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A Generalization of Formal Model of Internal Measurement: A Construction on One-Dimensional Maps
Taichi Haruna and Pegio-Yukio Gunji

A generalization of formal model of internal measurement proposed by one of the authors (Gunji, et al.(1997). Physica D 110 , 289-312) is addressed. An interface between defining a fixed point and holding an adjunction is constructed motivated by the problem of the gap between parts and wholeness in complex systems. We define a construction of the generalized procedure of formal model of internal measurement on families of one-dimensional maps. We introduce two- dimensional time evolutionary systems by examining computation of time evolutionary steps of one-dimensional maps in terms of a negotiation process between a collection of parts and wholeness. We discuss a power law behavior or fractals in some concrete one- dimensional maps.

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