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[46] viXra:1407.0029 [pdf] submitted on 2014-07-03 11:56:04

Standard Decomposition of 3-Dimensional Compact Varieties

Authors: Vincenzo Nardozza
Comments: 5 Pages.

A standard method for decomposing 3D-varieties is proposed. The method may be used for giving a classification criteria for 3-dimensional compact hyper-surfaces.
Category: Topology

[45] viXra:1406.0180 [pdf] submitted on 2014-06-30 02:12:30

On a New Topological Non Linear Differential Equation

Authors: S.kalimuthu
Comments: 8 Pages. NA

In this work a new topological non linear differential equation has been formulated
Category: Topology

[44] viXra:1406.0153 [pdf] submitted on 2014-06-24 18:39:44

Some Intuitionistic Topological Notions of Intuitionistic Region, Possible Application to GIS Topological Rules

Authors: A. A. Salama, Mohamed Abdelfattah, S. A. Alblowi
Comments: 13 Pages.

In Geographical information systems (GIS) there is a need to model spatial regions with intuitionistic boundary. In this paper, we generalize the topological ideals spaces to the notion of intuitionistic set; we construct the basic fundamental concepts and properties of an intuitionistic spatial region. In addition, we introduce the notion of ideals on intuitionistic set which is considered as a generalization of ideals studies in [4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16]. The important topological intuitionistic ideal has been given. The concept of intuitionistic local function is also introduced for a intuitionistic topological space. These concepts are discussed with a view to find new intuitionistic topology from the original one. The basic structure, especially a basis for such generated intuitionistic topologies and several relations between different topological intuitionistic ideals are also studied here. Possible application to GIS topology rules are touched upon.
Category: Topology

[43] viXra:1405.0291 [pdf] submitted on 2014-05-22 21:27:19

Symmetry Principle in Dynamical Conserved Topology

Authors: Zhipeng Lin
Comments: 8 Pages.

Dynamical conserved topology(DCT) has conserved number of nodes and links’ ends, its nodes can exchange with other nodes, its links’ ends can transferred from one node to another, and its links can rotate between nodes. Through analyzing their symmetry properties, we can get the detail behavior of DCT, which can be simulated by computer with my program. And by comparing with space with 3 dimensions or 26 dimensions as string theory, we can get its CPT properties, which can be evidence of the theory.
Category: Topology

[42] viXra:1404.0408 [pdf] submitted on 2014-04-18 01:49:13

The Analysis Techniques for Convexity: Cat-Spaces (2)

Authors: Cheng Tianren
Comments: 15 Pages.

we consider discrete cocompact isometric action in hadamard space, and the action belongs to a class of groups. and we gives sharp conditions for a warped product of metric spaces to have a given curvature bound in the sense of alexandrov. we show that a number of different notions of dimension coincide for length spaces with curvature bounded above.
Category: Topology

[41] viXra:1404.0406 [pdf] submitted on 2014-04-17 04:08:32

The Analysis Techniques for Convexity: Cat-Spaces (1)

Authors: Cheng Tianren
Comments: 17 Pages.

In this paper we develop the theory of metric space with curvature bounded below. We study the structure of space which are pointed gromov-hausdorff limits of sequences. And we also construct a synthetic parallel transportation along geodesic in alexandrov space with curvature bounded below, we proved an analog of the second variation formula.
Category: Topology

[40] viXra:1402.0155 [pdf] submitted on 2014-02-24 00:25:37

On an Experimental Topology

Authors: S.Kalimuthu
Comments: 3 Pages. NA

In this work, a new concept for the creation of a new field of topology has been introduced.
Category: Topology

[39] viXra:1401.0224 [pdf] submitted on 2014-01-30 06:32:05

Application of the Ptolemy Theorem (3)

Authors: Cheng Tianren
Comments: 27 Pages.

Sixty years ago, Rollett set a problem which was basing on the famous problem of the Arbelos .this cause many responses from others,and many solutions were received from readers,which suggest this problem was of sufficient intractability as to be deserving of dinine inspiration.another problem we study in this paper is an analogue of Ptolemy’s theorem in the hyperbolic plane,that is,what is the relations between the mutual distances of n points in the hyperbolic plane.we also study the generalized Ptolemy theorem,which has minkowskian geometry property.
Category: Topology

[38] viXra:1401.0026 [pdf] submitted on 2014-01-04 13:08:10

Topological Systems and Social Networks: The Plan of Evolution

Authors: Luis Sancho
Comments: 180 Pages.

The Universe is made of two formal motions, energy and information and its combinations, whose forms correspond to the 3 canonical topologies of a 4 dimensional Universe: Hyperbolic, informative systems; energetic, spherical limbs, and toroid combinations of both. The 3 systems together form complementary systems made of informative particle/heads, reproductive body/waves and energetic limbs/fields. Each topology dominates an age or horizon of evolution of the species: the young, energetic age; the reproductive maturity and the informative 3rd age. Further on individual systems gather in herds, cellular clusters and social networks, evolving into bigger systems, creating a social arrow common to all systems that evolve from simple particles into atoms, molecules, cells, organisms and super-organisms (biological systems) or matter states, celestial bodies, solar systems and galaxies. Those simple principles of General Systems Sciences and Topology reduce the possibilities of morphological evolution explaining how complex forms such as informative eyes or energetic limbs can emerge, solving the old problem already considered by Darwin; and explain the fractal, self-similar organization of physical systems.
Category: Topology

[37] viXra:1311.0115 [pdf] submitted on 2013-11-16 15:08:15

The Iso-Dual Tesseract

Authors: Nathan O. Schmidt
Comments: 17 pages, 3 figures, submitted to Algebras, Groups and Geometries

In this work, we deploy Santilli's iso-dual iso-topic lifting and Inopin's holographic ring (IHR) topology as a platform to introduce and assemble a tesseract from two inter-locking, iso-morphic, iso-dual cubes in Euclidean triplex space. For this, we prove that such an "iso-dual tesseract'' can be constructed by following a procedure of simple, flexible, topologically-preserving instructions. Moreover, these novel results are significant because the tesseract's state and structure are directly inferred from the one initial cube (rather than two distinct cubes), which identifies a new iso-geometrical inter-connection between Santilli's exterior and interior dynamical systems.
Category: Topology

[36] viXra:1311.0059 [pdf] submitted on 2013-11-09 05:09:59

Only Simply Connected Space is Homeomorphic to Sphere

Authors: Dmitri Martila
Comments: 1 Page.

Simple but strict talk about homeomorphism in topology. The World. Shape. The Beginning and End are shown.
Category: Topology

[35] viXra:1311.0031 [pdf] submitted on 2013-11-04 15:20:13

Dynamic Iso-Sphere Holographic Rings with Exterior and Interior Iso-Duality

Authors: Nathan O. Schmidt
Comments: 12 pages, 2 figures, submitted to the Hadronic Journal

In this cutting-edge exploration, we introduce and define the "dynamic iso-sphere Inopin holographic ring" (IHR), which is built from a "dynamic iso-topic lifting" equipped with an iso-unit function that is characterized by constant change. The resulting developments indicate that the dynamic iso-sphere IHR is simultaneously iso-dual to an "exterior dynamic iso-sphere IHR" and an "interior dynamic iso-sphere IHR". For this, we identify both the continuously-varying and discretely-varying cases. Ultimately, the conclusions suggest that a new branch of iso-mathematics may be in order.
Category: Topology

[34] viXra:1311.0030 [pdf] submitted on 2013-11-04 15:45:13

Mandelbrot Iso-Sets: Iso-Unit Impact Assessment

Authors: Reza Katebi, Nathan O. Schmidt
Comments: 11 pages, 1 figure, submitted to the Hadronic Journal

In this introductory paper, we use Santilli's iso-topic lifting as a platform to explore Mandelbrot's set. The objective is to upgrade Mandelbrot's complex quadratic polynomial with iso-multiplication and then probe the effects on this revolutionary fractal. For this, we define the "iso-complex quadratic polynomial" and engage it to generate an array of "Mandelbrot iso-sets" by varying the iso-unit. The computational results indicate two general topological effects: scale-deformation and boundary-deformation, which are consequently connected to dynamic iso-spaces. In total, these new and preliminary developments spark further insight into the emerging realm of iso-fractals.
Category: Topology

[33] viXra:1311.0016 [pdf] submitted on 2013-11-02 15:03:09

Toward a Topological Iso-String Theory in 4D Iso-Dual Space-Time: Hypothesis and Preliminary Construction

Authors: Nathan O. Schmidt
Comments: 34 pages, 7 figures, accepted in the Hadronic Journal

We propose a preliminary framework that engages iso-triplex numbers and deformation order parameters to encode the spatial states of Iso Open Topological Strings (Iso-OTS) for fermions and the temporal states of Iso Closed Topological Strings (Iso-CTS) for bosons, where space and time are iso-dual. The objective is to introduce an elementary Topological Iso-String Theory (TIST) that complies with the holographic principle and fundamentally represents the twisting, winding, and deforming of helical, spiral, and vortical information structures---by default---for attacking superfluidic motion patterns and energy states with iso-topic lifting. In general, these preliminary results indicate a cutting-edge, flexible, consistent, and powerful iso-mathematical framework with considerable representational capability that warrants further examination, collaboration, construction, and discipline.
Category: Topology

[32] viXra:1310.0219 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-24 17:06:41

An Introduction to Neutrosophic Classical Toplogical Spaces

Authors: A. A. Salama, Mohamed Eisa, Florentin Smarandache
Comments: 2 Pages. In this paper we generalize the classical topological spaces to the notion of neutrosophic classical set. Finally, we construct the basic concepts of the neutrosophic classical topology and we obtain several properties. Possible application to GIS topolog

In this paper we generalize the classical topological spaces to the notion of neutrosophic classical set. Finally, we construct the basic concepts of the neutrosophic classical topology and we obtain several properties. Possible application to GIS topology rules are touched upon.
Category: Topology

[31] viXra:1310.0218 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-24 17:08:56

Fliters via Neutrosophic Classical Sets

Authors: A. A. Salama, Mohamed Eisa, Florentin Smarandache
Comments: 2 Pages. In this paper we introduce the notion of filters on neutrosophic classical set which is considered as a generalization of filters studies, the important neutrosophic classical filters has been given. Several relations between different neutrosophic classi

In this paper we introduce the notion of filters on neutrosophic classical set which is considered as a generalization of filters studies, the important neutrosophic classical filters has been given. Several relations between different neutrosophic classical filters and neutrosophic topologies are also studied here. Possible applications to database systems are touched upon.
Category: Topology

[30] viXra:1310.0216 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-24 17:16:23

Topological Neutrosophic Ideal Theory Neutrosophic Local Function and Generated Neutrosophic Topology

Authors: A. A. Salama, Mohamed Eisa, Florentin Smarandache
Comments: 2 Pages.

In this paper we introduce the notion of ideals on neutrosophic set which is considered as a generalization of fuzzy and fuzzy intuitionistic ideals studies in [9,11] , the important topological neutrosophic ideals has been given in [4]. The concept of neutrosophic local function is also introduced for a neutrosophic topological space. These concepts are discussed with a view to find new neutrosophic topology from the original one in [8]. The basic structure, especially a basis for such generated neutrosophic topologies and several relations between different topological neutrosophic ideals and neutrosophic topologies are also studied here. Possible application to GIS topology rules are touched upon.
Category: Topology

[29] viXra:1310.0198 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-23 00:00:41

Dynamic Iso-Topic Lifting with Application to Fibonacci's Sequence and Mandelbrot's Set

Authors: Nathan O. Schmidt
Comments: 9 pages, accepted in the Hadronic Journal

In this exploration, we introduce and define "dynamic iso-spaces", which are cutting-edge iso-mathematical constructions that are built with "dynamic iso-topic liftings" for "dynamic iso-unit functions". For this, we consider both the continuous and discrete cases. Subsequently, we engineer two simple examples that engage Fibonacci's sequence and Mandelbrot's set to define a "Fibonacci dynamic iso-space" and a "Mandelbrot dynamic iso-space", respectively. In total, this array of resulting iso-structures indicates that a new branch of iso-mathematics may be in order.
Category: Topology

[28] viXra:1310.0096 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-13 17:21:15

Neutrosophic Set and Neutrosophic Topological Spaces

Authors: A.A. Salama, S.A. Alblowi
Comments: 5 Pages. Neutrosophy has been introduced by Smarandache [7, 8] as a new branch of philosophy. The purpose of this paper is to construct a new set theory called the neutrosophic set. After given the fundamental definitions of neutrosophic set operations, we obtain

Neutrosophy has been introduced by Smarandache [7, 8] as a new branch of philosophy. The purpose of this paper is to construct a new set theory called the neutrosophic set. After given the fundamental definitions of neutrosophic set operations, we obtain several properties, and discussed the relationship between neutrosophic sets and others. Finally, we extend the concepts of fuzzy topological space [4], and intuitionistic fuzzy topological space [5, 6] to the case of neutrosophic sets. Possible application to superstrings and   space–time are touched upon.
Category: Topology

[27] viXra:1310.0092 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-13 07:16:37

A New Form of Fuzzy Compact Spaces

Authors: A.A.Salama
Comments: 7 Pages. Fuzzy ideals and the notion of fuzzy local function were introduced and studied by Sarkar[12] and by Mahmoud in [9]. The purpose of this paper deals with a fuzzy compactness modulo a fuzzy ideal. Many new sorts of weak and strong fuzzy compactness have be

Fuzzy ideals and the notion of fuzzy local function were introduced and studied by Sarkar[12] and by Mahmoud in [9]. The purpose of this paper deals with a fuzzy compactness modulo a fuzzy ideal. Many new sorts of weak and strong fuzzy compactness have been introduced to fuzzy topological spaces in the last twenty years but not have been studied using fuzzy ideals so,the main aim of our work in this paper is to define and study some new various types of fuzzy compactness with respect to fuzzy ideals namely fuzzy L-compact and L*-compact spaces. Also fuzzy compactness with respect to ideal is useful as unification and generalization of several others widely studied concepts. Possible application to superstrings and E∞ space-time are touched upon.
Category: Topology

[26] viXra:1310.0089 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-13 07:29:00

Fuzzy Bitopological Ideals Spaces

Authors: M. E. Abd El-Monsef, A.Kozae, A. A. Salama, H.M.Elagmy
Comments: 5 Pages. In this paper we introduce the notion of fuzzy bitopological ideals .The concept of fuzzy pairwise local function is also introduced here by utilizing the q-neighborhood structure for a fuzzy topological space .These concepts are discussed fuzzy bitopolog

In this paper we introduce the notion of fuzzy bitopological ideals .The concept of fuzzy pairwise local function is also introduced here by utilizing the q-neighborhood structure for a fuzzy topological space .These concepts are discussed fuzzy bitopologies and several relations between different fuzzy bitopological ideals .
Category: Topology

[25] viXra:1310.0087 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-13 07:38:01

A New Form of Fuzzy Hausdorff Space and Related Topics via Fuzzy Idealization

Authors: A.A.Salama
Comments: 4 Pages. In this paper, fuzzy L-open sets due to Abd El-Monsef et al. [4] are used to introduce a new separation axiom and new type of function in fuzzy topological ideals spaces . Some the basic properties of fuzzy L-irresolute functions, as well as the connectio

In this paper, fuzzy L-open sets due to Abd El-Monsef et al. [4] are used to introduce a new separation axiom and new type of function in fuzzy topological ideals spaces . Some the basic properties of fuzzy L-irresolute functions, as well as the connections between them, are investigated. Possible application to superstrings and   space–time are touched upon.
Category: Topology

[24] viXra:1310.0086 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-13 07:40:55

Fuzzy Pairwise L-Open Sets and Fuzzy Pairwise L-Continuous Functions

Authors: M. E. Abd El-Monsef, A. Kozae, A. A. Salama, H. M. Elagamy
Comments: 4 Pages. The aim of this paper is to introduce and study some new fuzzy pairwise notion in fuzzy bitopological ideals spaces. We also generalize the notion of fuzzy L-open sets due to Abd El-Monsef et al[1]. In addit ion to generalize the concept of fuzzy L-closed

The aim of this paper is to introduce and study some new fuzzy pairwise notion in fuzzy bitopological ideals spaces. We also generalize the notion of fuzzy L-open sets due to Abd El-Monsef et al[1]. In addit ion to generalize the concept of fuzzy L-closed sets, fuzzy L-continuity and L-open functions due to Abd El-Monsef et al[1]. Relationships between the above new fuzzy pairwise notions and there other relevant classes are investigated. Recently, we define and study two different types of fuzzy pairwise functions .
Category: Topology

[23] viXra:1310.0085 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-13 07:43:52

Generalized Intuitionistic Fuzzy Ideals Topological Spaces

Authors: A. A. Salama, S. A. Alblowi
Comments: 5 Pages. In this paper we introduce the notion of generalized intuitionistic fuzzy ideals which is considered as a generalization of fuzzy intuitionistic ideals studies in[6], the important generalized intuitionistic fuzzy ideals has been given. The concept of gen

In this paper we introduce the notion of generalized intuitionistic fuzzy ideals which is considered as a generalization of fuzzy intuitionistic ideals studies in[6], the important generalized intuitionistic fuzzy ideals has been given. The concept of generalized intuitionistic fuzzy local function is also introduced for a generalized intuitionistic fuzzy topological space. These concepts are discussed with a view to find new generalized intuitionistic fuzzy topology from the original one in[5, 7]. The basic structure, especially a basis for such generated generalized intuitionistic fuzzy topologies and several relations between different generalized intuitionistic fuzzy ideals and generalized intuitionistic fuzzy topologies are also studied here.
Category: Topology

[22] viXra:1310.0084 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-13 07:48:25

Intuitionistic Fuzzy Ideals Topological Spaces

Authors: A.A. Salama, S.A. Alblowi
Comments: 10 Pages. In this paper we introduce the notion of intuitionistic fuzzy ideals which is considered as a generalization of fuzzy ideals studies in [1, 2, 3, 11 ], the important intuitionistic fuzzy ideal has been given. The concept of intuitionistic fuzzy local func

In this paper we introduce the notion of intuitionistic fuzzy ideals which is considered as a generalization of fuzzy ideals studies in [1, 2, 3, 11 ], the important intuitionistic fuzzy ideal has been given. The concept of intuitionistic fuzzy local function is also introduced here by utilizing the - neighborhood structure for an intuitionistic fuzzy topological space. These concepts are discussed with a view to find new intuitionistic fuzzy topology from the original one in [10, 12].The basic structure, especially a basis for such generated intuitionistic fuzzy topologies and several relations between different intuitionistic fuzzy ideals and intuitionistic fuzzy topologies are also studied here. Finally, several properties of all investigated new notions are discussed.
Category: Topology

[21] viXra:1310.0083 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-13 07:50:40

Fuzzy L-Open Sets and Fuzzy L-Continuous Functions

Authors: M.e. Abd El-Monsef, A.a. Nasef, A.a. Salama
Comments: 11 Pages. Recently in 1997, Sarker in [8] introduced the concept of fuzzy ideal and fuzzy local function between fuzzy topological spaces. In the present paper, we introduce some new fuzzy notions via fuzzy ideals. Also, we generalize the notion of L-open sets due

Recently in 1997, Sarker in [8] introduced the concept of fuzzy ideal and fuzzy local function between fuzzy topological spaces. In the present paper, we introduce some new fuzzy notions via fuzzy ideals. Also, we generalize the notion of L-open sets due to Jankovic and Homlett [6]. In addition to, we generalize the concept of L-closed sets, L- continuity due to Abd El-Monsef et al. [2]. Relationships between the above new fuzzy notions and other relevant classes are investigated.1
Category: Topology

[20] viXra:1310.0079 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-12 19:35:26

Generalized Neutrosophic Set and Generalized Neutrosophic Topological Spaces

Authors: A. A. Salama, S. A. Alblowi
Comments: 4 Pages.

In this paper we introduce definitions of generalized neutrosophic sets. After given the fundamental definitions of generalized neutrosophic set operations, we obtain several properties, and discussed the relationship between generalized neutrosophic sets and others. Finally, we extend the concepts of neutrosophic topological space [9], intuitionistic fuzzy topological space [5, 6], and fuzzy topological space [4] to the case of generalized neutrosophic sets. Possible application to GIS topology rules are touched upon.
Category: Topology

[19] viXra:1310.0074 [pdf] submitted on 2013-10-12 00:50:42

Cup Product And Its Applications

Authors: Ren Shiquan
Comments: 21 Pages.

This is a reading report on cohomology theory, according to the study of our Independent Research Fellowship Of Geometry And Topology, Founded By Christians Of Shandong. We will modify and update the file if we correct more mistakes. Thanks.
Category: Topology

[18] viXra:1309.0138 [pdf] submitted on 2013-09-19 01:52:54

Homology Groups Of CW Complexes — Reading Report On Algebraic Topology Sept. 2013

Authors: Ren Shiquan
Comments: 14 Pages. this is a reading report on algebraic topology

In this report we will have a study on homology groups of CW complexes with an emphasis on finite-dimensional CW complexes. We will first give a brief introduction on basic definitions and constructions of homology groups and CW complexes. Then certain theorems on homology groups of CW complexes will be discussed. Finally, We will give some applications as well as examples of these theorems.
Category: Topology

[17] viXra:1308.0116 [pdf] submitted on 2013-08-21 18:51:33

Polytope 335 and the Qi Men Dun Jia Model

Authors: John Frederick Sweeney
Comments: 35 Pages.

Polytope (3,3,5) plays an extremely crucial role in the transformation of visible matter, as well as in the structure of Time. Polytope (3,3,5) helps to determine whether matter follows the 8 x 8 Satva path or the 9 x 9 Raja path of development. Polytope (3,3,5) on a micro scale determines the development path of matter, while Polytope (3,3,5) on a macro scale determines the geography of Time, given its relationship to Base 60 math and to the icosahedron. Yet the Hopf Fibration is needed to form Poytope (3,3,5). This paper outlines the series of interchanges between root lattices and the three types of Hopf Fibrations in the formation of quasi – crystals.
Category: Topology

[16] viXra:1308.0099 [pdf] submitted on 2013-08-19 12:04:41

Op2 and the G2 to B3 to D4 to B4 to F4 Magic Triangle

Authors: John Frederick Sweeney
Comments: 64 Pages.

Mathematicians and physicists have long wondered why the Octionic Projective Plane (OP2), the Freudenthal – Tits Magic Square, or Magic Triangle and certain functions of the Octonions and Sedenions abruptly end. This paper lays out the various elements included in these conundra, with the assumption that irregularities and undiscovered relationships between these structures account for the anomalies. In addition to the above, this paper investigates the G2 to B3 to D4 to B4 to F4 Magic Triangle, the twisted product of S7 x S7 x G2, which leads to the Sedenions, the exceptional singularities, Kleinian singularities, Coxeter Groups H3 and H4, Polytope (3,3,5) , the 600 – cell and the binary icosahedral group.
Category: Topology

[15] viXra:1308.0061 [pdf] submitted on 2013-08-11 10:33:40

Boerdijk-Coxeter Helix and the Qi Men Dun Jia Model

Authors: John Frederick Sweeney
Comments: 82 Pages.

The final element of the Qi Men Dun Jia Model is the Boerdijk-Coxeter Helix, or the Tetrahelix of R. Buckminster Fuller, since this brings matter up to the level of DNA strings or lattices. Composed of Sextonions,Octonions, Twisted Octonions and Sedenions, the author examines the Boerdijk-Coxeter Helix from various perspectives to illustrate how BC – Helices play an important role in the formation of matter. The paper closely examines the eccentricities of the BC – Helix to determine whether these relate to diminished Octionic and Sedenion function, associativity and divisibility.
Category: Topology

[14] viXra:1308.0026 [pdf] submitted on 2013-08-05 15:28:53

The Structurization of a Set of Positive Integers and Its Application to the Solution of the Twin Primes Problem

Authors: Alexander Fedorov
Comments: 25 Pages.

One of causes why Twin Primes problem was unsolved over a long period is that pairs of Twin Primes (PTP) are considered separately from other pairs of Twin Numbers (PTN). By purpose of this work is research of connections between different types of PTN. For realization of this purpose by author was developed the "Arithmetic of pairs of Twin Numbers" (APTN). In APTN are defined three types PTN. As shown in APTN all types PTN are connected with each other by relations which represent distribution of prime and composite positive integers less than 2n between them. On the basis of this relations (axioms APTN) are deduced formulas for computation of the number of PTN (NPTN) for each types. In APTN also is defined and computed Average value of the number of pairs are formed from odd prime and composite positive integers $ < 2n $ . Separately AVNPP for prime and AVNPC for composite positive integers. We also deduced formulas for computation of deviation NPTN from AVNPP and AVNPC. It was shown that if $n$ go to infinity then NPTN go to AVNPC or AVNPP respectively that permit to apply formulas for AVNPP and AVNPC to computation of NPTN. At the end is produced the proof of the Twin Primes problem with help of APTN. It is shown that if n go to infinity then NPTP go to infinity.
Category: Topology

[13] viXra:1308.0015 [pdf] submitted on 2013-08-03 11:51:04

Poincare Dodecahedral Space and the Qi Men Dun Jia Model

Authors: John Frederick Sweeney
Comments: 31 Pages.

In Vedic Nuclear Physics, the number 28 plays a key role, and this will be discussed in a future paper. The 28 aspects must be extruded or dispersed along structures which contain factors of 12 or 6. The Poincare Dodecahedral Space contains these factors and relates to the 120-element binary icosahedral group, which double covers the simple 60-element icosahedral group. This, in turn, enjoys isometric relationships to the 60 Jia Zi and the 60 Na Yin of Chinese metaphysics, function to add Five Element and temporal qualities to matter as it becomes visible, in the Qi Men Dun Jia Model.
Category: Topology

[12] viXra:1307.0036 [pdf] submitted on 2013-07-07 06:11:23

The Topology of Number Line.

Authors: Vyacheslav Telnin
Comments: 8 Pages.

This paper begins from ordinary one-dimensional number line. Then starts the infinite process of forming the sequences of big and little numbers. This process leads to the formation of two one-dimensional lines: positive and negative numbers. After that begins the detailed examination of each big and each little number. That leads to knowledge that some positive numbers coincide with some negative numbers. And that some big numbers coincide with some little and with some medium numbers. And some little numbers coincide with some medium numbers. To illustrate this process there are 9 diagrams in the paper. In order to reflect these coincidences it is necessary to use 2 dimensions, then 3 dimensions, and so on … .So we see that simple number line has very complex topological structure.
Category: Topology

[11] viXra:1307.0010 [pdf] submitted on 2013-07-02 11:23:51

Qi Men Dun Jia and the Golden Section

Authors: John Frederick Sweeney
Comments: 34 Pages.

Qi Men Dun Jia is based on the Clifford Clock, as well as an icosahedron. The purpose of the icosahedron relates to the Pisano Period, which has a limit of 60, or the periodicity of Fibonacci Numbers and the Fibonacci Spiral, which are related to the Golden Ratio and the Platonic Solids. In addition, the icosahedron forms an isomorphic relationship to the 60 Jia Zi and 60 Na Yin of Chinese metaphysics, which provide the entry point for the Five Elements into the formation of matter. The icosahedron is composed of three Golden Rectangles and is edged in the Golden Ratio. The three Golden Rectangles are directly related to three Fano Planes, which are composed of Octonions. Taken together, the Pisano Period, Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Section outline the path of growth of matter in the universe. Trigonometric, elliptic and Jacobi functions lend the model additional types of periodicity. By following this natural order, the Qi Men Dun Jia model is capable of making accurate predictions about natural and human phenomena, which can be replicated by other analysts.
Category: Topology

[10] viXra:1306.0221 [pdf] submitted on 2013-06-26 22:32:47

E8, The Na Yin and the Central Palace of Qi Men Dun Jia

Authors: John Frederick Sweeney
Comments: 21 Pages.

The ancient Chinese divination method called Qi Men Dun Jia is mathematically based on the Clifford Clock, which is a ring of Clifford Algebras related through the Bott Periodicity Theorem. On top of this lies the icosahedra or A5 with its sixty or one hundred twenty elements. A5 in the model functions to account for Time, as well as the Five Elements and the Na Jia, additional elements of Chinese metaphysics used in divination. This icosahedra is composed of three Golden Rectangles. The Golden Rectangles are related to three Fano Planes and the octonions, which are in turn related to the Golden Section. This provides the basis for the Lie Algebra and lattice of E8, again with its own Golden Section properties.
Category: Topology

[9] viXra:1306.0199 [pdf] submitted on 2013-06-24 03:27:42

Weak Fixed Point Property and Schauder Conjecture

Authors: Cheng Tianren
Comments: 27 Pages.

In this paper we introduce weak fixed point property and schauder conjecture. Firstly we investigate when various Banach algebras associated to a locally compact group C have the weak fixed point property for left reversible semigroups . Then we discuss the problem known as schauder conjecture.
Category: Topology

[8] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] submitted on 2013-06-22 12:52:13

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 20 Pages.

Four-color theorem is an interesting phenomenon, but there is a rule hidden the phenomenon. The biggest adjacent relationship on a surface decides how many color enough. K-color theorem is a deducing from it.
Category: Topology

[7] viXra:1306.0187 [pdf] submitted on 2013-06-21 08:24:13

On the Possibility of N-Topological Spaces

Authors: Kamran Alam Khan
Comments: 4 Pages. Published in International Journal of Mathematical Archive (IJMA)

The notion of a bitopological space as a triple (X,I_1,I_2), where X is a set and I_1and I_2are topologies on X, was first formulated by J.C.Kelly [5]. In this paper our aim is to introduce and study the notion of an N-topological space (X,I_1,I_2,………I_N). We first generalize the notion of an ordinary metric to n variables. This metric will be called K-metric. Then the notion of a quasi-pseudo-K-metric will be introduced. We then follow the approach of Kelly to introduce and study the notion of an N-topological space. An example for such a space is produced using chain topology. And finally we define and study some of the possible separation properties for N-topological spaces.
Category: Topology

[6] viXra:1302.0039 [pdf] submitted on 2013-02-06 20:33:41

Difficilis Topology

Authors: Nasir Germain
Comments: 4 Pages.

my new spin on mathematics
Category: Topology

[5] viXra:1302.0011 [pdf] submitted on 2013-02-02 07:56:10

Germs on a Manifold

Authors: Jaivir Baweja
Comments: 2 Pages.

Let $M$ be a smooth manifold. In this paper we review the definition of a germ and show that since it is an equivalence relation, the concept is only locally defined.
Category: Topology

[4] viXra:1205.0082 [pdf] submitted on 2012-05-20 11:09:22

Ciphers and Commuting Algebras

Authors: Terry Allen, Daniel Branscombe, Jim Bury
Comments: 50 Pages.

The musical staff notates Pitch Value Vectors whereas tablature, using fret numbers on string lines, denotes Position Value Vectors, forming a commuting algebra of Hilbert Spaces. In 2001 I demonstrated that music is semi-algebraic (Allen and Goudessenue). Pitch Value Space is undefined without a connection to pitch, and when connected to pitch by a barycenter, becomes defined and complete. A defined musical system must have at least 2 functions, the chromatic f(x) and the harmonic function g(x) that form a composite function with at most 1 common center (Music Multicentricity Theorem). Thus tonality is defined by the line of tonal projection that marries pitch to position to make a musical tone. Since musical systems must have a tone generator (instrument or device) the music topos must be the triple composite function f⋅g⋅h where f(x) is a + b + c = 0 and g(x) > 0 is a scale center and h(x) > 0 an instrument center. A music cipher as defined here as an affine projection that marries R:Z pitch to position to compose a note [tone point as an orthonormal pair (position value, pitch value)]. The harmonic message is embedded in a musical system by the cipher which defines tonality, so that (harmony, tonality) is another orthonormal pair. A cipher can also make a new note from one already known in a system. The only algebraic operation in a musical topos is vector additions to a single barycenter according to a difference function defined by the complete lattice of the musical system, and according to the Boolean Arithmetic Operator of the Music Cipher which forms the geometry of tone value spaces by its prime ideals. The cipher model is therefore simple and natural compared to current music topology requiring two centers and several algebraic operators. Music is composed by the finite union of notes and open intervals defined by the composite functions of the fundamental, the key, and the intonation algorithm. Tonality, the sum total of every function, relation, and element in a musical system, is the same as the algebraic-logic interface (numeric key) of the pitch-position intonation algorithm that is precisely the triangle of cipher vectors formed between one logic and at least two algebraic sub lattices. The cipher vector defined by a complete musical lattice is also the same as the arithmetic tone values closure operator that defines tonal geometry. Specifically, the cipher is precisely the projection between the logic sub lattice and at least two algebraic sub lattices in the musical system, where the sub lattices all share the fundamental as 1 common center. Therefore the cipher is equivalent to a point, a line, a triangle, and a sphere, reflections resulting from line-point duality in geometry. Without a common center for the R: Z cipher the musical clock is undefined: Euler's donut is dead. The new model is a clock: the fundamental is the hour hand, the instrument position is the minute hand, and scale position is the third hand. Tonality, like time on the clock, is a vector as a composite of three functions with 1 fundamental in common. Therefore, tonality has at least two functions but at most one center.
Category: Topology

[3] viXra:1205.0081 [pdf] submitted on 2012-05-20 16:05:13

A New Microsimplicial Homology Theory

Authors: Tuomas Korppi
Comments: 39 Pages.

A homology theory based on both near-standard and non-near-standard microsimplices is constructed. Its basic properties, including Eilenberg-Steenrod axioms for homology and continuity with respect to resolutions of spaces, are proved.
Category: Topology

[2] viXra:1003.0267 [pdf] submitted on 30 Mar 2010

Convergence of Funcoids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 4 pages

Considered convergence and limit for funcoids (a generalization of proximity spaces). I also have defined (generalized) limit for arbitrary (not necessarily continuous) functions under certain conditions. This article is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research.
Category: Topology

[1] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] submitted on 16 Mar 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 32 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity space, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniform space. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). That funcoids and reloids are common generalizations of both (proximity, pretopology, uniform) spaces and of (multivalued) functions, makes this theory smart for analyzing properties (e.g. continuousness) of functions on spaces. Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics.
Category: Topology

Replacements of recent Submissions

[35] viXra:1311.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2014-05-20 17:46:37

Effective Dynamic Iso-Sphere Inopin Holographic Rings: Inquiry and Hypothesis

Authors: Nathan O. Schmidt
Comments: 19 pages, 5 figures, accepted in Algebras, Groups and Geometries

In this preliminary work, we focus on a particular iso-geometrical, iso-topological facet of iso-mathematics by suggesting a developing, generalized approach for encoding the states and transitions of spherically-symmetric structures that vary in size. In particular, we introduce the notion of "effective iso-radius" to facilitate a heightened characterization of dynamic iso-sphere Inopin holographic rings (IHR) as they undergo "iso-transitions" between "iso-states". In essence, we propose the existence of "effective dynamic iso-sphere IHRs". In turn, this emergence drives the construction of a new "effective iso-state" platform to encode the generalized dynamics of such iso-complex, non-linear systems in a relatively straightforward approach of spherical-based iso-topic liftings. The initial results of this analysis are significant because they lead to alternative modes of research and application, and thereby pose the question: do these effective dynamic iso-sphere IHRs have application in physics and chemistry? Our hypothesis is: yes. To answer this inquiry and assess this conjecture, this developing work should be subjected to further scrutiny, collaboration, improvement, and hard work via the scientific method in order to advance it as such.
Category: Topology

[34] viXra:1311.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2014-05-16 15:02:07

Effective Dynamic Iso-Sphere Inopin Holographic Rings: Inquiry and Hypothesis

Authors: Nathan O. Schmidt
Comments: 18 pages, 5 figures, submitted to Algebras, Groups and Geometries

In this preliminary work, we focus on a particular iso-geometrical, iso-topological facet of iso-mathematics by suggesting a developing, generalized approach for encoding the states and transitions of spherically-symmetric structures that vary in size. In particular, we introduce the notion of "effective iso-radius" to facilitate a heightened characterization of dynamic iso-sphere Inopin holographic rings (IHR) as they undergo "iso-transitions" between "iso-states". In essence, we propose the existence of "effective dynamic iso-sphere IHRs". In turn, this emergence drives the construction of a new "effective iso-state" platform to encode the generalized dynamics of such iso-complex, non-linear systems in a relatively straightforward approach of spherical-based iso-topic liftings. The initial results of this analysis are significant because they lead to alternative modes of research and application, and thereby pose the question: do these effective dynamic iso-sphere IHRs have application in physics and chemistry? Our hypothesis is: yes. To answer this inquiry and assess this conjecture, this developing work should be subjected to further scrutiny, collaboration, improvement, and hard work via the scientific method in order to advance it as such.
Category: Topology

[33] viXra:1311.0031 [pdf] replaced on 2014-02-08 15:45:08

Exterior and Interior Dynamic Iso-Sphere Holographic Rings with an Inverse Iso-Duality

Authors: Nathan O. Schmidt
Comments: 13 pages, 2 figures, accepted by the Hadronic Journal

In this preliminary work, we use a dynamic iso-unit function to iso-topically lift the "static" Inopin holographic ring (IHR) of the unit sphere to an interconnected pair of "dynamic iso-sphere IHRs" (iso-DIHR), where the IHR is simultaneously iso-dual to both a magnified "exterior iso-DIHR" and de-magnified ``interior iso-DIHR". For both the continuously-varying and discretely-varying cases, we define the dynamic iso-amplitude-radius of one iso-DIHR as being equivalent to the dynamic iso-amplitude-curvature of its counterpart, and conversely. These initial results support the hypothesis that a new IHR-based mode of iso-geometry and iso-topology may be in order, which is significant because the interior and exterior zones delineated by the IHR are fundamentally "iso-dual inverses" and may be inferred from one another.
Category: Topology

[32] viXra:1311.0030 [pdf] replaced on 2013-11-20 19:31:09

Mandelbrot Iso-Sets: Iso-Unit Impact Assessment

Authors: Reza Katebi, Nathan O. Schmidt
Comments: 14 pages, 2 figures, accepted in the Hadronic Journal

In this introductory work, we use Santilli's iso-topic lifting as a cutting-edge platform to explore Mandelbrot's set. The objective is to upgrade Mandelbrot's complex quadratic polynomial with iso-multiplication and then computationally probe the effects on this revolutionary fractal. For this, we define the "iso-complex quadratic polynomial" and engage it to generate a locally iso-morphic array of "Mandelbrot iso-sets" by varying the iso-unit, where the connectedness property is topologically preserved in each case. The iso-unit broadens and strengthens the chaotic analysis, and authorizes an enhanced classification and demystification such complex systems because it equips us with an additional degree of freedom: the new Mandelbrot iso-set array is an improvement over the traditional Mandelbrot set because it is significantly more general. In total, the experimental results exemplify dynamic iso-spaces and indicate two modes of topological effects: scale-deformation and boundary-deformation. Ultimately, these new and preliminary developments spark further insight into the emerging realm of iso-fractals.
Category: Topology

[31] viXra:1308.0051 [pdf] replaced on 2013-10-11 17:31:47

Initiating Santilli's Iso-Mathematics to Triplex Numbers, Fractals, and Inopin's Holographic Ring: Preliminary Assessment and New Lemmas

Authors: Nathan O. Schmidt, Reza Katebi
Comments: 34 pages, 7 figures, accepted in the Hadronic Journal

In a preliminary assessment, we begin to apply Santilli's iso-mathematics to triplex numbers, Euclidean triplex space, triplex fractals, and Inopin's 2-sphere holographic ring (HR) topology. In doing so, we successfully identify and define iso-triplex numbers for iso-fractal geometry in a Euclidean iso-triplex space that is iso-metrically equipped with an iso-2-sphere HR topology. As a result, we state a series of lemmas that aim to characterize these emerging iso-mathematical structures. These initial outcomes indicate that it may be feasible to engage this encoding framework to systematically attack a broad range of problems in the disciplines of science and mathematics, but a thorough, rigorous, and collaborative investigation should be in order to challenge, refine, upgrade, and implement these ideas.
Category: Topology

[30] viXra:1307.0036 [pdf] replaced on 2013-09-07 05:33:42

The Topology of Number Line.

Authors: Vyacheslav Telnin
Comments: 8 Pages.

This paper deals with the number line. Usually it is considered as one-dimensional object. But if to take into account the infinite large and the infinite little numbers, then this line turns out to be more complex object with infinite self-crossings in some many-dimensional space.
Category: Topology

[29] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-09-03 08:53:52

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 38 Pages.

The method and basic theory are far from traditional graph theory. Maybe they are the key factor of success. K4 regions (every region is adjacent to other 3 regions) are the max adjacent relationship, four-color theorem is true because more than 4 regions, there must be a non-adjacent region existing. Non-adjacent regions can be color by the same color and decrease color consumption. Another important three-color theorem is that the border of regions can be colored by 3 colors. Every region has at least 2 optional colors, which can be permuted.
Category: Topology

[28] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-07-29 10:00:10

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 42 Pages.

The method and basic theory are far from traditional graph theory. Maybe they are the key factor of success. K4 regions (every region is adjacent to other 3 regions) are the max adjacent relationship, four-color theorem is true because more than 4 regions, there must be a non-adjacent region existing. Non-adjacent regions can be color by the same color and decrease color consumption. Another important three-color theorem is that the border of regions can be colored by 3 colors. Every region has at least 2 optional colors, which can be permuted.
Category: Topology

[27] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-07-27 21:41:36

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 41 Pages.

The method and basic theory are far from traditional graph theory. Maybe they are the key factor of success. K4 regions (every region is adjacent to other 3 regions) are the max adjacent relationship, four-color theorem is true because more than 4 regions, there must be a non-adjacent region existing. Non-adjacent regions can be color by the same color and decrease color consumption. Another important three-color theorem is that the border of regions can be colored by 3 colors. Every region has at least 2 optional colors, which can be permuted.
Category: Topology

[26] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-07-27 10:49:06

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 41 Pages.

The method and basic theory are far from traditional graph theory. Maybe they are the key factor of success. K4 regions (every region is adjacent to other 3 regions) are the max adjacent relationship, four-color theorem is true because more than 4 regions, there must be a non-adjacent region existing. Non-adjacent regions can be color by the same color and decrease color consumption. Another important three-color theorem is that the border of regions can be colored by 3 colors. Every region has at least 2 optional colors, which can be permuted.
Category: Topology

[25] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-07-25 10:39:27

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 35 Pages.

The method and basic theory are far from traditional graph theory. Maybe they are the key factor of success. K4 regions (every region is adjacent to other 3 regions) are the max adjacent relationship, four-color theorem is true because more than 4 regions, there must be a non-adjacent region existing. Non-adjacent regions can be color by the same color and decrease color consumption. Another important three-color theorem is that the border of regions can be colored by 3 colors. Every region has at least 2 optional colors, which can be permuted.
Category: Topology

[24] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-07-18 10:30:04

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 36 Pages.

Four-color theorem is an interesting phenomenon, but there is a rule hidden the phenomenon. The biggest adjacent relationship on a surface decides how many color enough. K-color theorem is a deducing from it.
Category: Topology

[23] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-07-16 09:50:57

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 33 Pages.

Four-color theorem is an interesting phenomenon, but there is a rule hidden the phenomenon. The biggest adjacent relationship on a surface decides how many color enough. K-color theorem is a deducing from it.
Category: Topology

[22] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-07-16 08:35:28

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 33 Pages.

Four-color theorem is an interesting phenomenon, but there is a rule hidden the phenomenon. The biggest adjacent relationship on a surface decides how many color enough. K-color theorem is a deducing from it.
Category: Topology

[21] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-07-13 11:04:12

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 32 Pages.

Four-color theorem is an interesting phenomenon, but there is a rule hidden the phenomenon. The biggest adjacent relationship on a surface decides how many color enough. K-color theorem is a deducing from it.
Category: Topology

[20] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-07-03 10:48:17

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 23 Pages.

Four-color theorem is an interesting phenomenon, but there is a rule hidden the phenomenon. The biggest adjacent relationship on a surface decides how many color enough. K-color theorem is a deducing from it.
Category: Topology

[19] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-06-24 10:24:04

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 23 Pages.

Four-color theorem is an interesting phenomenon, but there is a rule hidden the phenomenon. The biggest adjacent relationship on a surface decides how many color enough. K-color theorem is a deducing from it.
Category: Topology

[18] viXra:1306.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2013-06-23 10:58:19

Mathematical Proof of Four Color Theorem

Authors: Liu Ran
Comments: 20 Pages.

Four-color theorem is an interesting phenomenon, but there is a rule hidden the phenomenon. The biggest adjacent relationship on a surface decides how many color enough. K-color theorem is a deducing from it.
Category: Topology

[17] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 19 Aug 2011

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 53 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article, I introduce the concepts of funcoids, which generalize proximity spaces and reloids, which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids generalize pretopologies and preclosures. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilondelta notation) for arbitrarymorphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[16] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 10 Aug 2011

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 52 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[15] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2 Aug 2011

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 52 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[14] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 29 Jul 2011

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 52 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[13] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 3 Dec 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 46 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[12] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2 Dec 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 45 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[11] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 4 Nov 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 44 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[10] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 2 Nov 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 44 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[9] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 30 Oct 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 43 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[8] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 28 Oct 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 42 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[7] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 25 Sep 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 42 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[6] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 21 Sep 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 41 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[5] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 13 Jun 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 39 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[4] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 21 Apr 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 39 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[3] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 29 Mar 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 38 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[2] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 26 Mar 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 37 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniformity. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology

[1] viXra:1003.0192 [pdf] replaced on 17 Mar 2010

Funcoids and Reloids

Authors: Victor Porton
Comments: 33 pages

It is a part of my Algebraic General Topology research. In this article I introduce the concepts of funcoids which generalize proximity spaces and reloids which generalize uniform spaces. The concept of funcoid is generalized concept of proximity space, the concept of reloid is cleared from superfluous details (generalized) concept of uniform space. Also funcoids and reloids are generalizations of binary relations whose domains and ranges are filters (instead of sets). Also funcoids and reloids can be considered as a generalization of (oriented) graphs, this provides us with a common generalization of analysis and discrete mathematics. The concept of continuity is defined by an algebraic formula (instead of old messy epsilon-delta notation) for arbitrary morphisms (including funcoids and reloids) of a partially ordered category. In one formula are generalized continuity, proximity continuity, and uniform continuity.
Category: Topology