Fuzzy Algebraic Modeling of Spatiotemporal Timeseries' Paradoxes in Cosmic Scale Kinematics

Lazaros Iliadis
2022 Mathematics  
This paper introduces the prototype of a generic fuzzy algebraic framework, that aims to serve as a holistic modeling approach of kinematics. Moreover, it detects paradoxes and uncertainties when the involved features of the timeseries have "unconventional" values. All well accepted models are perfectly capturing and clearly describing the spatiotemporal characteristics of a moving object's (MO) status, when its actual distance from the observer is conventional, i.e., "insignificant compared to
more » ... the magnitude of light years". Let us consider the concept that emerges by the following Boolean expression1 (BE1): "Velocity is significant compared to the speed of light (SIV_cSL) AND distance between observer and moving body is significant compared to light years (SID_cLY)". The only restriction in the above BE1 Boolean expression is that velocity would always be less than C. So far, BE1 is not considered to be true in the models that are employed to build our scientific physics studies. This modeling effort performs mining of kinematics phenomena for which BE1 is true. This approach is quite innovative, in the sense that it reveals paradoxes and uncertainties, and it reaches the following conclusions: When a particle is moving inside hypersurfaces characterized by any type of BE1′s negation, our existing kinematics' models can survive. In the opposite case, we are gradually led to paradoxes and uncertainties. The gradual and smooth transition from the one state to the other as well as the importance of the aforementioned limitations, can be inferred-modeled by employing fuzzy logic.
doi:10.3390/math10040622 fatcat:uwoqfkxgobardoehwtf44v5uly