Self-Formation of the Spatial Planar Object. Topological Approach
Eight-dimensional topological space providing an object evolution in time, including causes of evolution is presented. Part of Euclidean space separated by any close surface from complementary space, where any Euclidean point of space is juxtaposed with parameter, is being felt as an object. Coplanar approximation of flat planar devices is based on the flat, homogeneous, isotropic planar object and chaotic medium. The new, more general approximation of the topological space by equidistant surfaces, suitable for spatial planar objects, is presented. Selfformation of spatial objects (homogeneous, non-homogeneous, anisotropic), medium (chaotic, chaotic oriented, homogeneous oriented, structural) based on non-homeomorpheous mapping in peculiar points and evolution irreversibility, is discussed.
S. Janušonis "Self-Formation of the Spatial Planar Object. Topological Approach", Solid State Phenomena, Vols. 97-98, pp. 85-90, 2004