Fibor is a totally twisted l-string definition (glyph) that is subject to bifurcation (i.e., a meter signature on MONEY or bubblegum). This is egglepple's tertiary structure. Fibor (preimage) functions as the basic component of twist economics; used to sew pajamas. We care mainly for the ludological aspect(s) of juking (topology, rhetoric, mechanics, etc.), as they relate to cybernetics.


Notes (+):

+ Fibor is the 'print' (or tuning) stage. This would be the total algorithm input assigned from stew choreography. Gameplay-wise, jukers should aim to get here as quickly as possible.

+ For purposes of imaging, the l-string may be a simple topological schematic, serving to illustrate some animation directive.

+ Just to reiterate, our primary interests are not in figuring out the science (e.g., chemistry, biology, physics, etc.) behind the folding (chemical bonding, dipole moments, things of this nature are left to the experts). We are chiefly concerned with "writing a playbook", so to speak, that will enable anyone to generate algorithms (plays) for configuring yesegalo shapes and coordinating meshes.

+ We must be careful with our vocabulary. Yes, fibor is stringy, but it is not a requirement that it be physical, per se. It just necessarily assumes the properties (namely that it can vibrate in multiple dimensions) of strings as it propagates into worldspace. In this case, we are concerned strictly with string dynamics (incorporating the landscape vacua philosophy). However, fibor - in the mold of stew choreography - is open/closed in some arbitrary volume, whence it is attached to a dynamical mem(brane). Oddly, however, there exists a method to start at the Planck length, and work our way up to normalization with g-folding. (See string ludology)

See also

Analogue: fiber

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