Trace Analysis Patterns (Part 153)

We can associate a function with a domain of trace messages (M) to some other range either continuous (T) or discreet (D). We call this analysis pattern Trace Field by analogy with fields in physics:

Or, in general, Trace Field, is a functor between the domain of the category of trace messages (M) and a codomain of some other category, not necessarily numerical. Typical examples include Trace Presheaves and Fiber Bundles. Another example, for generalized logs, is Memory Fibration taken to extreme.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ + -

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