11/24/2021 Justin Coslor -- Quantifying Qualitative Variables --
Qualitative variables such as descriptive adjectives can always have
quantitative dimensions. For instance, we can treat qualities such as colors
or smells or sounds or texture or taste or mood as constants and assign a
prime number to each particular variety of the form of sensory input or status
and assign a coefficient of something like zero through nine to be multiplied
by the prime number to represent its intensity. That way a particular object
or noun handle name of an object or independent constant can be represented by
a set of composite numbers that can be prime factored, noting that the list of
sensory input varieties as a whole would need to start out at the prime number
elevin to set aside the coefficient intensity numbers zero through ten with
zero being the absence or false status of the sensory variety prime constant
and ten could be used to represent it if the intensity is unknown and nine can
represent the maximum ultimate intensity status coefficient of its prime as a
quantitative dimension of the qualitative constant, and one can represent the
minimum intensity that registers as true and two through eight can represent
the inbetween intensities of the sensory input variety.