Institut für elegante Mathematik ... gruppe eM
abstract:
Categorical Methods in Algebra and Topology
(CatMAT 2000)
August 2125, 2000
University of Bremen, Germany
CAT and TOP thinking for industrial solutions
Rolf D. Brandt
BEB, Hannover, Germany
Most people are working and thinking "in points" or "pointwise" instead of
having all relevant relations in mind. Most of the applied models are graphs,
most of the "connections" of "information points" or "model points" can be
more easily handled if we think and work topologically and/or categorically.
The existing "universe" of information (i.e. data) needs urgently other
navigation systems than the existing ones, which are of linear order or at
most hierarchical (i.e. trees). We need "topological navigators" ! We will
give examples of applied cat thinking and top thinking in areas where other
people use artificial and/or complicate numerical algorithms. Currently
pretopologies are of interest to improve pattern recognition algorithms.
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