Modeling of functional and physical events in a logical paradigm

    Good afternoon, colleagues!

    I suggest you read the article , which is a logical continuation of the series of articles I started on modeling of subject areas that I started.



    In this article, I continue to define terms in a logical paradigm. I am developing the idea of ​​what reality is and how we model it. I emphasize the fact that the world in which we live is an illusion. We don’t even know if we really are, or our existence is also an illusion. Our “I” thinks that it exists, but it exists in the world of illusions. All that we see, and that we model, we see the illusion and model the illusion.

    Therefore, between reality and model, I always draw a subject. Each subject sees his illusion. Each subject has its own model. We are making incredible efforts to make our illusions look alike. To do this, we teach children to see the world in a certain way, for this we spend a lot of time on continuing education courses, for this we spend a lot in conversations with each other and have an internal dialogue with ourselves. After so much effort, we can assume that our models should be the same. But no! they are still different! And this is good! This means: no matter what we do, our nature of amazing creatures breaks through all these rigid restrictions and rejoices!

    Therefore, I insist that in modeling we must take into account the point of view of the subject!

    After the publication of the article, I realized that I had incorrectly layered the functional world on top of the physical. In fact, it turned out that they exist in parallel. It turned out that our "I" lives in the world of inventories. That is, we do not live in reality, we live in the world of inventory objects (4-D. Naturally). We can create lists of such objects. And we can keep many such lists in parallel. This is how a human body can be divided in two ways into parts: arms, legs, head, or: circulatory system, nervous, musculoskeletal, and these two inventory lists divide the same space into parts in different ways. Therefore, the division into physical and functional objects is simply two parallel existing methods for compiling inventory lists.

    In the article I gave an example of event modeling. In the following I will consider the concepts of operation, the class of operations. resource, resource class.

    Good luck on the corners!

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