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Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (2)

The hydrogen atom: consideration of the electron self-field. (arXiv:2101.02202v1 [quant-ph]) 上午9:31 | Leon V. Biguaa, Vladimir V. Kassandrov | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org We substantiate the need for account of the proper electromagnetic field of the electron in the canonical problem of hydrogen in relativistic quantum mechanics. From mathematical viewpoint, the goal is equivalent to determination of the spectrum of… Read more →

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Intrinsic quantum coherence in particle oscillations. (arXiv:2012.14866v1 [hep-ph]) 上午8:59 | Anca Tureanu | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org The quantum field theoretical description of coherence in the oscillations of particles, especially neutrinos, is a standing problem in particle physics. In this talk, several inconsistencies of the standard approach to particle oscillations will be explained, and how they are resolved in a… Read more →

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Quantum Ontology without Speculation 下午5:30 | Philsci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited. Egg, Matthias (2020) Quantum Ontology without Speculation. [Preprint] Refining the general comparison theorem for Klein-Gordon equation. (arXiv:2012.13008v1 [math-ph]) 上午9:10 | Richard L. Hall, Hassan Harb | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org By recasting the Klein–Gordon equation as an eigen-equation in the coupling parameter $v > 0,$ the basic… Read more →

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Nuclear clocks for testing fundamental physics. (arXiv:2012.09304v1 [quant-ph]) 上午10:22 | E. Peik, T. Schumm, M. S. Safronova, A. Pálffy, J. Weitenberg, P. G. Thirolf | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org The low-energy, long-lived isomer in $^{229}$Th, first studied in the 1970s as an exotic feature in nuclear physics, continues to inspire a multidisciplinary community of physicists. Using the nuclear resonance frequency,… Read more →

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A no-go theorem for Quantum theory ontological models. (arXiv:2012.05712v1 [quant-ph]) 上午9:28 | Tung Ten Yong | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org In this paper, we show that Quantum Mechanics does not admit ontological models, in the sense that the quantum state of a system cannot correspond to a set of physical states representing the independent reality of the system. We show,… Read more →

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Nonlinear climate dynamics: From deterministic behavior to stochastic excitability and chaos 上午10:02 | ScienceDirect Publication: Physics ReportsScienceDirect RSShttps://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/physics-reportsRSS for NodeTue, 23 Jul 2019 10:02:48 GMTCopyright © 2019 Elsevier B.V. All rights reservedRapid solidification as non-ergodic phenomenonPublication date: 20 July 2019Source: Physics Reports, Volume 818Author(s): P.K. Galenko, D. JouAbstractRapid solidification is a relevant physical phenomenon in material sciences, whose theoretical analysis… Read more →

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Noisy Deductive Reasoning: How Humans Construct Math, and How Math Constructs Universes 2020年11月26日 星期四 下午6:22 | Philsci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited. Wolpert, David H. and Kinney, David (2020) Noisy Deductive Reasoning: How Humans Construct Math, and How Math Constructs Universes. [Preprint] On the status of quantum tunneling times 2020年11月26日 星期四 下午6:20 | Philsci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date… Read more →

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Predictability, Distinguishability and Entanglement. (arXiv:2011.08210v1 [quant-ph]) 上午8:59 | Tabish Qureshi | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org Recent times have seen a spurt of research activity focused on “completing” certain wave-particle duality relations using entanglement or polarization. These studies use a duality relation involving path-predictability, and not path-distinguishability. Quantum origins of these results are explored here, in the more general framework of… Read more →

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Objective trajectories in hybrid classical-quantum dynamics. (arXiv:2011.06009v1 [quant-ph]) 上午9:32 | Jonathan Oppenheim, Carlo Sparaciari, Barbara Šoda, Zachary Weller-Davies | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org Consistent dynamics which couples classical and quantum degrees of freedom exists, provided it is stochastic. This provides a way to study the back-reaction of quantum fields on space-time which does not suffer from the pathologies of the… Read more →

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Statistics on Lefschetz thimbles: Bell/Leggett-Garg inequalities and the classical-statistical approximation. (arXiv:2011.02657v1 [hep-th]) 上午10:08 | Zong-Gang Mou, Peter Millington, Paul M. Saffin, Anders Tranberg | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org Inspired by Lefschetz thimble theory, we treat Quantum Field Theory as a statistical theory with a complex Probability Distribution Function (PDF). Such complex-valued PDFs permit the violation of Bell-type inequalities, which cannot… Read more →

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How do I introduce Schr\”odinger equation during the quantum mechanics course?. (arXiv:2010.15589v1 [physics.ed-ph]) 上午10:31 | T. Mart | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org In this paper I explain how I usually introduce the Schr\”odinger equation during the quantum mechanics course. My preferred method is the chronological one. Since the Schr\”odinger equation belongs to a special case of wave equations I start… Read more →