Minimal Length, Measurability and Gravity†
AbstractThe present work is a continuation of the previous papers written by the author on the subject. In terms of the measurability (or measurable quantities) notion introduced in a minimal length theory, first the consideration is given to a quantum theory in the momentum representation. The same terms are used to consider the Markov gravity model that here illustrates the general approach to studies of gravity in terms of measurable quantities. View Full-Text
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Shalyt-Margolin, A. Minimal Length, Measurability and Gravity. Entropy 2016, 18, 80.
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Shalyt-Margolin, Alexander. 2016. "Minimal Length, Measurability and Gravity." Entropy 18, no. 3: 80.
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