• V. Gritsak-Groener
  • Juliya Gritsak-Groener


agraph, supercategory, gradoid, virtutrioid


In this paper we will introduce a new kind of mathematical structure which we will call a VIRTUTRIOID. It is an abstract mathematical three-structure which in many ways will reflect and model the way in which ground applications — mathematical physics (quantum and statistical physics), mathematical biology (life theory, molecular biology) and mathematical informatics (decoding theory, system theory) — is being built. It is starting article of a general theory of structure and organization of virtutrioids.


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How to Cite

Gritsak-Groener, V., & Gritsak-Groener, J. (2012). Virtutrioids. Physics of Consciousness and Life, Cosmology and Astrophysics, 12(1), 9–16. Retrieved from




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