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Two Forms of Proximal Physical Geometry. Axioms, Sewing Regions Together, Classes of Regions, Duality, and Parallel Fibre Bundles

  title={Two Forms of Proximal Physical Geometry. Axioms, Sewing Regions Together, Classes of Regions, Duality, and Parallel Fibre Bundles},
  author={J. Peters},
  journal={arXiv: General Topology},
  • J. Peters
  • Published 2016
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: General Topology
This paper introduces two proximal forms of Lenzen physical geometry, namely, an \emph{axiomatized strongly proximal physical geometry} that is built on simplicial complexes with the dualities and sewing operations derived from string geometry and an \emph{axiomatized descriptive proximal physical geometry} in which spatial regions are described based on their features and the descriptive proximities between regions. This is a computational proximity approach to a Lenzen geometry of physical… Expand
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