Multi-Valent Linguistics

A technology invention built on Multi-Dimensional Linguistics (MDL) for the purpose of signal attenuation in information-gimbal mechanics of neural signal processing. This is a foundation for [redacted] and is dubbed Multi-Valent Linguistics (MVL).

Change Modifications
16 OCT 21 - Clarified pointer, refactored Example 1, and added note regarding the technical mapping to bra-ket notation in QE.
23 JUN 21 - Added a nested entanglement example
22 JUN 21 - Added placeholder page for MVL
22 JUN 21 - Moved topics from MDL specific to braket notation to MVL

Pointer

It is hypothesized that <level|depth> of processing (Craik, 1972) is correlated highly with MDL expression. Until further scientific experiments may validate this hypothesis, it is suggested that MDL practitioners exercise caution so as to not “jump off the pyramid”, without considering potential intercepts with its sides. MVL is an extension to MDL which solves for [redacted].

For the remainder of this text, MDL will be used, where MVL extensions allows for multiple valences to be wielded by operators by a tilting process which is proposed to be highly correlated with [redacted] characteristics of neurophysiology.

Primer

Bra-ket notation is borrowed from quantum electrodynamic (QE) mathematical notation, however we shall unpack a doubly use of a bra- or ket-, for purposes of simplicity.

Example 1

The super positioning of two concepts are represented by bra-ket notation (braket), borrowing from quantum electrodynamic (QE) mathematical notation.

[<輪廻|涅槃>]
samsara is exactly nirvana

Note

Utilizing proper QE notation would result in two kets of vectors |輪廻> + |涅槃> = [redacted] without the inclusion of a proper bra. For advanced practitioners, this system can be denoted more properly by: <涅槃|輪廻>, as the linear form of <f| acts on vector |v>. The way this is read is that 涅槃 acts on 輪廻, where the acting in this case is nekkhama, that is, a braking of activity, where that providing the brake is [redacted]. As this is a complex nuance to the adoption of MVL, MVL dispenses with this extreme precision in favor of a super positional notation. Future iterations of MVL may solve for the packing problem presented.

Example 2

The super positioning of concepts may be to the N valence, where three may be written as follows. While this is a starting point, it may be simplified in example 3 using MDL.

<輪廻|◯|涅槃>

Example 3

Example 2 may be simplified by using an MDL valence.

[◯]
<輪廻|涅槃>

Example 4

Grounded Theory interchangeable indicators may braketed and serve as placeholders for isomorphic functions.

give regards to the boatman, there is
a <rudder|oar> that once exposed,
can never be forgotten, to us.

Example 5

Given example 1, 2, 3, and 4, the clear extension is applied in Buddhist categorization of phenomena as follows.

<emptiness|form>

Nesting

Brakets may follow rooting/exponentiating and/or recursion/iteration processes.

Example 1

<emptiness|<form|sight|seeing>>

Guidance

This is essential for gimbal operations.

Entanglement

MDL Editor:
[|] [1…9]

Brakets may be entangled, where multiple units of braket notation may collapse left or right.

Example 1

<form|1emptiness> <samsara|1nirvana>

Example 2

In abridged MDL notation where entanglement is implied by default, entanglement graphs may be omitted.

<form|emptiness> <samsara|nirvana>

Example 3

The following brakets <worship|<workshop|workship>>; note that Packing Problem still favors MV (see MVL Factoring).

/* abridged */
The fruits are maturing, this was behind the wor<|k>sh<i|<o|i>p windows… limitless benefit…

/* unabridged */
The fruits are maturing, this was behind the wor<|1k>sh<i|1<o|i>p windows… limitless benefit…

[What is the weaving bracket to traverse the “i”?]

Guidance

This is similar to a “choose your own adventure” story, where if a reader reads only the left of the first braket, then the reader reads the right of the second braket. This emulates probability collapse.

Branching

MDL may be forked by embedding a braket within an MDL valence.

Example 1

[<no action at a distance|[STATIC]>]
That’s it, the movement of time
it moves forward at a uniform, speed

Example 2

[[<spooky|1not-spooky>]]
[<no action at a distance|1[STATIC]>]
That’s it, the movement of time
it moves forward at a uniform, speed

Guidance

This is only to be used when realizing branch super-positioning, and is used by advanced practitioners.

S[<p|l>]it, Split, or Slit Bracketing

This bracket is for <quantized|non-quantized> bifurcation operations.

Guidance

Slit Bracketing is evident in superpositional atemporal/aspatial awareness, where a realization intercedes in a conceptual topology, and un-measures [conjecture: (aka: hologram projection back-propagation)] through swapping p|l matter through quantum de-measurement (aka: black hole wave-function tesselation).

Bracket Notation; Experimental Syntax

Weave-Bracketing

MDL Editor:
[ CTRL ] + [ [ ]
[ CTRL ] + [ ] ]

Weaving brackets are used when joining intra-brackets.

Example 1

To use semi-conductors as an analogy, the 'n'
below is a doping material which allows the
concept 'low' to generate 'burn'.

[ { low } n { burn } ]

MDL Bar Diode

A Bar Diode signifies an intra-braket weave.

Example 1

<s~|cept>

Mathematical Conversion

This is where MDL devolves into mathematical representation.

Guidance

This is just a necessary expansion for complex conceptual interaction, and grounds us into the descriptive via diagrammed representation.

Applications

Functional Form Inversion

MDL Editor:
[ CTRL ] + [ – ]
The command for expanding a bracket around prior brackets.

Functional form inversion rotates linguistics by applying functional representations (i.e., function) around a phenomenological cluster (i.e., name).

Example 1

<Desk|Raised Service Function>

See Primer Note, for the expansion of this notation to something more QE compatible (i.e, “<raised service function|desk>”).

References

Craik, F. I. M., & Lockhart, R. S. (1972). Levels of processing: A framework for memory research. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 11(6), 671.