Geon

[geology] The term geon (for geological eon) refers to large geologic time intervals. Geologists traditionally subdivide Earth history into a hierarchy of named intervals: eons, eras, periods, etc. (e.g. Jurassic Period of the Mesozoic Era). Likewise, historians subdivide the history of man into intervals that are comparatively much shorter...
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Geon

[physics] In theoretical general relativity, a geon is an electromagnetic or gravitational wave which is held together in a confined region by the gravitational attraction of its own field energy. They were first investigated theoretically in 1955 by J. A. Wheeler, who coined the term as a contraction of `gravitational electromagnetic entit...
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Geon

[psychology] Geons are the simple 2D or 3D forms such as cylinders, bricks, wedges, cones, circles and rectangles corresponding to the simple parts of an object in Biederman`s Recognition-by-components theory. The theory proposes that the visual input is matched against structural representations of objects in the brain. These structural re...
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Geon

[video game] Geon is a multiplayer-oriented action arcade video game developed by independent software developer Strawdog Studios. The initial version of the game was originally released as `Geon: Emotions` for the Xbox 360`s XBLA service in September 2007. The title has since been updated, improved and was released on 25 September 2008 via...
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