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A spatial view of information

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Journal publication date12/11/2006
JournalTheoretical Computer Science
Journal number3
Number of pages10
Original languageEnglish


Spatial representation has two contrasting but interacting aspects (i) representation of spaces and (ii) representation by spaces. In this paper we will examine two aspects that are common to both interpretations of the theme of spatial representation, namely nerve-type constructions and refinement. We consider the induced structures, in which some of the attributes of the informational context are sampled.