the length of eligible sentences in a language can be explained as a consequence of recursion in natural language.

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Programming languages with the concept of procedures and functions often allow a procedure to call itself again within a procedure. This is called a recursive call, and is suitable for describing algorithms that are inherently recursive in structure (recursive algorithms), such as factorial calculus and the Fibonacci sequence.

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Shapes that appear to have resulted from recursive processes, such as structures in which one large part branches into several smaller self-similar parts (fractals), are sometimes seen in plants and animals. The vegetable romanesco is an example.

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The matryoshka doll, which originated in Russia, is an example of physical modeling of the concept of recursion, and in Japan such forms are also called "neshi-zaiku.

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A 1956 work by Maurits Escher (Print Gallery (M. C. Escher)) is a print depicting a distorted city, including a gallery with recursive paintings, in an endlessly stately composition.
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In light of this, I feel that the management of the company is extremely recursive.

A similar word is "regression," which means "to return to the original position or state, or to repeat it," so management would still be recursive.

Let me give you a simple example.

Today I am going to read and listen to a talk to think about finances.

After a moment's pondering, we decide that this is the best way to go about it and take action.

Three months later, I think about finances once more.

I already thought this through last time, but I will look over it again.

We find unexpected challenges from a different angle and decide to tackle them.

Then, three months later, we will delve further into the financials once more.

If you think it won't happen again, you will find new challenges.

It's not just the same situation, it's a crux back using the structure that has been in place.

They never tire of returning, wandering from theme to theme.

So, for me, management is a "story that can be continued.