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Hi Trupeljak Ozren -
>And as far as I know, algorithms can be (and are) portrayed as patterns
>of relations between sets, fields, objects, etc.. of the computer
>I still fail to see the significant distinction
But you just gave us an excellent example of quite a few distinctions.
"Algorithms can contain patterns of relations" is not saying the same
thing as "algorithms are patterns".
My take is precision.
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