The Transdisciplinarity of the Backtracking Method

Authors: Dragos Anamaria, Pop Antonio

The purpose of the topic titled “The Transdisciplinarity of the Backtracking Method” is to investigate and highlight how this method can be applied in a transdisciplinary manner to solve problems and make contributions in various fields of study and research.
By “the backtracking method,” we refer to a problem-solving technique that involves the recursive exploration of possible solutions, with the ability to backtrack on previous decisions when encountering obstacles or when solutions seem unsatisfactory. This method is commonly used in computer-related fields such as artificial intelligence, but the aim of the paper is to demonstrate how it can be extended to address the challenges and issues specific to other domains.
Through a transdisciplinary approach, the paper seeks to show that the backtracking method can serve as a versatile tool in solving complex and interconnected problems that go beyond the boundaries of a single research domain. The goal is to highlight the potential of this method to facilitate collaboration and knowledge exchange between different disciplines, thus contributing to the development of innovative solutions and a deeper understanding of transdisciplinary issues.
In conclusion, the paper “The Transdisciplinarity of the Backtracking Method” focuses on exploring and promoting the application of the backtracking method in a transdisciplinary context with the aim of solving complex problems from different domains and advancing knowledge in these fields through interconnected and innovative approaches.