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  • The Organizational Structure of Physics (2011) [Updated 6 years ago]
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  • Exploring The Organizational Structure of Physics (2011) [Updated 5 years ago]
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  • Definition of Fundamental Quantities With Respect to Space and Time (2010) [Updated 6 years ago]
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  • The Organizational Structure of Physics (2011) [Updated 6 years ago]
    by Laurent Hollo   read the paper:

    Although each area of physics is known and codified in the form of a specific system of equations, the lack of standardization prevents us from recognizing the common underlying organizational structure of physical interactions. This paper explores the possibility that all areas of physics share a common operating mechanism and presents a formalization of their inner working.


  • Exploring The Organizational Structure of Physics (2011) [Updated 5 years ago]
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    This document is an extended presentation of the formalism introduced in a paper called ?The Organizational Structure of Physics? (The OSP) , presented at the 18th annual conference of the Natural Philosophy Alliance. One of the direct consequences of the proposed engineering framework is the possibility to generalize the equations describing the interactions of physical quantities. Basic elements of the formalism are presented as a reminder, followed by the application of the proposed concepts to the formalization of Planck values definition as well as a generalization of Maxwell's equations.


  • Definition of Fundamental Quantities With Respect to Space and Time (2010) [Updated 6 years ago]
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    In the SI system, the dimensions of physical quantities are derived from seven base dimensions corresponding to the seven fundamental quantities. This document shows how it might be possible to derive the dimensions of all quantities from space and time only.