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I have n objects with different masses . Say mass of n1=m1, n2=m2 .... so on. I want to use concept of centrality in physics to arrange these objects in a field (computer simulation ) . Where object with biggest mass occupy the center and above it all the other objects .

Is it correct to define the centrality as the mass here? I need some ideas or reading resources to do so. Thank you in advance for your precious help.

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  • $\begingroup$ What is the force field? gravity? $\endgroup$ – patta May 23 at 14:10
  • $\begingroup$ Force field . Like attraction and repulsion . $\endgroup$ – Paulo May 23 at 14:11
  • $\begingroup$ @patta you can say gravity field, yes. $\endgroup$ – Paulo May 23 at 14:55
  • $\begingroup$ I don't know if it's just me (hopefully), but I can't get what concept of centrality is. Could you give more explanations? $\endgroup$ – Helen May 23 at 21:15
  • $\begingroup$ @Helen hi, By centrality I mean the object with the highest mass should be in the center of the field the others also should arrange themselves according to their mass . Form example if the m1 is the object with highest mass, m2 is the object with second highest mass, then m1 is first to locate itself in the field and m2 above it . Now if m3 mass is bigger than m1 , then m3 should repulse m1 and take its position, so that always the first , say level , or shell , or center is occupied by the object with highest mass . $\endgroup$ – Paulo May 23 at 21:22