Part 1: Chapter 1
Rules as parameters
A Hilbert space can also have intangible parameters, such as rules or instructions.
Such a space will contain locations that listed the rules of any game you could think of. There would be locations for the lists of rules for every club or organization in existence. Every religion will have a location in this rule space - the place where its tenets are listed.
Strategies consist of sets of heuristic (rule of thumb) rules, so a Hilbert space where the dimensions are rules would contain lists of heuristic instructions for every kind of strategy, listing optimum guidelines to assist you in winning any kind of competitive game. Imagine, somewhere, in such a Hilbert space, there will be a list of rules that would specify the optimum way for you to be successful in your career or successful in your social life. Such a Hilbert space would be called a "Strategy Space".
It might be useful here, to point out that the Google information space is a Hilbert Space that limits the search area to only the information contained in the Web pages indexed by the Google search engine.
For example, Google may present you with lists of rules and strategies to cover various kinds of competitive situations. But, the search space is limited to only those lists of rules and strategies that appear on the web sites that have been indexed.
An abstract Hilbert Space will contain all lists of rules and strategies - some of which may not have been published, or, may not have even been discovered yet.
To navigate to a place, where a required rule set or strategy resides in the unlimited environment of the full abstract Hilbert space, will involve more than just applying keywords. It will necessitate the implementation of a clever strategy.
Such a strategy is employed by nature.