Relation between relativisitic quantum mechanics and

Phys Rev E 51 (5):5151-5154 (1995)
The objective of this report is twofold. In the first place it aims to demonstrate that a four-dimensional local U(1) gauge invariant relativistic quantum mechanical Dirac-type equation is derivable from the equations for the classical electromagnetic field. In the second place, the transformational consequences of this local U(1) invariance are used to obtain solutions of different Maxwell equations.
Keywords Philosophy of physics  Nature of quantum and classical distiction
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