abstract surfaces

any receptive, absorptive or reflective entity that is locally continuous and co-oriented so as to react in one or more ways with compatible vector objects. While the geometric notion of “surface” can be either two or three dimensional, an abstract surface can not only be defined in non-physical terms, but can also span more than three dimensions provided there is topological continuity of the surface between the variables that are independent.


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