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  1. Weyling the Time Away: The Non-Unitary Implementability of Quantum Field Dynamics on Curved Spacetime.Aristidis Arageorgis, John Earman & Laura Ruetsche - 2002 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 33 (2):151-184.
    The simplest case of quantum field theory on curved spacetime—that of the Klein–Gordon field on a globally hyperbolic spacetime—reveals a dilemma: In generic circumstances, either there is no dynamics for this quantum field, or else there is a dynamics that is not unitarily implementable. We do not try to resolve the dilemma here, but endeavour to spell out the consequences of seizing one or the other horn of the dilemma.
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  2. QCD in the Infrared with Exact Angular Integrations.D. Atkinson & J. C. R. Bloch - unknown
    In a previous paper we have shown that in quantum chromodynamics the gluon propagator vanishes in the infrared limit, while the ghost propagator is more singular than a simple pole. These results were obtained after angular averaging, but in the current paper we go beyond this approximation and perform an exact calculation of the angular integrals. The powers of the infrared behaviour of the propagators are changed substantially. We find the very intriguing result that the gluon propagator vanishes in the (...)
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  3. Infrared and Ultraviolet Coupling in Qcd.David Atkinson - unknown
    The coupled Dyson-Schwinger equations for the gluon and ghost propagators in QCD are shown to have solutions that correspond to a unique running coupling that has a nite infrared xed point and the expected logarithmic decrease in the ultraviolet. The infrared coupling is large enough to support chiral symmetry breaking and quarks are not con ned, but they cannot be isolated.
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  4. Quantum Field Theories in Classical Spacetimes and Particles.Jonathan Bain - 2010 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 42 (2):98-106.
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  5. Quantum Information Processing, Operational Quantum Logic, Convexity, and the Foundations of Physics.Howard Barnum - 2003 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 34 (3):343-379.
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  6. Interpreting the Quantum World. Jeffrey Bub.Jeffrey Barrett - 2000 - Isis 91 (1):188-189.
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  7. Richard L. Amoroso is a Theoretical Physicist and Noeticist. He is the Director of the Noetic Advanced Studies Institute, California, and of the Quantum Computing Research Laboratory, Veszprem University, Hungary. The Author of More Than 30 Books, 200 Academic Papers and Chapters in Five Languages, He Holds Four US Patents on Quantum Computing and Related Medical Technologies. [REVIEW]James E. Beichler - 2012 - In Ingrid Fredriksson (ed.), Aspects of Consciousness: Essays on Physics, Death and the Mind. Mcfarland & Co.. pp. 217.
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  8. Duffin–Kemmer–Petiau Particles Are Bosons.A. F. Bennett - 2016 - Foundations of Physics 46 (9):1090-1108.
    The parametrized Duffin–Kemmer–Petiau wave equation is formulated for many relativistic particles of spin-0 or spin-1. The first-quantized formulation lacks the fields of creation and annihilation operators which satisfy commutation relations subject to causality conditions, and which are essential to the Quantum Field Theoretic proof of the spin-statistics connection. It is instead proved that the wavefunctions for identical particles must be symmetric by extension of the nonrelativistic argument of Jabs. The causal commutators of Quantum Field Theory restrict entanglement to separations of (...)
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  9. Quantum Chemistry and the Quantum Revolution.Gal BenPorat & Sam Schweber - 2015 - In Ana Simões, Jürgen Renn & Theodore Arabatzis (eds.), Relocating the History of Science. Springer Verlag.
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  10. Remote State Preparation for Quantum Fields.Ran Ber & Erez Zohar - 2016 - Foundations of Physics 46 (7):804-814.
    Remote state preparation is generation of a desired state by a remote observer. In spite of causality, it is well known, according to the Reeh–Schlieder theorem, that it is possible for relativistic quantum field theories, and a “physical” process achieving this task, involving superoscillatory functions, has recently been introduced. In this work we deal with non-relativistic fields, and show that remote state preparation is also possible for them, hence obtaining a Reeh–Schlieder-like result for general fields. Interestingly, in the nonrelativistic case, (...)
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  11. A Comparison Between Models of Gravity Induced Decoherence.Sayantani Bera, Sandro Donadi, Kinjalk Lochan & Tejinder P. Singh - 2015 - Foundations of Physics 45 (12):1537-1560.
    It has been suggested in the literature that spatial coherence of the wave function can be dynamically suppressed by fluctuations in the spacetime geometry. These fluctuations represent the minimal uncertainty that is present when one probes spacetime geometry with a quantum probe. Two similar models have been proposed, one by Diósi and one by Karolyhazy and collaborators, based on apparently unrelated minimal spacetime bounds. The two models arrive at somewhat different expressions for the dependence of the localization coherence length on (...)
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  12. Soliton Coupling Driven by Phase Fluctuations in Auto-Parametric Resonance.Binder Bernd - unknown
    In this paper the interaction of sine-Gordon solitons and mediating linear waves is modelled by a special case of auto-parametric resonance, the Rayleigh-type self-excited non-linear autonomous system driven by a statistical phase gradient related to the soliton energy. Spherical symmetry can stimulate "whispering gallery modes" (WGM) with integral coupling number M=137.
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  13. Bosonization and Iterative Relations Beyond Field Theories.Bernd Binder - unknown
    Solitons can be well described by the Lagrange formalism of effective field theories. But usually mass and coupling constants constitute phenomenological dimensions without any relation to the topological processes. This paper starts with a two-spinor Dirac equation in radial symmetry including vector Coulomb and scalar Lorentz potentials, and arrives after bosonization at the sine-Gordon equation. The keys of non-perturbative bosonization are in this case topological phase gradients (topological currents) that can be balanced in iterative processes providing for coupling constants driven (...)
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  14. Geometric Phase Locked in Fine Structure.Bernd Binder - unknown
    Berry's phase carries physical information coded as topological and geometrical objects that can be directly verified in measurements. In some cases the situation can be reduced to an irrational phase shift, that can be usually obtained by an iterative process. Take the Berry phase as the geometric object and let the iterative process be a non-linear phase-locked feedback mechanism defined by spin-orbit coupling and precession, a coupling of fast and slow rotating vectors. For spin-orbit coupling the realization is easy and (...)
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  15. Josephson Effect, Bäcklund Transformations, and Fine Structure Coupling.Bernd Binder - unknown
    It is shown, that the geometric phase evolution within M circularly and toroidally arranged virtual Josephson junctions (coupled discrete impedance system) can be described by the integrable case of Baecklund transformations. The phase gradient of a junction is induced by a pseudospherical curvature. The internal phase difference and external bias is mediated by sine-Gordon solitons that provide for internal and external coupling. The idealized soliton resonance or feedback condition corresponds to an oscillator potential (Long Josephson Junction LJJ condition) that can (...)
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  16. Topological Phase Fields, Baecklund Transformations, and Fine Structure.Bernd Binder - unknown
    Quantum coupling is defined by comparing the evolution of an input to an output phase, where the phase is evolving on a curved pseudospherical surface. The difference given by interference obeys a single-valuedness condition since the output phase is coupling back to the input phase. We arrive at B\"acklund transforms and corresponding sine-Gordon soliton equation. The idealized resonance or feedback condition corresponds to an oscillator potential that can be mapped by projective geometry to Coulomb coupling, where the effective coupling strength (...)
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  17. Splitting the Source Term for the Einstein Equation to Classical and Quantum Parts.T. S. Biró & P. Ván - 2015 - Foundations of Physics 45 (11):1465-1482.
    We consider the special and general relativistic extensions of the action principle behind the Schrödinger equation distinguishing classical and quantum contributions. Postulating a particular quantum correction to the source term in the classical Einstein equation we identify the conformal content of the above action and obtain classical gravitation for massive particles, but with a cosmological term representing off-mass-shell contribution to the energy–momentum tensor. In this scenario the—on the Planck scale surprisingly small—cosmological constant stems from quantum bound states having a Bohr (...)
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  18. Free Quantum Field Theory From Quantum Cellular Automata.Alessandro Bisio, Giacomo Mauro D’Ariano, Paolo Perinotti & Alessandro Tosini - 2015 - Foundations of Physics 45 (10):1137-1152.
    After leading to a new axiomatic derivation of quantum theory, the new informational paradigm is entering the domain of quantum field theory, suggesting a quantum automata framework that can be regarded as an extension of quantum field theory to including an hypothetical Planck scale, and with the usual quantum field theory recovered in the relativistic limit of small wave-vectors. Being derived from simple principles, the automata theory is quantum ab-initio, and does not assume Lorentz covariance and mechanical notions. Being discrete (...)
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  19. Theories of Space-Time in Modern Physics.Luciano Boi - 2004 - Synthese 139 (3):429 - 489.
    The physicist's conception of space-time underwent two major upheavals thanks to the general theory of relativity and quantum mechanics. Both theories play a fundamental role in describing the same natural world, although at different scales. However, the inconsistency between them emerged clearly as the limitation of twentieth-century physics, so a more complete description of nature must encompass general relativity and quantum mechanics as well. The problem is a theorists' problem par excellence. Experiment provide little guide, and the inconsistency mentioned above (...)
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  20. Theories of Space-Time in Modern Physics.Luciano Boi - 2004 - Synthese 139 (3):429 - 489.
    The physicist's conception of space-time underwent two major upheavals thanks to the general theory of relativity and quantum mechanics. Both theories play a fundamental role in describing the same natural world, although at different scales. However, the inconsistency between them emerged clearly as the limitation of twentieth-century physics, so a more complete description of nature must encompass general relativity and quantum mechanics as well. The problem is a theorists' problem par excellence. Experiment provide little guide, and the inconsistency mentioned above (...)
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  21. Why the Quantum?Jeffrey Bub - 2004 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 35 (2):241-266.
  22. Dynamical Mean-Field Theory: From Quantum Impurity Physics to Lattice Problems.R. Bulla - 2006 - Philosophical Magazine 86 (13-14):1877-1889.
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  23. On Multi-Dimensional Time.Mario Bunge - 1958 - British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 9 (33):39.
  24. Classical Versus Quantum Ontology.P. Busch - 2002 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 33 (3):517-539.
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  25. Renormalization for Philosophers.Jeremy Butterfield & Nazim Bouatta - unknown
    We have two aims. The main one is to expound the idea of renormalization in quantum field theory, with no technical prerequisites. Our motivation is that renormalization is undoubtedly one of the great ideas—and great successes--of twentieth-century physics. Also it has strongly influenced in diverse ways, how physicists conceive of physical theories. So it is of considerable philosophical interest. Second, we will briefly relate renormalization to Ernest Nagel's account of inter-theoretic relations, especially reduction. One theme will be a contrast between (...)
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  26. Non-Minimal Coupling of the Higgs Boson to Curvature in an Inflationary Universe.Xavier Calmet, Iberê Kuntz & Ian G. Moss - 2018 - Foundations of Physics 48 (1):110-120.
    In the absence of new physics around \ GeV, the electroweak vacuum is at best metastable. This represents a major challenge for high scale inflationary models as, during the early rapid expansion of the universe, it seems difficult to understand how the Higgs vacuum would not decay to the true lower vacuum of the theory with catastrophic consequences if inflation took place at a scale above \ GeV. In this paper we show that the non-minimal coupling of the Higgs boson (...)
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  27. Reductionism, Emergence, and Effective Field Theories.Elena Castellani - 2002 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 33 (2):251-267.
  28. Local Causality in a Friedmann-Robertson-Walker Spacetime.Joy Christian - unknown
    A local, deterministic, and realistic model within a Friedmann-Robertson-Walker spacetime with constant spatial curvature is presented which describes simultaneous measurements of the spins of two fermions emerging in a singlet state from the decay of a spinless boson. Exact agreement with the probabilistic predictions of quantum theory is achieved in the model without data rejection, remote contextuality, superdeterminism, or backward causation. An event-by-event numerical simulation of the model is presented, which confirms our analytical results with the accuracy of 4 in (...)
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  29. The Stationary Dirac Equation as a Generalized Pauli Equation for Two Quasiparticles.Nikolay L. Chuprikov - 2015 - Foundations of Physics 45 (6):644-656.
    By analyzing the Dirac equation with static electric and magnetic fields it is shown that Dirac’s theory is nothing but a generalized one-particle quantum theory compatible with the special theory of relativity. This equation describes a quantum dynamics of a single relativistic fermion, and its solution is reduced to solution of the generalized Pauli equation for two quasiparticles which move in the Euclidean space with their effective masses holding information about the Lorentzian symmetry of the four-dimensional space-time. We reveal the (...)
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  30. Making the Case for Causal Dynamical Triangulations.Joshua H. Cooperman - forthcoming - Foundations of Physics:1-17.
    The aim of the causal dynamical triangulations approach is to define nonperturbatively a quantum theory of gravity as the continuum limit of a lattice-regularized model of dynamical geometry. My aim in this paper is to give a concise yet comprehensive, impartial yet personal presentation of the causal dynamical triangulations approach.
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  31. Topics in Fields and Solids.C. Alton Coulter - 1968 - New York: Gordon and Breach, Science Publishers.
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  32. An Inhomogeneous Space–Time Patching Model Based on a Nonlocal and Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation.Christine C. Dantas - 2016 - Foundations of Physics 46 (10):1269-1292.
    We consider an integrable, nonlocal and nonlinear, Schrödinger equation as a model for building space–time patchings in inhomogeneous loop quantum cosmology. We briefly review exact solutions of the NNSE, specially those obtained through “geometric equivalence” methods. Furthemore, we argue that the integrability of the NNSE could be linked to consistency conditions derived from LQC, under the assumption that the patchwork dynamics behaves as an integrable many-body system.
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  33. Confirmation Via Analogue Simulation: What Dumb Holes Could Tell Us About Gravity.Radin Dardashti, Karim P. Y. Thébault & Eric Winsberg - 2017 - British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 68 (1).
    In this article we argue for the existence of ‘analogue simulation’ as a novel form of scientific inference with the potential to be confirmatory. This notion is distinct from the modes of analogical reasoning detailed in the literature, and draws inspiration from fluid dynamical ‘dumb hole’ analogues to gravitational black holes. For that case, which is considered in detail, we defend the claim that the phenomena of gravitational Hawking radiation could be confirmed in the case that its counterpart is detected (...)
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  34. Can the Causal Paradoxes of Qm Be Explained in the Framework of Qed?György Darvas - 2009 - Foundations of Science 14 (4):273-280.
    Attemts to explain causal paradoxes of Quantum Mechanics (QM) have tried to solve the problems within the framework of Quantum Electrodynamics (QED). We will show, that this is impossible. The original theory of QED by Dirac (Proc Roy Soc A117:610, 1928) formulated in its preamble four preliminary requirements that the new theory should meet. The first of these requirements was that the theory must be causal. Causality is not to be derived as a consequence of the theory since it was (...)
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  35. Conceptual Aspects of Gauge/Gravity Duality.Sebastian De Haro, Daniel R. Mayerson & Jeremy N. Butterfield - 2016 - Foundations of Physics 46 (11):1381-1425.
    We give an introductory review of gauge/gravity duality, and associated ideas of holography, emphasising the conceptual aspects. The opening sections gather the ingredients, viz. anti-de Sitter spacetime, conformal field theory and string theory, that we need for presenting, in Sect. 5, the central and original example: Maldacena’s AdS/CFT correspondence. Sections 6 and 7 develop the ideas of this example, also in applications to condensed matter systems, QCD, and hydrodynamics. Sections 8 and 9 discuss the possible extensions of holographic ideas to (...)
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  36. Quantum VI Leucade.Franz De Ruyt - 1944 - Revue Belge de Philologie Et D’Histoire 23 (1):246-250.
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  37. How Not to Establish the Non-Renormalizability of Gravity.Juliusz Doboszewski & Niels Linnemann - forthcoming - Foundations of Physics:1-16.
    General relativity cannot be formulated as a perturbatively renormalizable quantum field theory. An argument relying on the validity of the Bekenstein–Hawking entropy formula aims at dismissing gravity as non-renormalizable per se, against hopes that d-dimensional GR could turn out to have a non-perturbatively renormalizable d–dimensional quantum field theoretic formulation. In this note we discuss various forms of highly problematic semi-classical extrapolations assumed by both sides of the debate concerning what we call The Entropy Argument, and show that a large class (...)
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  38. Geometrie Und Materie — Ist Einsteins Vision Übertragbar Auf Die Elementarteilchenphysik?Wolfgang Drechsler - 1984 - Journal for General Philosophy of Science / Zeitschrift für Allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie 15 (1):1-21.
    Summary The philosophical implications associated with the choice of a particular geometry required for the formulation of a dynamics at subnuclear distances are discussed. A dualism between geometry and matter — the former identified with a fiber bundle of Cartan type raised over space-time, the latter represented by a generalized quantum mechanical wave function — is presented as a possible framework for the dynamics of strongly interacting particles at distances of 10-13 cm.
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  39. The Theory of Quantum Gravitation and the Theory of Relativity.Jan Dubnicka - 2011 - Filozofia 66 (4):325-335.
    The theory of quantum gravitation, which is designed to unite the general relativity with the quantum field theory into one consistent theory, raises several major problems. The paper examines the limitations posed by general relativity on the efforts to create an ontological basis of the quantum theory of gravitation, which the latter ought to accept. It concerns mainly problems arising from relating the new field theory with the gravitational field in the general theory of relativity, the problems of the autonomy (...)
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  40. The Physics of Quantum Information: Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Teleportation, Quantum Computation.Armond Duwell - 2003 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 34 (2):331-334.
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  41. Canonical Quantization of a Massive Weyl Field.Maxim Dvornikov - 2012 - Foundations of Physics 42 (11):1469-1479.
    We construct a consistent theory of a quantum massive Weyl field. We start with the formulation of the classical field theory approach for the description of massive Weyl fields. It is demonstrated that the standard Lagrange formalism cannot be applied for the studies of massive first-quantized Weyl spinors. Nevertheless we show that the classical field theory description of massive Weyl fields can be implemented in frames of the Hamilton formalism or using the extended Lagrange formalism. Then we carry out a (...)
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  42. Complex Energies in Relativistic Quantum Theory.James D. Edmonds Jr - 1974 - Foundations of Physics 4 (4):473-479.
    A new four-component spin-1/2 wave equation for ordinary mass is discussed. It is shown that this equation has a conserved current not easily identified with a transition probability, only pure imaginary energy states, and is covariant. A tachyon-like Klein-Gordon equation is satisfied by this equation, but rest states are explicitly constructed.
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  43. Relativistic Theory of Meson-Nucleon Scattering.S. F. Edwards & P. T. Matthews - 1957 - Philosophical Magazine 2 (16):467-472.
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  44. Classical Analogs of Unitarily Equivalent Hamilton Operators.Berthold-Georg Englert - 1998 - Foundations of Physics 28 (3):375-384.
    A unitary transformation replaces the given description of a quantum system by an equivalent one. It is observed, however, that not all members of a set of unitarily equivalent Hamilton operators are equally well suited for identifying the corresponding classical systems. A criterion is proposed for recognizing the privileged representatives of the set. A few explicit examples are reported that show the criterion at work.
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  45. Hamiltonian Description and Quantization of Dissipative Systems.Charles P. Enz - 1994 - Foundations of Physics 24 (9):1281-1292.
    Dissipative systems are described by a Hamiltonian, combined with a “dynamical matrix” which generalizes the simplectic form of the equations of motion. Criteria for dissipation are given and the examples of a particle with friction and of the Lotka-Volterra model are presented. Quantization is first introduced by translating generalized Poisson brackets into commutators and anticommutators. Then a generalized Schrödinger equation expressed by a dynamical matrix is constructed and discussed.
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  46. Hole Theory and Quantum Electrodynamics in an Unknown Manuscript in French by Ettore Majorana.S. Esposito - 2007 - Foundations of Physics 37 (7):1049-1068.
  47. Klein's Paradox in a Four-Space Formulation of Dirac's Equation.A. B. Evans - 1991 - Foundations of Physics 21 (6):633-647.
    A 4-space formulation of Dirac's equation gives results formally identical to those of the usual Klein paradox. However, some extra physical detail can be inferred, and this suggests that the most extreme case involves pair production within the potential barrier.
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  48. Supersymmetric Duality in Deformed Superloop Space.Mir Faizal & Tsou Sheung Tsun - 2015 - Foundations of Physics 45 (11):1421-1432.
    In this paper, we will analyse the superloop space formalism for a four dimensional supersymmetric Yang–Mills theory in deformed superspace. We will deform the \ superspace by imposing imposing non-anticommutativity. This non-anticommutative deformation of the superspace will break half the supersymmetry of the original theory. So, this theory will have \ supersymmetry. We will analyse the superloop space duality for this deformed supersymmetric Yang–Mills theory using the \ superspace formalism. We will demonstrate that the sources in the original theory will (...)
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  49. Relativistic Many-Body Systems: Evolution-Parameter Formalism. [REVIEW]John R. Fanchi & Weldon J. Wilson - 1983 - Foundations of Physics 13 (6):571-605.
    The complexity of the field theoretic methods used for analyzing relativistic bound state problems has forced researchers to look for simpler computational methods. Simpler methods such as the relativistic harmonic oscillator method employed in the description of extended hadrons have been investigated. They are considered phenomenological, however, because they lack a theoretical basis. A probabilistic basis for these methods is presented here in terms of the four-space formulation of relativistic quantum mechanics (FSF). The single-particle FSF is reviewed and its physical (...)
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  50. The Projection Problem and the Symmetries of Physics: On the Possibility of the Scientific Realist Case.Harvey Fields - unknown
    Dr Harvey Fields, of Czech origin, trained in physics in the US and published several papers on plasma physics in the 1960s. In the late 1970s, he obtained a PhD in history and philosophy of science at Tel Aviv University. After moving to the UK, Dr Fields was Karl Popper's research assistant from 1979 to 1982. In the decade prior to his sudden death in July 2006, he was a regular and active participant at the weekly Philosophy of Physics research (...)
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