3 years ago

HoloQuantum Network Theory.

Alireza Tavanfar

The complete general fundamental theory of the dynamical hypergraphs whose all mathematical structures are quantized, HoloQuantum Network Theory, is originally defined and formulated based upon a unique system of nine principles. HoloQuantum Networks are the quantum states of a (0+1) dimensional purely-information-theoretic quantum many body system, made of a complete set of the distinctively-interacting qubits of the absences-or-presences, which formulate the most complete unitary evolutions of the most general superpositions of the arbitrarily-structured hypergraphs. All the defining interactions and the complete total Hamiltonian of the quantum many body system of HoloQuantum Network Theory are uniquely obtained upon realizing the dynamical hypergraphical well-definedness by all the `cascade operators', the quantum-hypergraphical isomorphisms, the U(1) symmetry for the global-phase redundancies of the multi-qubit wavefunctions, the minimally broken symmetry of the qubits-equal-treatment, a Wheelerian maximal-randomness, and the `covariant completeness'. By the axiomatic definition and construction of the theory, HoloQuantum Networks are `all' the time-dependent purely-information-theoretic wavefunctions, and mixed states, of every in-principle-realizable quantum many body system of the arbitrarily-chosen quantum objects and their arbitrarily-chosen quantum relations. Being so, we propose HoloQuantuam Network Theory as the most-fundamental most-complete form-invariant `it-from-qubit' theory of `All Quantum Natures'.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.05286

DOI: arXiv:1801.05286v1

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