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Journal: Nonlinear Science Letters A
(ISSN 2519-9072(Online), ISSN 2076-2275 (Print))          Vol. 1 No. 1
Nonlinear Dynamics in Quantum World
Ciann-Dong Yang    
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics NationalCheng Kung University, Tainan 701, Taiwan, China
FAX: 886-6-2084377, Email:cdyang@mail.ncku.edu.tw
Abstract: Quantum mechanics is an experimental science defined in the real world, but understanding the how and the why of quantum mechanics requires a viewpoint from the complex space. It may be said that quantum mechanics is intrinsicallya complex-valued nonlinear science. The complex space is where a quantum motion takes place; while the real space is where we take the measurement of the motion. Quantum mechanics lays out the distribution and the evolution of the measurement data, while the complex-valued mechanics to be introduced here governs the quantum motion in the complex space before it is measured. In the complex space, quantum motions are deterministic so that all the methods of nonlinear analysis can be applied. The projection of the complex-valued motion into the real space recovers andreconfirms the observations obtained from the measurement data.

Keywords: Quantum Mechanics, Nonlinear Dynamics, Complex-Valued Mechanics

Biographical Notes: C. D. Yang is a Professor at National Cheng Kung University. He has published more than75 articles inISI-listedjournals, the total citation is 389 and H-index is 12.His current research interest is the development of the complex-valued mechanics, which is a rigorous physical realization of the Yin-Yang duality in Tai-Chi, providing a unified approach to classical mechanics, quantum mechanics and relativistic mechanics under the complex space.

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