0.1 Ultra-complex systems
An ultra-complex system represents the human mind from the standpoint of a generalized Categorical Ontology Theory of Levels as the highest level of complexity that emerged through biological and social coevolution over the last million years on Earth.
0.1.1 Preliminary Data:
One can represent in square categorical diagrams the emergence of ultra-complex dynamics from the super-complex dynamics of human organisms coupled via social interactions in characteristic patterns represented by http://planetmath.org/RosettaGroupoidsRosetta biogroupoids, together with the complex–albeit inanimate–systems with ‘chaos’. With the emergence of the ultra-complex system of the human mind– based on the super-complex human organism– there is always an associated progression towards higher dimensional algebras from the lower dimensions of human neural network dynamics and the simple algebra of physical dynamics, as shown in the following, essentially non-commutative categorical diagram.
Note that the above diagram is indeed not ‘natural’ (i.e. it is not commutative) for reasons related to the emergence of the higher dimensions of the super–complex (biological/organismic) and/or ultra–complex (psychological/neural network dynamic) levels in comparison with the low dimensions of either simple (physical/classical) or complex (chaotic) dynamic systems.
|Date of creation||2013-03-22 18:11:40|
|Last modified on||2013-03-22 18:11:40|
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|Synonym||extremely complex systems|