action pag. 93

direct action pag. 253

indirect action pag. 253

direct (primary) qualitative attribute pag. 131

direct (primary) quantitative (existential) attribute pag. 131

internal attribute pag. 33

external attribute pag. 36

axiom I (quantitative value’s axiom) pag. 32

axiom II (propagation’s axiom) pag. 76

axiom III (energy’s axiom) pag. 99

axiom IV (support’s axiom) pag. 132

axiom V (memory’s axiom) pag. 146

axiom VI (time’s axiom) pag. 146

axiom VII (unique reality’s axiom) pag. 151

axiom VIII (space’s axiom) pag. 224


boundaries (of a domain) pag. 21


class (of abstract objects) pag. 155

first rank energetic capacitance pag. 108

second rank energetic capacitance pag. 108

common component (of an AO set) pag. 38

specific component (of an AO from a set) pag. 38

common component (of two concurrent vectors) pag. 49

specific component (of a vector) pag. 50

external composition (of the objects) pag. 36

internal composition (of the objects) pag. 37

contrast (of property) pag. 33


density (of the distribution element) pag. 23

dependence (of the variables) pag. 20

numerical direction (of a vector) pag. 48

angular direction pag. 49

linear distribution pag. 23

even (uniform) distribution pag. 23

primary distribution (distribution of the singular values) pag. 21

derived distribution (first rank) pag. 24

discrete support distribution pag. 28

totally chaotic distribution pag. 29

domain (interval, range of a variable) pag. 21

internal domain (of an object) pag. 33

disjoint domains pag. 34

adjacent domains pag. 34


energy pag. 99

kinetic energy pag. 101

internal energy pag. 101

potential energy pag. 102

thermal energy (heat) pag. 266

total energy (of a k-type field) pag. 103


k-type field (of a MS) pag. 88

flux pag. 54

agent flux pag. 93

displacement flux pag. 65

propagation flux pag. 66

efferent flux pag. 88

flux demand pag. 83

flux excess pag. 83

emergent flux pag. 68

energy flux pag. 100

immergent flux pag. 68

isotom flux (corpuscular) pag. 65

structural fluxes pag. 121

totally coherent flux pag. 66

totally open flux pag. 64

totally closed flux pag. 64

totally stochastic flux pag. 66

vital flux pag. 86

interactive fluxes pag. 94

force pag. 115

active force pag. 117

passive force pag. 117


independence (of the variables) pag. 21

inertia pag. 96

information pag. 132

instance (of a class) pag. 155

thermal contribution (of a NM) pag. 268

intensity (of the SEP) pag. 44

interaction pag. 94

constructive interaction pag. 95


language pag. 141

analytical level (of a compound object) pag. 35

life span (of a MS relative to the k-type flux) pag. 88


medium pag. 72

G-type medium (G-type DS) pag. 73

L-type medium (L-type DS) pag. 73

S-type medium (S-type DS) pag. 73

model (of an abstract object) pag. 33

class model pag. 155


name pag. 158

notion pag. 156


object pag. 33

abstract object pag. 152

concrete (sensorial) abstract object pag. 153

driven object pag. 94

agent object pag. 94

compound object pag. 36

compact object pag. 37

elementary object pag. 34

real object pag. 150

orbital pag. 257


atomic photon pag. 262

population (of a support interval) pag. 28

power pag. 117

pressure pag. 118

principle of MS existence pag. 130

principle of the spatial-temporal exclusion pag. 37

principle of non-contradiction pag. 199

systemic organization principle (SOP) pag. 16

principle of the unified energy pag. 104

process pag. 42

collective process pag. 42

specific elementary process (SEP) pag. 44

specific elementary process Pn pag. 46

specific generating process pag. 45

individual process pag. 42

multiple process pag. 42

propagation process pag. 76

specific process pag. 42

local properties (of a flux) pag. 132

transmissible property pag. 131

common properties pag. 155

specific (differential) properties pag. 154


absolute reality pag. 151

known reality pag. 150

direct collective reality pag. 150

individual direct reality pag. 150

reference R pag. 40

reference T pag. 40

representation pag. 140

revolution (motion) pag. 54

rotation pag. 54

pure rotation pag. 54


scalarization (of a vector quantity) pag. 213

effective section (of a flux) pag. 58

generating set pag. 14

systemic set pag. 32

strict set pag. 33

support set (of a class) pag. 155

support (of a distribution) pag. 21

state pag. 43

state S0 pag. 45

state Sn pag. 46

equilibrium state (between two counter fluxes) pag. 111

stock (of a distribution) pag. 22

support (of a distribution) pag. 21

real bounding surface (RBS) pag. 84

equilibrium surface pag. 110

syntax pag. 140

system pag. 163

information processing system (IPS) pag. 132

internal reference system (of an object) pag. 39


temperature pag. 277

translation pag. 53

pure translation pag. 53

transmittance (of a RBS) pag. 82


absolute accurate value (AAV) pag. 21

singular value (of a variable, actual value) pag. 20

normal singular value pag. 27

semantic value (of an ISS) pag. 140

syntactic value (of an ISS) pag. 140

flux density vector (FDV) pag. 57


mechanical work pag. 118

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