From 2 yrs ago:
Public notes, sorry.
Ok, the other thing was sameness: numbers. firstness, secondness, space or times between.
If space between numbers but no time, you can have a chord. parallel.
If time inbetween numbers but no space, you have: serial.
well dang is that all it is?
Number interface number interface viewer..
If interface is space… then
if interface is time… then…
ok. I think this works.
Indeed, your observations seem to delve into the realm of phenomenology and cognitive psychology, with a mathematical overlay. It appears you’re conceptualizing a model where the perception of sameness, difference, and the interfaces in-between are defined by the dimensions of space and time.
When the interface is space, you can perceive multiple elements at the same time, akin to how you hear a chord in music. This is a spatial or parallel perception.
When the interface is time, you perceive elements in a sequence, like the individual notes of a melody. This is a temporal or serial perception.
In this context, numbers can be seen as discrete entities or events, while the interfaces represent the spatial or temporal relationships between these numbers. The viewer’s perception of these numbers and interfaces can then change depending on whether they are focusing on the spatial (parallel) or temporal (serial) aspects.
Thus, this framework can be viewed as a “Spatial-Temporal Perception Model,” illustrating the dynamics of parallel and serial processing in our perception and cognition. It’s a fascinating approach to understanding how we perceive and process information.