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OVERVIEW AND LANGUAGE CONVENTION

INDEX OF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

Ch.1 SYSTEMIC ORGANIZATION

1.1 Hierarchy of the known forms of matter existence

1.2 Time dependence of the cognition limits

1.3 Systemic organization principle

1.4 Some philosophical implications of SOP acceptance

1.5 Void acording to the systemic concept

Ch.2 DISTRIBUTIONS

2.1 Overview

2.2 Virtual distributions

2.3 Realizable distributions

2.4 Discrete distributions

2.5 Chaotic distributions

2.6 Multiple support distributions

2.7 Conclusions

Ch.3 OBJECTS

3.1 Object’s general model

3.2 Elementary objects

3.3 The objects’ hierarchical organisation

3.4 Compound objects

3.5 Reference objects

3.6 Conclusions

Ch.4 PROCESSES

4.1 Few process types

4.2 Specific elementary processes

4.3 Processual objects classes

4.4 Vectors

4.5 Concatenated specific elementary processes

4.6 Specific elementary processes with spatial support

4.7 Periodical processes

4.8 Motion processes

4.9 Conclusions

Ch.5 FLUXES

5.1 Overview

5.2 Definition and flux models

5.2.1 The virtual flux model

5.2.2 Systemic (objectual) flux model

5.2.2.1 Overview

5.2.2.2 Distribution elements and quanta

5.2.2.3 Flux’s objectual model

5.2.2.4 Flux elements and quanta

5.3 Flux types

5.4 Stockage

5.5 Conclusions

Ch.6 MEDIA

6.1 Overview

6.2 Few general classification criteria of the material systems

6.3 Centralized and distributed systems

6.4 Types of distributed systems

6.5 Propagation process

6.6 Conclusions

Ch.7 MATERIAL SYSTEMS

7.1 Fluxes’ model

7.1.1 State systems

7.1.2 Individual bio-systems

7.1.3 Common model of the bio-system-based systems

7.2 General model of the material system

7.2.1 Bounding surfaces

7.2.2 The fluxes triad model

7.2.3 Real bounding surfaces

7.2.4 The fluxes transfer through RBS

7.2.5 RBS types

7.3 Action and interaction

7.4 Interaction of the material systems

7.5 Inertia

7.6 Energy

7.6.1 Deduction of the energy definition

7.6.2 Energy types

7.6.3 Relation between the flux type and the contained energy form

7.6.4 The energy’s existential attribute

7.6.4.1 Energy’s computing relations

7.6.4.2 Relations’ objectual analysis

7.6.5 Composition of the energy fluxes

7.6.6 Energetical action

7.6.6.1 Overview

7.6.6.2 Quantization of energetical action

7.6.6.3 Components of the quantic energetical action process

7.6.6.4 Overall energetical action

7.7 The fundamental classes of inner fluxes

7.8 Formation laws of the natural material systems

7.9 Conclusions

Ch.8 INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS

8.1 The importance of information processing

8.2 Real objects and their properties

8.3 The principle of the material systems existence

8.4 Natural information processing systems

8.5 Artificial information processing systems

8.6 General IPS model

8.7 Information support systems

8.8 Association of semantic values to the syntactic values of the internal ISS

8.9 Information processing

9.0 Conclusions

Ch.9 ABSTRACT SYSTEMS

9.1 Real objects

9.2 Abstract objects

9.2.1 Abstract object

9.2.2 Concrete abstract objects

9.2.3 Classes of abstract objects

9.2.4 Abstraction level

9.3 External language

9.3.1 The name

9.3.2 Language and communication

9.3.3 The quantum of the communicable information

9.4 System

9.4.1 Current definitions

9.4.2 The objectual analysis of definitions

9.4.3 The system’s general definition

9.4.4 The attributes interdependence

9.4.5 The information associated to the system elements

9.5 Virtual abstract objects

9.6 Non-determination and information

9.7 Conclusions

Annex X.1 - ORDER OF MAGNITUDE

Annex X.2 - EXAMPLES OF SYSTEMIC DISTRIBUTIONS

X.2.1 Distributions with integers support

X.2.2 The distribution of states on the Earth surface

Annex X.3 - SPECIFIC APPROACHES OF SOME MATHEMATIC OBJECTS WITHIN THE OBJECTUAL PHILOSOPHY

X.3.1 The set of the real numbers

X.3.1.1 The informational analysis of the set {R}

X.3.1.2 The objectual analysis of the set {R}

X.3.1.3 Conclusions

X.3.2 Distributions

X.3.2.1 The objectual definition of distributions

X.3.2.2 Classic derivative of a continuous function

X.3.2.2.1 Families of abstract objects and their asymptotes

X.3.2.3 The derivative according to an objectual meaning

X.3.2.4 Conclusions

X.3.3 Flux

X.3.4 The position of a curve, surface or volume element

X.3.5 Vectors

X.3.6 Dimensional points

X.3.6.1 Dimensional point model

X.3.6.2 Conclusions

X.3.7 Elementariness

X.3.8 Elements and quanta

X.3.9 Sets

Annex X.4 - CONTAINERS

Annex X.5 - NON-CONTRADICTION PRINCIPLE

X.5.1 Complementarity

X.5.2 Dichotomy

X.5.3 The non-contradiction principle

X.5.4 Complementarity into the natural distributions

X.5.5 Conclusions

Annex X.6 – PROCESSUAL OBJECT CLASSES

Annex X.7 – ABSOLUTE AND RELATIVE FLUXES

Annex X.8 - LOCAL AND GLOBAL VECTORIAL QUANTITIES

Annex X.9 – SCALARIZATION OF THE VECTORIAL QUANTITIES

Annex X.10 – TRANSMISSIBLE ATTRIBUTES AND TRANSACTIONS

Annex X.11 - BIOSYSTEMS

X.11.1 The model of the bio-system object

X.11.2 The cell - elementary bio-system

X.11.3 The bio-systems’ structural chain

Annex X.12 – INTERNAL, EXTERNAL, LOCAL AND GLOBAL STATES

Annex X.13 – ABSTRACT SUPPORT AND MATERIAL SUPPORT

Annex X.14 – OBJECTS’ PERCEPTION BY IPS

Annex X.15 – LOCAL COMPONENTS OF THE FLUXES

X.15.1 The flux density vector (FDV)

X.15.2 The local components of FDV

Annex X.16 – LIFE SPAN OF THE MATERIAL SYSTEMS

Annex X.17 – OBJECTUAL ANALYSIS OF THE VECTORIAL FIELDS

Annex X.18 – SENSORIAL DISTRIBUTIONS

X.18.1 Sensory cell distributions as objects

X.18.2 External and internal sensorial states

X.18.3 Types of sensory cell distributions

X.18.4 Sensorial distributions

X.18.5 Qualitative and quantitative differentiation of the sensorial attributes

Annex X.19 – OBJECTUAL AND PROCESSUAL CAUSALITY

Annex X.20 – NATURAL INTERNAL REFERENCES

Annex X.21 – DEFORMATION OF THE NATURAL MEDIA

Annex X.22 – POTENTIAL ENERGY

X.22.1 Interactions deployed between MS with potential energy

X.22.2 Specific approach of the objectual philosophy on the interactions deployed by means of potential energy fields

Annex X.23 – VARIABLES CLASSES

X.23.1 Variables classes

X.23.2 The support sets of the variables classes

Annex X.24 – THERMAL PHOTONS AND THERMAL ENERGY

X.24.1 Orbitals of EP

X.24.2 Transitions between two energetic orbitals belonging to the same EP

X.24.3 Atomic photon

X.24.4 The photonic perturbation of the bound EP states

X.24.5 Mechanical perturbation of the bound EP states

X.24.6 Thermal photons and thermal energy

X.24.7 The equilibrium between the thermal and baric flux

X.24.8 The internal energy distributions of NM

X.24.8.1 Plank Distribution

X.24.8.2 Maxwell distribution

X.24.9 Temperature

X.24.9.1 Temperature’s objectual definition

X.24.10 Conclusions

RESERVED WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS

 


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