Special Issue "Beyond Quantum Physics, and Computation"
A special issue of Mathematics (ISSN 2227-7390).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2017).
Interests: neutrosophic probability; neutrosophic statistics; neutrosophic algebraic structures; plithogenic set; unmatter; superluminal physics; paradoxism; quantum paradoxes
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Special Issue in Stats: Neutrosophic Statistics and Its Applications
Special Issue in Information: Neutrosophic Information Theory and Applications
Special Issue in Axioms: Neutrosophic Multi-Criteria Decision Making
Special Issue in Symmetry: Algebraic Structures of Neutrosophic Triplets, Neutrosophic Duplets, or Neutrosophic Multisets
Special Issue in Axioms: Neutrosophic Topology
Special Issue in Symmetry: New types of Neutrosophic Set/Logic/Probability, Neutrosophic Over-/Under-/Off-Set, Neutrosophic Refined Set, and their Extension to Plithogenic Set/Logic/Probability, with Applications
Special Issue in Entropy: Information Theories Based on Belief Functions for Decision-Making Support
Special Issue in Symmetry: New Development of Neutrosophic Probability, Neutrosophic Statistics, Neutrosophic Algebraic Structures, and Neutrosophic & Plithogenic Optimizations
Interests: neutrosophic physics; included middle principle; astrophysics; cosmology; quantum fluid; gravitation theories; link between condensed matter/superfluidity and cosmology; Cantor sets; infinite space; matter and spirit unity; dialogue between cosmology and spirituality
We wish to publish a number of carefully-edited papers in a Special Issue dedicated to efforts to go beyond canonical Quantum Physics.
Our considerations are as follows:
After more than nine decades since the birth of Quantum Mechanics (QM), there are many experiments that seem to suggest that QM is limited; for example, there are experiments suggesting the violation of HUP. Therefore, it appears timely to seek new approaches, be they theoretical, experimental, or numerical, which hint towards a new and better understanding of the nature beyond canonical Quantum Physics. For example, we should seek a more consistent and realistic description of electrons, protons and the interference of light, both classically and quantum mechanically.
Prof. Dr. Florentin Smarandache
Dr. Victor Christianto
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classical model of hydrogen/helium,
classical model of deuterium,
beyond quantum mechanics,
classical-quantum formal correspondence,
Matrix Maxwell equations,
wave particle duality and paradox,
physical interpretation of quantum wave function,
hydrodynamics interpretation of wave function,
interpretation of Wilson Chamber experiment
De Broglie’s matter wave postulate
Violation of Heisenberg Uncertainty relation