A subverse is a simple type of verse in which there are a finite number of possible positions that objects can be in. This is typically a verse with quantised and discrete space. Usually they will be finite in size but not necessarily. Verses modeled on finite pixels or a finite state machine are examples of subverses. They can also be considered as being multi-pointverses, since each position can be considered to be a single pointverse which are then connected according to the geometry of the subverse. The positions inside a subverse can exist along any number of spacial dimensions. If they all exist along a line there will be a single dimension, they can form a shape in two dimensions like a square or even more complex shapes in larger numbers of dimensions. The minimum number of positions needed for the subverse to exist in n dimensions is equal to n+1. There is no maximum number of positions for a certain number of dimensions as they could very well be infinite. This way a subverse can be classified as a verse of any dimensionality. Although a line of discrete and well defined points is usually seen as a 0 dimensional shape, as is the case with the natural line, it can also be seen as a discrete 1 dimension which is a better way of looking at what a subverse is. == Types of Subverse == * Null subverse - The trivial case corresponds to a subverse with 0 possible positions which is identical to any other universe with no positions inside it, which corresponds to the -1 dimensional nullverse. * Unary subverse - The simplest proper subverse, comprising a single possible position and existing in 0 dimensions. This corresponds to a pointverse. * Binary subverse - The simplest nontrivial subverse, consists of two positions which could be denoted and begin and end that are both directly adjacent to each other.

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