Social volume (Hoede)
Dutch social mathematician Cornelis Hoede's 1990 physics-to-social variables table, showing him conceptualizing "social volume" as being "inversely proportional to the sum of all charges of the actors" of the social system. [1]
In hmolscience, social volume is the geometrical region, spatial area (i.e. "volume"), delineated by a boundary, of a given social system, society, or social entity under study.

Overview
In 2009, Dutch social mathematician Cornelis Hoede was theorizing about “social volume” in a physics and chemist perspective; a snippet depiction of which is shown adjacent. [1]

References
1. Hoede, Cornelis. (1990). Social Atoms (social volume, pg. 63). Fac., Univ.

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