2018 September: IA book completed and shiped to editor

2018 August: Neural Network converging but error still high

2018 August: Working on normalization of deviance paper

2018 July: Social network analysis added to Quan book

2018 July: Only one chapter remaining in IA book

2018 June: Neural Network debuged completely (hopefuly)

2018 May Neural Network bugs surfacing

2018 March: Neural Network still training

2018 February: IA book on development

2018 January: Second edition of Quantitative Research Methods published

2017 October: Pathfinder application for measuring creativity completed. Validity pending

2017 June: Neural Networks application for prediction of 3D structure in training

2017 April: 3D Protein alignment program completed. Pending hosting for client and server components (see Research)

2017 February: Non-linear systems application completed and available for download (see Research)

2017 January: Quantitative research methods book published

2016 July: Quantitative research methods book in development

The origin of the word research can be traced in the French recherché (to seek out) as a composite, suggesting a repeated activity (re) of searching (cherché). Going even further we arrive at its Latin root in the form of circare (to wander around) and eventually to circle. This wondering around in some sort of circles is quite intuitive as we will see later on since it accurately reflects the process we follow in modern research. The only exception is that the circles are getting deeper and deeper into what the “real” world reveals to us. Noticing the quotes around the word “real” might have revealed the direction we will follow here in challenging what “real” means and accepting how it affects the process we follow at the time of our investigation of a research topic.

2016 May: Leadersip explained has been completed and submitted to publisher
Leadership Explained - Leading Teams in the 21 Century