Junctions

Conditions for the creation of junction relationships

Junctions weave relationships between sentences or elements.

A junction relationship between junctions can be created. Junction is recursive.

The junction can take place:

  • within the same sentence inside the same role and after the same role auxiliary
  • within the same sentence between identical roles but with different auxiliary
  • between two or more sentences that would be independent if they were not linked by a junction. 
The different types of junction relationships

Junctions may have different mathematical properties:

  • an order relationship (asymmetrical and transitive), like most junctions
  • an equivalence relationship (symmetrical and transitive)
  • a symmetrical and non-transitive relationship such as similar to, different from…
  • an a-symmetrical and non-transitive relation
  • a logical connection: AND, inclusive OR, exclusive XOR

In short, junction operators organize order relations, except for the logical connectors E:M:.-k.u.-‘ and the formal comparisons E:.-S:M:.a.-k.u.-‘ (equivalent to, similar to, different from) which are commutative and organize bi-directional relationships. 

Logical connectors and formal comparisons unite categories into sets while other junctions unite categories into sequences.

Junction Paradigms

The following is a list of junction paradigms:

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