Hans H. Diel
Problems and Possible Solutions with the Development of a Computer Model of Quantum Theory
221 - 225
2013
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International Journal of Nuclear and Quantum Engineering
https://publications.waset.org/pdf/7648
https://publications.waset.org/vol/74
World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
A computer model of Quantum Theory (QT) has been
developed by the author. Major goal of the computer model was
support and demonstration of an as large as possible scope of QT.
This includes simulations for the major QT (Gedanken) experiments
such as, for example, the famous doubleslit experiment.
Besides the anticipated difficulties with (1) transforming exacting
mathematics into a computer program, two further types of problems
showed up, namely (2) areas where QT provides a complete mathematical
formalism, but when it comes to concrete applications the
equations are not solvable at all, or only with extremely high effort;
(3) QT rules which are formulated in natural language and which do
not seem to be translatable to precise mathematical expressions, nor
to a computer program.
The paper lists problems in all three categories and describes also
the possible solutions or circumventions developed for the computer
model.
Open Science Index 74, 2013