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Introduction

My main scientific interest and activities : (1) investigating a new concept of fuzzy numbers and their usability and need for mathematical physics * (2) investigating a new particle model which allows a deeper understanding of quantum physical phenomenons and of stability of particles and nuclei, and in particular an understanding of what causes the decay of nuclei at all * (3) tracing and removing fundamental flaws of dogmatic QM/QFT and of traditional continuous space-time structures.

## Publications

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In contrast to the widely held opinion that the Mach-Zehnder phenomenon is one of the quantum physical phenomenons which cannot be explained in the context of classical physical theories, a purely classical qualitative explanation of the Mach-Zehnder phenomenon is sketched, which requires some assumptions about the nature of the photon.

It is shown how a smooth motion of the center of charge of an extended particle having a dipole-like fluctuating charge distribution can be described approximately in terms of the notions of 'proximity density' and complex-valued 'proximity amplitude'. This description is involved with an approximation procedure which is based on a particular time-...

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The metrical concept of Gauss proximity in 3-dimensional affine Euclidean space is introduced. ... As an application of the notion of Gauss proximity the foundation of a modified quantum mechanics is sketched. ...
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Das metrische Konzept der Gauss-Proximität...

A numerical curiosity of the proton-electron mass ratio is presented which leads to an approximate algebraic expression for this ratio in terms of three primes 2 and 3 and 20261 and pi.

In the present thesis we present by the example of the because of its formal details mostly surveyable local nonlinear field, the Klein-Gordon-Maxwell field, a procedure, by which time-independent soliton solutions of the field equations become numerical accessible on such an alternative way: we expand the potential formally in its arguments and co...

The extended (2*2) algorithm is supplemented by a variation procedure which improves the convergence rate of the algorithm.

The method of moments for self-adjoint operators provides an algorithm for determining its low lying eigenvalues and corresponding eigenvectors. The formal structure of this algorithm is completely identical to the Lanczos algorithm when it is formally extended to self-adjoint operators. The algorithm can be used to obtain the exact low lying energ...

An iterative method which determines the low-lying eigenvalues of a Hermitian operator defined in a finite-dimensional vector space is extended to a specific type of unbounded Hermitian operator defined in a Hilbert space. As an illustrative numerical example the extended algorithm has been applied to the quantum mechanical harmonic oscillator prob...

An algorithm is proposed for solving the problem of projecting the Hamiltonian onto a finite dimensional subspace in such a way that the groundstate of the projected Hamiltonian represents an optimalized approximation to the groundstate of the full (unprojected) Hamiltonian and simultaneously for obtaining the groundstate of the projected Hamiltoni...

Two iterative algorithms for calculating low lying eigenvalues of a Hamiltonian are presented.

An iterative method which may under certain circumstances be an alternative to the Lanczos (1958) method has been investigated. The main properties of this scheme are discussed and a small numerical example is presented.

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demonstrating a way how to setup a physical theory which is able to describe "dynamical" properties of tiny physical objects such that (1) ontological problems involved with the continuum limit of "time" are circumvented and (2) traditional QM can be replaced by a QM-like deterministic theory which basically results from classical field theory

finding a way to setup a theory which is able to describe some "dynamical" properties of physical objects basically by means of topological notions of "space"

It will be demonstrated that the two concepts of "composite" "elementary" particle and "magnetic charge" of it's constituents allow a new understanding of the origin and meaning of it's quantized "spin".
If an ELEMENTARY PARTICLE is considered as a COMPOSITE OBJECT of some constituents, which carry a MAGNETIC CHARGE, a relationship can be setup between the magnetic moment of the composite elem. particle and the magnetic charge of it's constituents. This allows to define and understand the SPIN of an elem. particle IN TERMS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC NOTIONS, in addition or as an alternative to the traditional idea of some alleged "intrinsic" angular momentum caused by some alleged motion of the elem. particle's constituents with respect to the elem. particle's center of energy. Poles of electric charge and poles of magnetic charge give rise to DIPOLE MOMENTS of the composite object. If these dipole moments OSCILLATE DISCONTINUOUSLY in a particular manner, then this kind of motion is related to the typical QUANTIZATION OF SPIN AND ANGULAR MOMENTUM, which are usually stated due to results (1) of a measurement process of FINITE NON-ZERO DURATION and (2) of traditional ideas of the physics of atomic spectral lines.and of some of the ill-defined dogmatic arguments of QM.