TY - JOUR
AU - Batanov-Gaukhman, Mikhail
PY - 2024
DA - 2024/06/26
TI - Development of the Stochastic Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics by E. Nelson. Derivation of the Schrödinger-Euler-Poisson Equations
JO - Recent Progress in Materials
SP - 014
VL - 06
IS - 02
AB - The article aims to develop the stochastic interpretation of quantum mechanics by E. Nelson based on balancing the intra-systemic contradiction (i.e., antisymmetry) between “order” and “chaos”. For the set task, it is proposed to combine two mutually opposite system-forming principles: “the principle of least action” and “the principle of maximum entropy” into one, the “principle of averaged efficiency extremum”. In a detailed consideration of the averaged states of a chaotically wandering particle, the time-independent (stationary) and time-dependent stochastic Schrödinger-Euler-Poisson equations are obtained as conditions for finding the extremals of the globally averaged efficiency functional of the stochastic system under study. The resulting stochastic equations coincide with the corresponding Schrödinger equations up to coefficients. In this case, the ratio of the reduced Planck constant to the particle mass is expressed through the averaged characteristics of a three-dimensional random process in which the considered wandering particle participates. The obtained stochastic equations are suitable for describing the quantum states of stochastic systems of any scale.
SN - 2689-5846
UR - https://doi.org/10.21926/rpm.2402014
DO - 10.21926/rpm.2402014
ID - Batanov-Gaukhman2024
ER -