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Inner tension of informational cohesion

Abstract : Information describes and puts in shape. A project gathers various elements, that enhances the question of its cohesion. How some parts are holding together? Some hanging-on links, introduced by Husserl, can be modeled by whorls. A ring of whorls, which is a composed unit, is giving account for the gathering of parts. Movement and negation lead to four logical worlds and the genesis of numbers goes along with a genesis of drawing. Thus cohesion in the making is modeled by a threefold ring of whorls, corresponding to three interfaces between logical worlds: 1) an interface with components in interaction, that builds the form; 2) an interface with the extension, where whorls damp down, this constitutes the horizon; 3) an interface with the pulsation at the core. This threefold ring coming from a threefold tension applies to a form in three degrees: spatial, temporal, and reflexive. In space, the form is found at various stages of integration of components. In time, cycles gather in a greater cycle: a generic approach is modeled with elementary patterns; this model has been tested. At the reflexive degree, the reader integrates oneself in the tension, this tension in a project questions its purpose; the threefold tension comes from a tree of fundamental questions, which culminates in being, oneness and becoming, basis of the informational cohesion.
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Yves Chaumette. Inner tension of informational cohesion. Autre [cs.OH]. Université Panthéon-Sorbonne - Paris I, 2013. Français. ⟨tel-00903732⟩



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