Scanning the structure of ill‐known spaces: Part 2. Principles of construction of physical space

@article{Bounias2002ScanningTS,
  title={Scanning the structure of ill‐known spaces: Part 2. Principles of construction of physical space},
  author={M. Bounias and V. Krasnoholovets},
  journal={Kybernetes},
  year={2002},
  volume={32},
  pages={976-1004}
}
An abstract lattice of empty set cells is shown to be able to account for a primary substrate in a physical space. Space‐time is represented by ordered sequences of topologically closed Poincare sections of this primary space. These mappings are constrained to provide homeomorphic structures serving as frames of reference in order to account for the successive positions of any objects present in the system. Mappings from one section to the next involve morphisms of the general structures… Expand

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