Selected External References

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Listed here for convenience are publications of which we are aware that may be relevant to build on in developing the Wolfram Physics Project. This is for published papers and books, or arXiv entries, except under exceptional circumstances.

Mathematical Issues

Potentially Connected Models

Models with features that may inform or be informed by our models

    Causal Sets etc.

    • J. Ambjørn, M. Carfora and A. Marzuoli (1997), The Geometry of Dynamical Triangulations, Springer.
    • J. Ambjørn, J. Jurkiewicz and R. Loll (2009), “Quantum Gravity, or the Art of Building Spacetime”, in Approaches to Quantum Gravity, D. Oriti (ed.), Cambridge U Press, 341–59. arXiv:hep-th/0604212.
    • L. Bombelli, J. Lee, D. Meyer and R. D. Sorkin (1987), “Space-time as a Causal Set”, Phys Rev Lett 59, 521–24. doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.59.521.
    • L. Crane (2008), “Model Categories and Quantum Gravity”. arXiv:0810.4492.
    • F. Dowker (2006), “Causal Sets as Discrete Spacetime”, Contemp Phys 47, 1–9. doi:10.1080/17445760500356833.
    • R. Loll (2001), “Discrete Lorentzian Quantum Gravity”, Nucl Phys B 94, 96–107. arXiv:hep-th/0011194.
    • F. Markopoulou (2000), “The Internal Description of a Causal Set: What the Universe Looks Like from the Inside”, Commun Math Phys 211, 559–83. doi:10.1007/s002200050826.
    • nLab authors (2010), “Discrete Causal Spaces”, The nLab, ncatlab.org/nlab/show/Discrete+causal+spaces.

    Other Mathematical Structures

    • V. R. Pratt (1994), “Chu Spaces: Automata with Quantum Aspects”, Proceedings Workshop on Physics and Computation. PhysComp ’94, IEEE, 186–95. doi:10.1109/PHYCMP.1994.363682.

Physical Formalisms

Physical Implications

Computational Formalisms