Circles

Person Variables =
{M, N}

Supersets = {S(0),
S(1)}

Limit Variable =
L(P)

The Family Members
of M(X) = {A (0, 1, … L(0))}

The Associates of
M(X) is N(Y) is S(0) = {B (0, 1, … L(2))} for every {A (0, 1, … L(1))}

The Family Members
of N(Y) is S(1) = {D (0, 1, … L(4))} for every {N(Y) (0, 1, … L(3))}

The integral of A,
B, M(X), N(Y), S(0), S(1) is Called J and Defines an Integer Quantity Called C
(Circles)

This system can be
defined mathematically, perfectly, and in terms of input variant computerization,
needs a mathematician and a computer scientist. Can be expanded circuitously,
build upon build of the basic skeleton system. Can function on partial
information if mapped, mapping software will evolve into a more usable
interface.

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