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20 Mar dimension

In physical space, a dimension refers to an abstract measure of direction. The first dimension may be described as length: a straight line has distance and direction. The second dimension is width. With these two dimensions we can create geometrical representations of information. The bell curve is a two-dimensional representation. The third dimension is depth. All objects in the physical universe have three dimensions. Other dimensions are duration and speed.
Keywords: abstraction
object
chaos
representation
References: context
knowledge representation
logic
taxonomy

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