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Titel: Stochastic Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Spacetime: A Consistent Unification of Relativity and Quantum Theory Based on Stochastic Spaces
Autor/en: Margaret Prugovecki

ISBN: 902771617X
EAN: 9789027716170
A Consistent Unification of Relativity and Quantum Theory Based on Stochastic Spaces.
'Fundamental Theories of Physics'.
Auflage 1984.
Sprache: Englisch.
Springer, Berlin

31. Januar 1984 - gebunden - 328 Seiten

The principal intent of this monograph is to present in a systematic and self-con­ tained fashion the basic tenets, ideas and results of a framework for the consistent unification of relativity and quantum theory based on a quantum concept of spacetime, and incorporating the basic principles of the theory of stochastic spaces in combination with those of Born's reciprocity theory. In this context, by the physicial consistency of the present framework we mean that the advocated approach to relativistic quantum theory relies on a consistent probabilistic interpretation, which is proven to be a direct extrapolation of the conventional interpretation of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics. The central issue here is that we can derive conserved and relativistically convariant probability currents, which are shown to merge into their nonrelativistic counterparts in the nonrelativistic limit, and which at the same time explain the physical and mathe­ matical reasons behind the basic fact that no probability currents that consistently describe pointlike particle localizability exist in conventional relativistic quantum mechanics. Thus, it is not that we dispense with the concept oflocality, but rather the advanced central thesis is that the classical concept of locality based on point­ like localizability is inconsistent in the realm of relativistic quantum theory, and should be replaced by a concept of quantum locality based on stochastically formulated systems of covariance and related to the aforementioned currents.
I: Stochastic Quantum Mechanics.- 1 / Nonrelativistic Stochastic Quantum Mechanics.
- 1.1 Stochastic Values and Stochastic Phase Spaces.
- 1.2. Sharp Localizability and Systems of Imprimitivity.
- 1.3. Stochastic Localizability and Systems of Co variance.
- 1.4. Phase-Space Representations of the Galilei Group.
- 1.5. Localizability in Nonrelativistic Stochastic Phase Spaces.
- 1.6. Stochastic Phase-Space Systems of Covariance.
- 1.7. Resolution Generators and Gauge Freedom in Stochastic Phase Spaces.
- 1.8. Stochastic Probability Currents and Their Sharp-Point Limits.
- 1.9. Propagators in Nonrelativistic Stochastic Phase Spaces.
- 1.10. Quantum Stochastic Processes and Phase-Space Path Integrals.
- 1.11. Semiclassical Propagators in Stochastic Phase Spaces.
- 1.12. The Physical Nature and the Measurement of Proper Wave Functions and of Stochastic Position and Momentum.- Notes.- 2 / Relativistic Stochastic Quantum Mechanics.
- 2.1. The Nonexistence of Relativistic Probability Currents at Sharp Space time Points.
- 2.2. The Unfeasibility of Sharp Localization in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics.
- 2.3. Phase-Space Representations of the Poincaré Group.
- 2.4. Resolution Generators and Relativistic Phase-Space Representations.
- 2.5. Localizability in Relativistic Stochastic Phase Spaces.
- 2.6. Systems of Covariance in Relativistic Stochastic Phase Spaces.
- 2.7. Relativistic Canonical Commutation Relations and Gauge Freedom.
- 2.8. Relativistically Covariant and Conserved Probability and Charge Currents.
- 2.9. Propagators in Relativistic Stochastic Phase Spaces.
- 2.10. Relativistic Extended Quantum Particles in External Electromagnetic Fields.- Notes.- 3 / Statistical Mechanics on Stochastic Phase Spaces.
- 3.1. Phase-Space Representations of Quantum Statistical Mechanics.
- 3.2. Informational Equivalence and Completeness of POV Measures.
- 3.3. Generalized Stochastic Phase-Space Systems of Covariance.
- 3.4. Classical and Quantum Mechanics in L2 (?N).
- 3.5. Classical and Quantum Statistical Mechanics in Master Liouville Space ?(?N).
- 3.6. Quantum Observables as Density Distributions on Stochastic Phase Spaces.
- 3.7. Unified Formulations of Classical and Quantum Boltzmann Equations and Scattering Cross-Sections.- Notes.- II: Quantum Spacetime.- 4 / Reciprocity Theory and the Geometrization of Stochastic Quantum Mechanics.
- 4.1. The Operational Foundations of Special and General Relativity.
- 4.2. Coordinate Fluctuation Amplitudes for Coherent Flows of Quantum Test Particles.
- 4.3. Quantum Lorentz Frames and Minkowski Quantum Spacetime.
- 4.4. General Quantum Spacetimes and Stochastic Geometries.
- 4.5. Reciprocity Theory and Born's Quantum Metric Operator.
- 4.6. Unitary Internal Symmetries and Generalized Representations of Relativistic Canonical Commutation Relations.- Notes.- 5 / Field Theory on Quantum Spacetime.
- 5.1. Free Scalar Fields on Minkowski Quantum Spacetime.
- 5.2. LSZ Formalism and Causality on Quantum Spacetime.
- 5.3. Lagrangian Field Theory on Quantum Spacetime.
- 5.4. Dirac Bispinors and Free Fields on Quantum Spacetime.
- 5.5. Photon Localizability and the Electromagnetic Field on Quantum Spacetime.
- 5.6. Reciprocally Invariant Quantum Electrodynamics for Extended Fermions.- Notes.- Appendix A / Elements of Measure Theory.- Appendix B / Elements of Operator Theory on Hilbert Spaces.- Notes.- References.
`It is a book which should certainly be included in any library collection on quantum mechanics, and perhaps in the personal libraries of those who are interested in more than standard presentations.' The Australian Physicist (July 1985)

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