Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

Can the External Directed Edges of a Complete Graph Form a Radially Symmetric Field at Long Distance?

Authors: S. Halayka

Using a numerical method, the external directed edges of a complete graph are tested for their level of fitness in terms of how well they form a radially symmetric field at long distance (e.g., a test for the inverse square law in 3D space). It is found that the external directed edges of a complete graph can very nearly form a radially symmetric field at long distance if the number of graph vertices is great enough.

Comments: 7 Pages. Added reference McDonald JR, Miller WA. Coupling Non-Gravitational Fields with Simplicial Spacetimes

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Submission history

[v1] 31 Mar 2010
[v2] 2 Apr 2010
[v3] 5 Apr 2010
[v4] 9 May 2010
[v5] 11 May 2010
[v6] 20 May 2010
[v7] 26 May 2010
[v8] 30 May 2010

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