Space Time Geometry and Quantum Events

Ignazio Licata (Editor)
ISEM, PA, Italy & School of Advanced International Studies on Theoretical and non Linear Methodologies of Physics, Bari, Italy

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI057000

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It is well-known that the fundamental problem in contemporary theoretical physics is the “pacific coexistence” between General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics. The scenarios of the explorable relationships between classical space-time and quantum land are various: the geometrodynamic one (by a proper extension of geometry), the stochastic fractal one (defining a middle land mediated by QFT-like hypotheses), the emergent one (from a physical viewpoint, by the collective behaviours of discrete entities, which mathematically means that the geometry derives from an algebraic structure of events). This anthology includes some of the most significant voices on the problem of the possible relations between the space-time dynamics and the quantum networks of events. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1 - Space-Time Geometry and Quantum Events (pp. 1-10)
Ignazio Licata (ISEM, PA, and Advanced International Studies on Theoretical and Non Linear Methodologies of Physics, Bari, Italy)

Chapter 2 - The Transaction as a Quantum Concept (pp. 11-44)
Leonardo Chiatti (AUSL VT Medical Physics Laboratory, Viterbo, Italy)

Chapter 3 - Stochastic Foundation of Quantum Mechanics and the Origin of Particle Spin (pp. 45-154)
L. Fritsche and M. Haugk (Institut fur Theoretische Physikder Technischen Universitat Clausthal, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany and others)

Chapter 4 - Fractal Space-Time as an Underlying Structure of the Standard Model (pp. 155-174)
Ervin Goldfain (Photonics CoE, Welch Allyn Inc., Skaneateles Falls, NY, US)

Chapter 5 - Relativity of Scales, Fractal Space and Quantum Potentials (pp. 175-196)
Laurent Nottale (CNRS, LUTH, Paris Observatory and Paris-Diderot University, France)

Chapter 6 - Three Possible Implications of Space-Time Discreteness (pp. 197-214)
Shan Gao (Institute for the History of Natural Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China)

Chapter 7 - Quantum Computing Space-Time (pp. 215-228)
P. A. Zizzi (Department of Brain and Behavioural Sciences, University of Pavia, Piazza Botta, Pavia, Italy)

Chapter 8 - Metric Gauge Fields in Deformed Special Relativity (pp. 229-248)
Roberto Mignani, Fabio Cardone and Andrea Petrucci (Dipartimento di Matematicae Fisica, Sezione di Fisica Universita degli Studi ”Roma Tre”, Rome, Italy and others)

Chapter 9 - Non-Local Granular Space-Time Foam as an Ultimate Arena at the Planck Scale (pp. 249-276)
Davide Fiscaletti (SpaceLife Institute, San Lorenzo in Campo (PU), Italy)

Chapter 10 - Structural Approach to the Elementary Particle Theory (pp. 277-317)
Yuri A. Rylov (Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 11 - Forming Physical Fields and Pseudometric and Metric Manifolds. Noncommutativity and Discrete Structures in Classical and Quantum Physics (pp. 316-336)
L. I. Petrova (Moscow State University, Russia)

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