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The Deduction Theory was Listed on Wikipedia



I finally registered Kenneth Kijun Lee's deduction theory on Wikipedia. This was what I was planning to do since 2012. At that time, I was given the name of deduction theory for the first time in my 10 years of researching logic. But to register for Wikipedia, I had to mention myself on an objectively registered medium that I should not have made that claim alone. It called an objective 3rd party reference.

A few days ago, I was introduced by Computer Vision News in the US computer engineering magazine. So I achieved "objective 3rd party reference". So today I registered for the first time the "Deduction Theory" in the Korean and English Wikipedia. It's been 5 years since I first made the name in 2012.

I am glad to be able to record these historic moments. As I write this experience, what I want to say to you is that this world is what we imagine, think, practice and make into reality. Academic is no exception. Study is not something that exists in the world from the beginning, but people are constantly imagining, thinking, making suggestions, discussing, experimenting, and verifying. Let’s not forget about this, and let’s live creatively, inventively. Thank you.

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Hello, I’m Kenneth Lee. I'm a business man who live in South Korea and America. I work in the software company "Deduction Theory, LLC" as CEO.
I work with my younger brother Chase Lee. We study Logic, Mathematics, Science, and computer information theory subject. This blog is for explaining the other people about our study.
We also working on an open source computer programming education project, Rellat. I'm looking for a translating volunteer for this project. I think this project will help many children, students, adults who are living in all around world, especially low income people. This project is free for everyone. It's designed for helping people. I will also make schools and orphanages in low income countries to teach the kids computer programming for they can have a better job.
Please visit the web page below that introduces Rellat project and tell me if you think that is worthy to give your help.
Introducing Rellat: Open Source and Open Study Project 
There are Korean and English contents in this projects for translating to the other languages. I wrote all of them originally. So you can choose English or Korean from the original contents to translate whether you want.
We are opened to every language in the world. Thank you.
Hello. I'm Chase Lee who is working on Rellat Project with Kenneth Lee.
When I was a child, I used to make animation with adobe flash program. Then I wanted to make a game with it, so I start coding with action script. That was the first time I started programming.
The methodology of Deduction Theory is the same as the way I do my usual work.
In fact, when I look at the code that goes over 500 lines, I have no sense and I can not remember all of them. Even these days, I still can not remember some of simple code syntax, so I often google it.
Instead, I keep track of what kind of thinking the code was made in, and what relativity information it uses. This is a coding methodology, a coding style or a computing perspective in Deduction Theory
By understanding how to think, you can compare how handling information better. This is the essence, and the most important thing.
The remaining space in the program can be filled by the power of Google and stack overflow.
I think you also can do a massive high-quality information processing by this way without confusing into new technologies and tens of thousands of lines of codes that are constantly being created.

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