Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russian Academy of Sciences
Updated October 27, 2005
Quantum systems are dynamic systems restricted by the principles of quantum mechanics (linearity of dynamic equations, linear transformation of the wave function etc.). One suggests to investigate the quantum systems simply as dynamic systems, ignoring the quantum principles and constraints imposed by them. Such dynamic methods of investigation appear to be more adequate and effective, than the conventional quantum methods of investigation. Using these methods, which ignore the quantum principles, one can overcome the principal problem of quantum field theory: join of nonrelativistic quantum principles with the relativity principles. Investigation of dynamic system, described by the Schroedinger equation, admits one to prove that the Copenhagen interpretation is incompatible with quantum mechanics formalism. Besides, it is shown that sometimes the application of quantum principles leads to incorrect results.
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