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Open Problems in the Universal Graph Theory

Rodriguez, Marko A.

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  <dc:creator>Rodriguez, Marko A.</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>The universal graph is a theoretical construct capturing the idea that every aspect of reality can be modeled as a graph composed of vertices and edges and, as such, reality is a graph. From the physical world of atoms, people, and galaxies to the mental planes of thoughts, words, and knowledge, there exists a universal graph hosting all such structures. While this idea is enticing, there are still strides to be made in coming to terms with a reality that is not composed of atoms bound by spacetime, but instead, a graph composed of vertices united by edges. This letter presents three open problems in our understanding of the universal graph.</dc:description>
  <dc:subject>graph databases, graphs, TinkerPop, Gremlin, graph theory, graph computing, philosophy of graphs</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Open Problems in the Universal Graph Theory</dc:title>


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