Data with Non-Euclidean Geometry and Its Characterization
Keywords:anisotropy, Euclidean geometry, heteroclinic orbit, knowledge representation, many-valued attributes, non-Euclidean geometry
Recently, dealing with the non-Euclidean data and its characterization is considered as one of the major issues by researchers. The first problem arises while defining the distinction among Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometry with its examples. The second problem arises while dealing with the non-Euclidean geometry in true, false, and uncertain regions. The third problem arises while investigating some patterns in non-Euclidean data sets. This paper focused on tackling these issues with some real-life examples in data processing, data visualization, knowledge representation, and quantum computing.
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