Symmetry Principle in Dynamical Conserved Topology

Authors: Zhipeng Lin

Dynamical conserved topology(DCT) has conserved number of nodes and links’ ends, its nodes can exchange with other nodes, its links’ ends can transferred from one node to another, and its links can rotate between nodes. Through analyzing their symmetry properties, we can get the detail behavior of DCT, which can be simulated by computer with my program. And by comparing with space with 3 dimensions or 26 dimensions as string theory, we can get its CPT properties, which can be evidence of the theory.

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