Bohmian insights into quantum chaos

Philosophy of Science 67 (3):445 (2000)
Abstract
The ubiquity of chaos in classical mechanics (CM), as opposed to the situation in standard quantum mechanics (QM), might be taken as speaking against QM being the fundamental theory of physical phenomena. Bohmian mechanics (BM), as a formulation of quantum theory, may clarify both the existence of chaos in the quantum domain and the nature of the classical limit. Two interesting possibilities are (i) that CM and classical chaos are included in and underwritten by quantum mechanics (BM) or (ii) that BM and CM simply possess a common region of (noninclusive) overlap. In the latter case, neither CM nor QM alone would be sufficient, even in principle, to account for all of the physical phenomena we encounter. In this talk I shall summarize and discuss the implications of some recent work on chaos and on the classical limit within the framework of BM
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Alexandre Matzkin & Vanessa Nurock (2008). Classical and Bohmian Trajectories in Semiclassical Systems: Mismatch in Dynamics, Mismatch in Reality? Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 39 (1):17-40.

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