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- adj. Insufficiently constrained
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The Demonstration is underconstrained, giving you the freedom to explore hearts as well as a large number of forms that are not even remotely heart-like.
One of the big problems with the law is that it is vastly underconstrained because it relies on terms that require value judgements. unreasonable searches, cruel and unusual punishment.
But because the process remains fundamentally underconstrained, there is always the possibility that you will see something that isn't really there - that is, your visual system will take in a pattern of information and decide that it is more likely to be produced by a scenario different from the real one.
Perception is a fundamentally underconstrained problem.
In other cases, inference is severely underconstrained.
Sketch 15 is underconstrained and the actual profile line does not extend beyond the faces.
I don't think that JD or I ever have said that underconstrained geometry is the cause of all problems.