Topic: rings
 
Summary
Maps and rings were the original theoretical foundation for
Thesa. A map is the external, visible, linear, or public side of
information. Maps consist of components which can be divided and
combined. They form a local definition which extends to a
neighborhood. A map may prevent replacements by being fixed or
literal. (cbb 5/80)
Quotations
QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;2/23/74 a.b.c\c is changing the reference point of a map i.e., letting the map cover a large area but remain local
 QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;2/28/74 Now any space can locally be described as a map (i.e. == any space is locally a vector space)
 QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;2/28/74 Maps consist of reference points and reference directions and reference lengths
 QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;5/27/74 identity (symbol) operation is map literal of number symbols and number operations are map literals
 QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;12/24/74 Maps are extended up to a contradiction
 QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;3/26/75 operations as literal maps eg +(1,2) like a(1,2) both access a value

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