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Axiomatic Panbiogeography

offers an application of incidence geometry to historical biogeography by defining collection localities as points, tracks as lines and generalized tracks as planes.
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Incidence Geometry
Composite Construction
Orthogenesis
Quaternion Algebraic Geom
Vicariance
Primate Vicariances
Individual Track Construc
Generalized Tracks
Taxogeny
Nodes
Edges
Distributions
Pit-Vipers
Trees
Caecilians
GyrinophilusPseudotriton
Desmognathus
Urspelerpes
Erimystax
Plethodon
Eurycea
Mushrooms
Lizards
Crotalus
Other Salamanders
Salamandridae
Elaphe
Lampropeltis
Pseudoeurycea
Turtles
Ambystoma
Snakes
Elapids
Spiders
Ants
Butterflies and Moths
Crawfish
Isopod
Sculpins
Aneides
Noturus
Ambloplites
Frogs&Toads
Plants
Ostracods
Leavenworthia
Kinosternidae
Necturus
Phacelia
Odonates
Propositions
CREADer
Areas
Main Massings
Geology
Track Analysis and MetaCo
Martitrack Panbiogeograph
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Multimodel Selection
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TinkerPopPanbiogeography
Track Analysis beyond Pan
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It is proposed that
with a graph representation of
a design as opposed to this simple vector representation, a richer, more varied set of candidates canbe created within a computational search for an optimal design.


When viewing the artifact as a graph constructed from an initial simpler graph, one needs to
develop a set of rules to capture the valid transformations that can occur. Through the application
of each graph grammar rule, the design is brought closer to completion. These rules need to be
established prior to the design process as an encapsulation of heuristics for designing.

This will create a different view than multiple salamander dispersals across the Bering Straight which in  this non-vector design would traverse the space of infeasibility.



Plethodon aeneus analysis and  map data citation

 

Dendrotriton analysis and map data citation

 

Bolitoglossa robusta and adherens analysis and map data citation

 

Desmognathus auriculata analysis and map data citation

 

Ambystoma analysis and map data citation\

 

 

Cryptotriton analysis and map data citation

 

Plethodon wehleri analysis and map data citation

 

Necutrus maculosus analysis and map data citation

 

 

Plethodon websteri analysis and map data citation

 

Hemidactylium analysis and map data citation

Plethodon electromorphus mapdata citation 

 

 

 

 

 

Pseudoeurycea(green) and Ambystoma altramirni (red)

Plethodon dorsalis analysis and map data citation

 

 

Stereochilus analysis and map data citation