A New Multidimensional Graphical Approach for Mathematics and Physics

Malaysian Journal of Sciences (MJS). Year 2012. Vol. 31(2): 175-198

24 Pages Posted: 24 Jun 2011 Last revised: 26 Apr 2013

Date Written: June 23, 2011

Abstract

This research proposes a serial of new mathematic and physics theoretical framework under a multidimensional focus. The main objective of this paper is to motivate scientists in various areas to use multidimensional coordinate spaces to complement the 2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional coordinate systems. Additionally, this paper is divided into two large sections that is the mathematic and physics section respectively. Finally, these two sections will be sectioned into eight different elemental theoretical frameworks. The mathematic section is divided into five elemental theoretical frameworks: (i) the idea on zero and infinity in multidimensional coordinate systems; (ii) the megasfinity; (iii) multidimensional partial differentiation; (iv) possibility of plotting matrices on multidimensional coordinate systems; and (v) the global crisis smash graphic effect model (GCSGE-Model). The physics section is divided into three elemental theoretical frameworks: (i) the theory of empty spaces; (ii) the mega time-space continuum; (iii) the Megasverses.

Keywords: Multidimensional graphs, multidimensional graphical modeling, multidimensional coordinate spaces

JEL Classification: C00, C01, C02

Suggested Citation

Ruiz Estrada, Mario Arturo, A New Multidimensional Graphical Approach for Mathematics and Physics (June 23, 2011). Malaysian Journal of Sciences (MJS). Year 2012. Vol. 31(2): 175-198. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1870764 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1870764

Mario Arturo Ruiz Estrada (Contact Author)

Universidad San Carlos de Guatemala (USAC) ( email )

Ciencias Economicas, Ciudad Universitaria Zona 12
Guatemala City, Guatemala City
Guatemala

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