By Henry M. Paynter
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G. m. m . every day, during her treatment period. , are made at the same time or time is not relevant at all), but by different locations in sp ace at which they are made. For example, various attributes characterizing acoustic quality can be observed at the same time at different locations of a concert hall. , crystallography, civil and optical engineering, the fine arts of painting and sculpture, and anatomy. The term "space" is not limited only to one-, two-, or three-dimensional Euclidean space.
In addition to the partial or linear orderings, there are other mathematical properties whose recognition in state or support sets is useful in many instances. One of the most important of these is a measure of metric distance between pairs of 42 Chapter 2 elements of the set involved. Such a measure is defined by a function that assigns to each pair of elements in the set a number which expresses how far apart the two elements are with respect to some underlying ordering. , variables whose state sets are money amounts, production amounts, numbers of defects, numbers of accidents, etc.
Since variables and supports are parts of every system, regardless of its epistemological type, these methodological distinctions are applicable to all epistemological types of systems. Methodological distinctions regarding variables or supports involve properties that are recognized in their state sets or support sets, respectively. When a variable (or a support) represents an attribute (or a backdrop), the properties cannot be arbitrary. Properties that are obviously not satisfied by the attribute or backdrop sets must not be recognized in the corresponding state or support sets.
Analysis and design engineering systems by Henry M. Paynter