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Time Discreteness & Wave Function Aliasing

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The conditions of arising and some effects of physical phenomenon that may be found in the process of observing high energy particles are considered in this work. This phenomenon is consequence of time discreteness. When the repetition frequency of a particle discrete state proves to be commensurable with its own frequency (energy), the aliasing effect of its wave function may take place. The wave function aliasing limits the particle energy spectrum giving rise to the uninvestigated abnormal modes of movement. In view of the fact the discreteness of particle states at a time is a prerequisite for aliasing, the effect under consideration, in case of its experimental verification, may serve a proof of this discreteness.


International Frontier Science Letters (Volume 1)
A. Zaslavsky, "Time Discreteness & Wave Function Aliasing", International Frontier Science Letters, Vol. 1, pp. 28-40, 2014
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