In 2013, a paper by Evgeny Valerievich Koveshnikov from the Ussuriisk State Pedagogical Institute entitled Universality of the Principle of Least-Action in Nature was published in conference papers Applied Sciences in Europe: tendencies of contemporary development (Germany, April 21, 2013). In this paper, the author discusses the theory by Vasily Yanchilin (page 172, References – page 174).
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Evgeny Koveshnikov: assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Physics and Teaching Science
Moreover, the principle of least action was discovered in quantum mechanics. This is what the founder of its third interpretation, the Russian physicist Vasily Yanchilin, notes, “A motion of a particle is a wave motion described by a wave Ψ-function. A wave moves such a way that the phase difference at the end and the beginning of the path is minimal. Since the action varies in proportion to the phase, this leads to the fact that the particle moves along a trajectory, which corresponds to the smallest action S”. Thus, natural economy is inherent in both macro and microcosm.
5Yanchilin, VL. Uncertainty, gravitation, space. [Text] / V.L. Yanchilin. – Moscow: Editorial URSS, 2003. – 248 p. c. 125.
Yanchilin, VL. Uncertainty, gravitation, space. [Text] / VL. Yanchilin. – Moscow: Editorial URSS, 2003. – 248 p.
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