integrative concepts

Multidimensional space

1. Abstract mathematical space considered as a system of elements of any type between which there exist relations similar to those between points in ordinary (two and three) dimensional space.
2. Topological space.
3. Non-Euclidian space.
4. Pseudo-Euclidian space of four dimensions in which each relativistic 'world' point has a fixed position in space connected with a fixed position in time. Time is the fourth coordinate expressed, in the equation of four coordinate space, with a negative value.
5. The 'ultimate' space of **** dimensions in which the unification of the four universal physical forces postulated in Unified Field Theory takes place (possible candidates are spaces of five to eleven dimensions).