Repeated dynamic quantization

Yuri A. Rylov

Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russian Academy of Sciences
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Updated May 14, 2004


In conventional quantum mechanics the quantum particle is a special object, whose properties are described by special concepts and quantum principles. The quantization is a special procedure, which is accompanied by introduction of special concepts, and this procedure cannot be repeated. In the model conception of quantum phenomena (MCQP) the quantum particle is a partial case of a stochastic particle, and the quantum dynamics is a special case of the stochastic particle dynamics. In MCQP the quantization is a dynamical procedure, where a special quantum term is added to the Lagrangian of the statistical ensemble of (classical) particles. This procedure can be repeated many times, because it is not accompanied by introduction of new concepts. It is very convenient from the formal viewpoint, because the set of dynamic quantizations forms a one-parameter group, which allows one to separate the dynamical and statistical (stochastic) properties.

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