Lin Hsin Hsin Unified Theory of Graph

Announcing new theorem

The Lin Hsin Hsin Graph Theorem

Unified Theory of Graph (UTG)

In mathematics, a Unified Theory of Graph (UTG) is a type of graph theory that allows all that is thought of as fundamental entities and primary properties of graph to be written in terms of nodes and edges both in the physical and digital world.

The goal of UTG may concern all types of entities in the physical world where it reveals the natural principles of connectivity and correspondence between entities at rest or in transit for every occurrence of an interaction between entities instantiated event.

Therefore, with the scalar, vector or tensor potentials, each vertex-edge pair and/or their reciprocal opponent, can be projected to and communicated from this conjugate pairs, in magnitude with variable components, regardless of their respective coordinate sets.

Because a graph is incepted and operated under either physical or virtual primacy of an or manifold respectively and simultaneously, each point in the space appears as a conjugate function of the graph field.

The postulation of the UTG has led to structure Spacegraph Protocol (SGP) and the construct of Graph Virtual Machine -- a State Virtual Machine (SVM) or Graph Virtual Machine (GVM) that powers SGP and its deployment to all Dapps in Blockchain 3.0