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Projective Properties of Informational Voltage in the Periodic System of the Socion

Authors: Yu. N. Bratkov

The periodic system of the socion (PSS) gives direction and intensity of informational voltage between two people. The first version of the PSS (G. A. Shulman) was a flat table with two poles. There exists some voltage between the two poles. New version of the PSS (the author) is a two-dimensional projective manifold with two maps. The second map defines some gluing of the two poles of the PSS. It means propagating informational voltage through the glued poles, i.e. through some abstract infinity. One could see correlation with Euler-Varshamov projective arithmetic (by Euler, negative numbers are greater than infinity). Algebraic interpretation of intuition is given.

Comments: 17 pages English, 19 pages Russian.

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[v1] 20 Feb 2011

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