Time and frequency interpretation of the wave function

In 2017 in the journal “Bulletin of the Russian Philosophical Society” was published a paper by Maxim G. Godarev-LozovskyTime and frequency interpretation of the wave function.” In this article, the author refers to the research by Vasily Yanchilin: page 110 and page 111 (the paper of Vasily Yanchilin in References)

Quotation, which discusses the theory by Vasily Yanchilin:

Page 110:

The principle of temporality leads to a frequency interpretation of the wave function: with the help of a mathematical space, the wave function describes the relative frequency of visiting an individual particle at a given moment in time of various points of real space. V. Yanchilin assumed that this frequency for each particular point of the cloud where the particle is likely to be detected is proportional to the square of the modulus of the wave function. He showed that a one-to-one mapping is possible between points of an arbitrarily small time interval and points of any volume of space that are not contiguous to each other.

Page 111:

This is possible in such a way that the microobject simultaneously and repeatedly visits all coordinates where it is likely to be detected. This particle visits one point less often, the other points it visits more often or at the same frequency [3]. In this case, the movement of a microobject can be described by a discontinuous Dirichlet function.

Τhe last principle, which follows from the initial one, will be denoted as the principle of indistinguishability of identical particles: the wave functions of individual particles can be mixed, the particles can become physically indistinguishable, but not identical. Indeed, being in different connections and relations, two indistinguishable, identical particles are ontologically not identical to each other, even though the wave functions describing them can coincide.

References

1. Godarev-Lozovsky M.G. Theory of space and motion. // Fundamental problems of natural science and technology. Ser. Problems in the study of the Universe. Proceedings of the Congress. 2016. St. Petersburg., 2016, p. 94-102.

2. Kolychev P.M. “Relativistic ontology and relativistic quantum physics” Philosophy of physics. Materials of the scientific conference. 17 -18 June 2010, M., URSS, 2010, p. 80-82.

3. Yanchilin V.L. Uncertainty, gravity, space. Chapter 6. The new interpretation of quantum mechanics. M. URSS, 2012, p. 100-117.

Godarev-Lozovsky M.G., co-chairman of St. Petersburg Department of Russian Philosophical Society. E-mail: godarev-lozovsky@yandex.ru

Время и частотная интерпретация волновой функции

Godarev-Lozovsky Maxim Grigorievich

He was born on June 3, 1957, in Leningrad (Saint Petersburg). He graduated from the International School of Philosophy.

Since 1997 he is the member of the Russian Philosophical Society; since 1998 he is the permanent director of the St. Petersburg Philosophical Club; in 2002-2004 he is the leader of the seminar at the State Marine Technical University; since 2004 he is the head of the section of amateur philosophy at the annual Days of Petersburg Philosophy. From 2004 to 2010 he is the leader of the same-name seminar at the Department of Philosophy of St. Petersburg State University. In 2011-2012 he is the leader of the seminar at Russian State Pedagogical University. From 2012 to 2016, a seminar led by M.G. Godarev-Lozovsky was held at Russian Christian Humanitarian Academy. Since 2017, the seminar has been held at the Smolny Institute of Russian Academy of Education. He participates at various scientific conferences and congresses. He created the Seminar on Philosophical Problems of Modern Quantum Mechanics (currently the seminar is held on the basis of the Department of Philosophy of St. Petersburg State University). He is the Deputy Chairman of the International Scientific Congress “Fundamental Problems of Science and Technology.” Since 2015, he is co-chairman of the St. Petersburg branch of the Russian Philosophical Society.

In 1998 he organized the St. Petersburg Philosophical Club, engaged in scientific research in the field of philosophy of physics, the philosophy of natural science, the systematization of scientific and religious knowledge.

In 2008 he proposed the concept of deterministic infinity (the paper was published at St. Petersburg State University). In 2010 he created the theory of deterministic infinity.

In 2015, he proposed a theory of physical space and motion.

In 2013-2014 years he was the author and host of the program “Paradoxes of Science” on the television channel VOT.

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