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Intrinsic and Structuring Element

Intrinsic and Structuring Element

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INTRINSIC AND STRUCTURING ELEMENTBY JOSE ANTOMIO GUTIERREZ CHAVEZIND. Mech. EngINDICE
 1.1. BACKGROUND1.2. JUSTIFICATION OF STUDY1.3. INTRODUCTION2.1. OBJECTIVES2.2. PROJECTIONS3.1. CONCEPTUAL HYPOTHESES3.2. STRUCTURAL HYPOTHESES4.1. METHODOLOGY4.2. NOMENCLATURE LOGIC4.3. FORMAL NOMENCLATURE5.1. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK5.2. HISTORICAL FRAMEWORK5.3. APPLICATIONS5.4. STRUCTURING SOMÁTICA5.5. MENTAL STRUCTURING5.6. STRUCTURING COERIENERGETICA6.1. Findings, conclusions and recommendations6.2. MAP SEVERAL HUMAN CORTEX
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1.1. BACKGROUND
 The study of systems intrinsic structure is opened or closedat the cellular level, component or group as such has notbeen understood.In the few times that has made similar studies aredescriptive and analytical faunas microsystem from amorphological. 
1.2. JUSTIFICATION OF STUDY
 A study of how that is done in this short report is importantbecause it shows the conditions between open systems, closedand its integration and its importance in various aspects ofthem as I will see to consider this work.
1.3. INTRODUCTION
 The structuring of the term as orderly, and deductive logic,seeks to establish relationships between elements and theircorrelations with any system.
2.1. OBJECTIVE
 The aim of this paper is to show how powerful it may be acorrelation method of operating functions via a logic to thenatural sciences and other branches of human knowledge.
2.2. PROJECTIONS
 Projections of this methodology is so fertile that can beapplied in a simple and analytical, or in different systems. 
3.1. CONCEPTUAL HYPOTHESES
 Study of "Homo Sapiens" from the standpoint of the structureand intrinsic element.
3.2. STRUCTURAL HYPOTHESES
 We have the entity in question can be determined by: a) Structuring somaticb) Structuring mentalc) Structuring coercienergética.
4.1. METHODOLOGY
 We employ a method of deductive method of directionalintrinsic structure. 
4.2. NOMENCLATURE LOGIC
 We use a classification based on the intuitive logic that isthe groups are formed from discrete elements that can belinked through formal operands.
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4.3. FORMAL NOMENCLATURE
 For purposes of the reader illustrates some mathematicalsymbols to describe that move for later reference.
SYMBOL MEANING
 Correlation between elements, groups orassociationsBXA, 6XiABX1, BXi Functions, open or closed systemsBXA1 - BXi Operating open systemBXAi Operating in closed systemAnother symbol is explained as needed.
5.1. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK 
 The study of homo sapiens in their theoretical context, ithas been done since the dawn of humanity, but has not beensystematized to place it in its true dimension, outside thepedestal that it has been established, so that theirunderstanding dimension within the existing space.Similarly, this study could have referred to a simple amoebawith all its inherent somatic structure and show themethodology and scope of this work.It could refer to other beings in the biosphere to show hisbeautiful structure which is being damaged by the tenant asnewcomer. 
5.2. HISTORICAL FRAMEWORK 
 In historical times, there have been a number ofclassifications of human beings, according to criteriahumoral falling gloomy, morose and so on.More recently, new classifications have been made, alldescriptive creating more or less complex theories to explainthe human phenomenon.In primitive times it was a magic and animism causal.In historical times of Egyptian civilization man is dividedinto three parts, body, soul or ka ba and it has noassociation with remote structural phenomenology.To the Greeks was the topic of Uranus, all came from the godsand also in other civilizations and animist divinizada.
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