Contents: Complementarity in
Quantum Mechanics and
Classical Statistical Mechanics; The Physical Nature of Wave/Particle Duality: The Bicomplex Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle: Correspondence, Time, Energy,
Uncertainty, Tunnelling, and
Collapse of Probability Densities; Anisotropic Kepler Problem and Critical Level Statistics; Theory of Elementary Particles
Based on Newtonian Mechanics; Better Unification for Physics in General
Through Quantum Mechanics in Particular: Nonrelativistic Quantum Mechanics
with Fundamental Environment; Non Commutative Quantum Mechanics
in Time - Dependent Backgrounds; Quantum Mechanics and Statistical
Description of Results of Measurement; Application of the
Nikiforov-Uvarov Method in Quantum Mechanics; Solutions for Time-Dependent Schrödinger
Equations with Applications to Quantum Dots: The Group Theory and Non-Euclidean
Superposition Principle in Quantum Mechanics; The Pancharatnam-Berry Phase:
Theoretical and Experimental Aspects; Bohmian Trajectories and
the Path Integral Paradigm –
Complexified Lagrangian Mechanics; A Fully Quantum Model of Big Bang: Spontaneous Supersymmetry Breaking,
Localization and Nicolai Mapping in Matrix Models; Correspondences of Scale Relativity
Theory with Quantum Mechanics; Approximate Solutions of the Dirac Equation for
the Rosen-Morse Potential in the Presence of the
Spin-Orbit and Pseudo-Orbit Centrifugal Terms; Quantum Mechanics Entropy and a
Quantum Version of the H-Theorem; Correction, Alignment, Restoration and
Re-Composition of Quantum Mechanical Fields of
Particles by Path Integrals and Their Applications;The ‘Computational Unified Field Theory’
(CUFT): Harmonizing Quantum and
Relativistic Models and Beyond;Theoretical Validation of the
Computational Unified Field Theory (CUFT); |