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I have just noticed the following information written in
Japanese.
http://www.soc.nii.ac.jp/jps/shinsainews/kokaisite.pdf
Yesterday I noticed
that
Φ[χ(□-ε)]-Φ[χ]=∫dt[χ(□-ε)-χ](t)δ/δχ(t)Φ[χ]
=-ε∫dt
χ'(t)δ/δχ(t)Φ[χ]
by thinking of a horizontal shift of χ as infinite
vertical variations.
Probably this is not a new idea.
But by
using this formula, I suppose that the new grammar version of Schrödinger
equation:
(ih／2πα) lim_{ε→0}
(1／ε)(Φ[χ(□-ε)]－Φ[χ])
＝∫dt[(1／2m)(－ih／2πα)^2(δ／δχ(t))^2＋V(χ(t))]Φ[χ]
is
to be reduced to the following
equation.
-(ih／2πα)χ'(t)δ/δχ(t)Φ[χ]
＝[(1／2m)(－ih／2πα)^2(δ／δχ(t))^2＋V(χ(t))]Φ[χ]
This
is a new idea.
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Last edited at
2011/04/04/16:55JST
The following
information has become invalid because the 66th JPS Annual Meeting has
been canceled.
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ID: 25aGC-1
Title: A
Probability Interpretation of New Grammar Version of Quantum
Theory
Language: JapanesePlace: Niigata University (Ikarashi Campus) Room GC
Time:
2011/03/25/09:00-09:15(JST)
Presenter: Yuichi Uda
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ID:
28aEB-11
Title: A Blind Point of Explaining the Clebsch-Gordan
Coefficients
Language: JapanesePlace: Niigata University (Ikarashi Campus) Room EB
Time:
2011/03/28/11:45-12:00(JST)
Presenter: Yuichi
Uda
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Last edited at
2011/03/17/11:37JST