Kenneth Udut outlining a possible process: To shrink a 2 dimensional area while minimizing loss of information (expect some)… … you can: 1) identify the salient categories. A: “a concept is a theory of a category” so B:for each category, identify a theory behind a category to be sure you are capturing the proper concept. Provide some justification for why this concept should be viewed as a salient concept. 2) for each category, create a layer and place the category on it. 3) for each category on its layer, shrink the 2 dimensional area in area. 4) stack the layers. 5) provide reassembly instructions. You now have a 4D object representing your static 2D map. It is 3D (2D layers each with its own area and unique Information and category-concept-theory) and Time. Why time? It takes time to reassemble the original image. 2D to 4D to 2D KU apr 8 2019

Kenneth Udut outlining a possible process:
To shrink a 2 dimensional area while minimizing loss of information (expect some)…

… you can:

1) identify the salient categories.
A: “a concept is a theory of a category” so
B:for each category, identify a theory behind a category to be sure you are capturing the proper concept. Provide some justification for why this concept should be viewed as a salient concept.

2) for each category, create a layer and place the category on it.

3) for each category on its layer, shrink the 2 dimensional area in area.

4) stack the layers.

5) provide reassembly instructions.

You now have a 4D object representing your static 2D map.

It is 3D (2D layers each with its own area and unique Information and category-concept-theory) and Time.

Why time?

It takes time to reassemble the original image.

2D to 4D to 2D

KU apr 8 2019

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