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Many, perhaps most textbooks of quantum mechanics present a Copenhagen, single system angle; fewer present the subject matter as an instrument for treating ensembles, but the two methods have been silently coexisting since the mid-Thirties. Quantum Reprogramming resolves this long-standing dichotomy by examining the mutual relation between single systems and ensembles, assigning each its own tools for treating the subject at hand: . Schrödinger-Dirac methods for ensembles versus period integrals for single systems.

Series: Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 18. Quantum reprogramming Preface The vein of discussion in this book may be said to be predicated b.

Series: Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 181. File: PDF, . 8 MB. オンラインで書籍を読む. Quantum reprogramming. Boston studies in the philosophy of science. Preface The vein of discussion in this book may be said to be predicated by one overriding major conc1usion. It is the conviction that progress in work on quantum fundamentals cannot be forthcoming as long as the Schroedinger equation is taken to be equal1y applicable to single systems as to ensembles. The removal of this mostly "silent" dichotomy pervading quantum interpretation is a principal objective of this collection of essays.

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We are often told that quantum phenomena demand radical revisions of our scientific world view and that no physical theory describing well defined objects.

Quantum Reprogramming : Ensembles and Single Systems - A Two-Tier Approach to Quantum Mechanics. Many, perhaps most textbooks of quantum mechanics present a Copenhagen, single system angle; fewer present the subject matter as an instrument for treating ensembles, but the two methods have been silently coexisting since the mid-Thirties. This lingering dichotomy of purpose for a major physical discipline has much shrouded further insights into the foundations of quantum theory.

In quantum mechanics, the h + 0 limit picks out classical physics

In statistical mechanics the temperature is a measure of the statistical fluctuations in a system, while in quantum mechanics ti is a measure of the quantum fluctuations (through the uncertainty principle). In quantum mechanics, the h + 0 limit picks out classical physics. In particular, as fi + 0 the classical trajectory for a particle moving in a potential V(x) becomes the only path that contributes to the transition amplitude Zfi, fluctuations are completely suppressed. These points allow for a one-to-one correspondence between doing quantum mechanics in imaginary time and statistical mechanics on a real crystal lattice.

Many, perhaps most textbooks of quantum mechanics present a Copenhagen, single system angle; fewer present the subject matter as an instrument for treating ensembles, but the two methods have been silently coexisting since the mid-Thirties. This lingering dichotomy of purpose for a major physical discipline has much shrouded further insights into the foundations of quantum theory. Quantum Reprogramming resolves this long-standing dichotomy by examining the mutual relation between single systems and ensembles, assigning each its own tools for treating the subject at hand: i.e., Schrödinger-Dirac methods for ensembles versus period integrals for single systems. A unified treatment of integer and fractional quantum Hall effects and a finite description of the electron's anomalies are mentioned as measures of justification for the chosen procedure of resolving an old-time dichotomy. The methods of presentation are, in part, elementary, with repetitive references needed to delineate differences with respect to standard methods. The parts on period integrals are developed with a perspective on elementary methods in physics, thus leading up to some standard results of de Rham theory and algebraic topology. Audience: Students of physics, mathematics, philosophers as well as outsiders with a general interest in the conceptual development of physics will find useful reading in these pages, which will stimulate further inquiry and study.