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Non-linear wave mechanics : a causal interpretation

Author: Louis de Broglie
Publisher: Amsterdam; New York : Elsevier Pub. Co., 1960.
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Broglie, Louis de, 1892-1987.
Non-linear wave mechanics.
Amsterdam, New York, Elsevier Pub. Co., 1960
(OCoLC)656176560
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis de Broglie
OCLC Number: 10505307
Notes: Translation of Une tentative d'interprétation causale et non linéaire de la mécanique ondulatoire.
Description: xi, 304 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. I. The basic ideas and the standard purely probabilistic interpretation of wave mechanics. The basic ideas of wave mechanics --
The Hamiltonian approach to wave mechanics (the analogy between analytical mechanics and geometrical optics) --
First principles relative to the probabilistic interpretation of [psi] waves --
A general view of the probabilistic interpretation of wave mechanics --
Various aspects of the probabilistic interpretation of wave mechanics --
Objections to the purely probabilistic interpretation of wave mechanics --
pt. II. The theory of the double solution. Introduction and program --
Principles of the theory of the double solution --
The dynamics of the particle in the causal theory --
A few consequences of the guidance formula --
The transition from single-particle wave mechanics to the wave mechanics of particle systems --
The probabilistic significance of [psi]² and its justification --
Pauli's objections to the theory of the pilot-wave --
Bohm's theory of measurement and the statistical schema of the causal theory --
The extension of the ideas of the double solution to Dirac's theory of the electron --
The structure of the u wave and its relation to the [psi] wave --
Wave-trains and the reduction of the probability packet --
Stationary states, quantum transitions and the conservation of energy --
Summary and conclusion.
Other Titles: Tentative d'interprétation causale et non linéaire de la mécanique ondulatoire.
Responsibility: by Louis de Broglie ; translated by Arthur J. Knodel and Jack C. Miller.

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