Re: [unrev-II] A definition of non-interoperabilty

From: Bernard Vatant (
Date: Tue Mar 27 2001 - 14:14:24 PST

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    Nicholas :

    "You can't get there from here". That's great ! We know that also in our
    mountains ... and sometimes you can get there but can't get back here - so
    much for symetry ...

    In graph theory, it's non-connexity.
    But what is interesting in this case is that the local vision introduces the
    notion of "local non-connexity".

    You can get from A to B, but not to C (seen from A)
    Although you can get from B to C (seen from B)

    ... so much for transitivity ...

    Something to do with scopes ?



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