Objectual filosis


AAMS artificial abiotic material systems

AAV absolute accurate value

AB astronomical bodies: stars, planets, satellites, etc.

AIPS artificial information processing systems

AO abstract object

AT atoms

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CM cellular media

CS centralized systems

DP dimensional point

DS distributed systems (media)

EC eukaryotic cells

EF energy fluxes

EO energetic orbital

EP electrically-charged particles: electrons, positrons, protons, etc

ES equilibrium surface

ETV elementary transition volume

FA functional apparatus (subsystem of the organisms)

FDV flux density vector

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FQV flux quantum vector

GC galaxy clusters

GM galactic media (media whose elements are the galaxies)

GX galaxies

IF informational fluxes

IPS information processing system(s)

ISS information support system(s)

LTM long-term memory

MO molecules

MS material system(s)

NAMS natural abiotic material systems

NC nucleus

NE neutrons

NIPS natural information processing systems

NM natural media (solids, liquids, gases, etc. media made-up from atoms)

OG organisms

OGM organism media

OR organs

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PBS planetary bio-system (planetary biosphere)

PC prokaryotic cells

PFM proximate fundamental media

PS planetary systems (star-planets system)

p.v. point of view

R rotating reference (of an object) or rotating motion (flux)

RAV relative accurate value

RBS real boundary surface

RM reference medium

RS reference system

SEP specific elementary process

SO structural orbital

SOP systemic organization principle

s.o. so on

STM short-term memory

T translation reference (of an object) or translation motion (flux)

1D one-dimensional attribute

2D two-dimensional attribute

3D three-dimensional attribute

3F fluxes triad (immergent, stored, emergent)

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