• Egger Mielberg

Sense Diagrams

Simple and readable diagrams of a complex set of any kind would allow a million of connections between elements of that set to be formulated and understood clearly. Current diagrams provide the visual solution for the first four-five sets mostly, but it is unreadable for the number of sets in more than five.

We propose a solution, sense diagrams, for the visualization of multimillion sets using sense-to-sense paradigm [1]. The nature of the set can be any. The nature of the elements of a set may differ from each other. The main criterion of the use of these diagrams is the presence of qualitative or/and quantitative properties of an element of the set.

1. Introduction

There is currently no solution for describing sense-to-sense relationships between different objects. In many sciences such as chemistry, biology, quantum physics, and others, there are research objects that have constant specific properties that distinguish them from other ones. These properties can be called genetic. In addition to genetic properties, objects have properties that can be common with other objects of a different nature. The sense diagram we present here is about the visualization of relationships between different objects by the common properties.

2. Problem

There is no mathematical graphical description of the semantic relationship between two and more different objects.

3. Solution

Diagrams that describe the semantic relations between the elements of the sense space 𝑆𝑠 [2] are called sense diagrams. In a rough approximation, the sense diagram describing the semantic shell for a separate zero object is similar to the description of Bohr's model of a hydrogen-like atom.

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