I’m finally giving it a try, doing my homework at the last minute as usual. Other posts in this forum have been very helpful, thanks everyone.
Distinguishing of one or a range of stimuli from the rest by measurement and comparison. Those can range from different colors or different frequencies of sound to the abstract concepts.
Measurement of the outside world using the available senses.
An agent performing the observation.
The direction in which the observation is performed.
The point from which the observation is performed. A point zero along the spacial and time dimensions.
Different stimuli that have through simultaneous measurement along different axis (or even different senses) been attributed to a single source due to shared causality.
An axis along which an observer measures the outside world.
One-dimensional, limited by two points.
Two-dimensional, limited by lines.
Three-dimensional, limited by areas.
A three-dimensional fragment, doesn’t include relations to other objects.
A group of entities with shared properties.
Specific instance of the model.
Map(Scenario, Territory, World)
An environment composed of entities.
Change in state.
Dimensions layered on top of each other.
The ability to detect constant relations across parallel dimensions or between multiple observers.
Limited measurement, lack of data.
Generating an object by extrapolation from available data.
Generating a model by extrapolation from available data.
Generating a simulation by extrapolation from available data.
Pure (Semantic) Relations
Intuited relations, constant relations extrapolated from incomplete data.
Abstract categories from which we construct real entities.
Corresponding to the outside world.
Extrapolated from incomplete data.