The philosophical and analytical silhouette of quantum mechanics can only take shape against a background of classical mechanics. As classical mechanics has undergone a radical reappraisal with the discovery of deterministic chaos and fractals, then quantum mechanics must be looked at again from the viewpoint of nonlinear dynamics. This book does just that, not solely from the point of view of quantum chaos, but also by looking at the hidden chaotic roots of quantum mechanics. Several of the contributions included in the book are concerned with the geometrization of physics and its consequences for quantum mechanics. Besides the main theme of the book, other equally interesting interpretations are represented, including the cellular automaton version of quantum mechanics and a radical endophysical interpretation: another contribution looks at the possibility of chaos in Einstein's fundamental equations. Some of the papers presented here are destined to be the subject of debate, agreement and passionate disagreement for some time.Analogy for the suppression of interference by measurementa four points chaos game Next, let us use instead of the ... Suppose we use a four letter DNA code of say some enzyme, in randomizing our choice of the four points chaos game.
|Title||:||Quantum Mechanics, Diffusion and Chaotic Fractals|
|Author||:||Mohammed S. El Naschie|