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Towards a Conceptual Theory of Indistinguishable Objects

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Towards a Conceptual Theory of Indistinguishable Objects
Based on the conceptual representation of objects in space and time as introduced in Temporal Concept Analysis first steps are done into the direction of a conceptual theory of ”indistinguishable objects”. For that purpose a formal construction of ”objects” from observed ”phenomena” using their ”genidentity” in conceptual transition systems is introduced. A conceptual representation of the German tale ”The race between the hare and the hedgehog” is chosen as the leading example.
Karl Erich Wolff
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ICFCA
Authors Karl Erich Wolff
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