Synergetic Networks

| April 24, 2012

Locations in a logical space may have any number of addressing elements i.e. coordinates — and the analogy between such a “logical space” and the space of visual-tactile experiences is embedded in metaphors. Connections between any two experiences, regardless of when-where they occurred, are edges, to which edges the properties of tension pull and compression push may be applied. A tetrahedron, in principle, consists of any four events no matter when or where these occur. So Synergetics certainly retains our sense of intervals, connections, relationships and of a logical space, a memory, wherein any number of data storage and retrieval schemes get used to identify and characterize the interconnected, discrete, special-case events.

via Hypercross Dogmatics.