Implementation vs. Employment of Methods

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Is there a difference between implementation and employment of a method? Is the mechanism of implementation the same as the mechanism of employment?

A number of methods can satisfy a particular abstract requirement, and a number of methods can achieve similar ends. Is there an underlying mechanism at work which determines how a particular new method becomes implemented, and is it different from the mechanism of method employment?

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Scientonomy3 March 2017It was acknowledged as an open question by the Scientonomy Seminar 2017.Yes

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