Caratheodory dimension for observers

Document Type: Research Paper

Authors

Department of Pure Mathematics‎, ‎Faculty of Mathematics and Computer‎, ‎Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman‎, ‎Kerman‎, ‎Iran.

Abstract

‎In this essay we introduce and study the notion of dimension for observers via Caratheodory structures and relative probability measures‎. ‎We show that the dimension as a three variables function is an increasing function on observers‎, ‎and decreasing function on the cuts of an observer‎. ‎We find observers with arbitrary non-negative dimensions‎. ‎We show that Caratheodory dimension for observers is an invariant object under conjugate relations‎. ‎Caratheodory dimension as a mapping‎, ‎for multi-dimensional observers is considered‎. ‎News spread is modeled via multi-dimensional observers‎.

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Volume 43, Issue 6
November and December 2017
Pages 1559-1570
  • Receive Date: 03 February 2016
  • Revise Date: 03 July 2016
  • Accept Date: 05 July 2016