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1 Complex Adaptive System Architecture a Project: C.A.S.A.Complex Adaptive System ArchitectureaSpatial Knowledge of Nature and the UniverseMarcela Oliva B. Arch M. ArchLACCD Architecture and Environmental Design Discipline, ChairLACCD Facilities Knowledge ManagementNASA Knowledge Management Team
2 Complex Adaptive System Architecture a Spatial Knowledge of Nature and the Universe
3 Spatial RevolutionSpace is a design canvas where every piece of information and data is connected to a location.Space is a vessel of memory where all human experiences can be captured and seen at the same time through layers of spatial data; natural environment, man-made environment, and social environment.Spatial information systems can acquire, integrate, interpret, model, and analyze new relationships and patterns never before seen.
4 Three Dimensional Environment Immersive Environments Visual Computation Cognitive Space Spatial Data Spatial Information System AREa new frontier for our human evolution
5 Space/Form and environments can hold enormous amount of data and concentrate on large-scale datasets where more traditional representations (such as graphs, lists or tables) are inadequate.Patterns and relationships never seen before
6 From the beginning of time, science and mathematical thinking used 3-D models and forms as visible and tactile tools in comprehending complex ideas.Currently, abstract mathematical thinking without mental and physical forms has reduced the augmentation of human cognition and the ability to integrate spatial knowledge.From the spatial part of the equation, the same has happened to the architecture of the built environment, creating many forms and spaces that have no mathematical or scientific order.Frequencies of how we understand our world are broken when mathematics, science, and space/form are disconnected.
7 Nature Universe Space/Form create order Geometry Models Systems Built EnvironmentQuantity/Scorecard Counting, MeasureNatureUniverseModelsSystemsStructuresQualityPatternRelationshipsSymbolMINDKnowledgeDiagramCognitionPerceptionExperienceModelsMathematicalAbstraction
16 The study of knowledge with cognitive space has a significant impact in any creative process; space geometry affects our thinking at a sensorial and cognitive level. The design of our spaces affects the way we think, act, and learn.
20 Complex Adaptive System Architecture a Spatial Knowledge of Nature and the Universe
21 It is an organic, in-form system, a structure and model required for any action a human thinks, builds, or produces. It is a sustainable complex adaptive architecture that provides synergetic systems of order from models taken from nature and the universe; it creates spaces that are mathematically driven from a complex tensegrity structure called: The Geometry of All". It is an adaptive space/form relationship that is constantly transforming to create symmetry, balance, rhythm, proportion and harmony. It is a spatial knowledge of relationships, patterns, proportions, ratios, motions, and mechanisms found in nature and the universe.. It connects the natural environment with the man-made environment through a series of tensegrity spins and cycles that are self- organizing, efficient, and adaptive. This complex adaptive system architecture transforms and provides guidelines as the natural forces and humans’ physical/physiological needs demand. CASA space/forms are frameworks that allow dual existence that open a new time space perception of realities and communication exchanged. CASA spaces are cognitive, qualifiable and quantifiable. The experience of CASA space/forms are in frequency with the brain mechanisms, providing harmonic relationships. This novel understanding and creation of space/form is a new frontier in our human evolution. It will transform the use of living spaces, networking relationship, communication exchange, knowledge transfer, behavior learning, thought structure, healing movements, knowledge management, code manipulation, human interactivity, ecological energy, and other ontologism.
22 Why C.A.S.A?The study of knowledge with cognitive space has a significant impact in any creative process; space geometry affects our thinking at a sensorial and cognitive level. The design of our spaces affects the way we think, act, and learn.This new understanding of space and the environment is the next step in human evolution.This space template and its transformation will provide a unification of order and structure in many fields. The understanding of the mechanics of the universe and its geometric relationship present a new language of order and system that can be connected to many current researches.All phenomena in nature and the universe are in constant transformation that follows different time and scales. Matter and space are in constant motion by forces caused by energies. These motions are studied through quantum mechanics, bio-physics, space generative design and abstract mathematical proofs.The motion of the moving spaces is adaptive to external and internal forces creating a complexity of information and structure that is responsive.
23 CASA Suggest… Bio-mimicry Un-imimicry Order, Systems, Structure, Space, Motion and Relationships found in Nature and the Universe
38 New Organic Mathematical Spatial Control Systems Create a Platform of KnowledgeUse Protocols with procedures and methodologies that will generate motionDevelop Strategies by formulating mechanics with order and systemsExecute with space and form transformation
39 New Organic Mathematical Control Spatial Systems How?Complex Logical TaskDependencies scheduling constructNegotiating CommitmentComplex Patterns of Relationships
40 New Organic Mathematical Control Spatial Systems How?Space formation allow you to do better.Complex Logical TaskDependencies scheduling constructNegotiating CommitmentComplex Patterns of Relationships
53 Federal Enterprise Architecture . Governing systems, including Federal Enterprise Architecture is moving towards a quantifiable understanding of space. The K.M. offers sustainable integrations of Geospatial Information Tools and Knowledge Working Environments.Geospatial, Space, BIM and KM offer an integration and leverage of ongoing investments in cognitive space and spatial information system for knowledge transfer, life cycle and national intelligenceThere are many national forces and policies moving towards an inventory of space that connects the Building Information System (BIM) and Geographical Information System (GIS) with information technology and knowledge work environments to be used for maintenance, homeland security, management, planning and national intelligence.