Scanning the structure of ill‐known spaces: Part 3. Distribution of topological structures at elementary and cosmic scales

@article{Bounias2003ScanningTS,
  title={Scanning the structure of ill‐known spaces: Part 3. Distribution of topological structures at elementary and cosmic scales},
  author={M. Bounias and V. Krasnoholovets},
  journal={Kybernetes},
  year={2003},
  volume={32},
  pages={1005-1020}
}
The distribution of the deformations of elementary cells is studied in an abstract lattice constructed from the existence of the empty set. One combination rule determining oriented sequences with continuity of set‐distance function in such spaces provides a particular kind of space‐time‐like structure which favors the aggregation of such deformations into fractal forms standing for massive objects. A correlative dilatation of space appears outside the aggregates. At large scale, this… Expand

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