Chapter 18

Quantum Flow Theory of Knowledge

Chapter Summary

In this chapter, we propose that knowledge can be reduced to its elementary (elemental) size. Each element consisting of quantized noun object(s), their quantized verb function(s), and the incremental type(s) the convolutions that bind such noun objects and verb functions. Even though knowledge may not be quantized as finely and as definitively as matter can be quantized in physics, these elements of knowledge form building block for larger and practical bodies of knowledge. These elements of knowledge (kels) exhibit statistical properties and their dynamics are based on the properties of kels, their origin, their environment, the media, and their recipients. Further, we define the elementary ...

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