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Physics  1999 

Quantum mechanics in the K-Field formalism: the basic principles of geometrization

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The basic principles of the quantum mechanics in the K-field formalism are stated in the paper. The basic distinction of this theory arises from that the quantum theory equations (including well-known Schrodinger, Klein-Gordon and quadratic Dirac equations) are obtained from de Broglie postulate geometric generalization. Rather, they are obtained as the free wave equations on a manifold metrizing force interactions of particles. Such view on the quantum theory basic equations allows one to use semiclassical models for the quantum system simulation. The quantization principle modifies as well. Namely, quantum system stationary conditions are such conditions, at which test particles motion is Lyapunov stable.


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