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The Notion of a Random Gauge and its Interpretation

By John E Gray

Abstract

We introduce the concept of a random gauge. We propose two distinct types of random gauge that can be defined based on the concept of phase noise in scattering theory. In the context of quantum physics, we discuss a variety of possible realizations of this concept that can be connected to various Aharonov-other effects and make some connections with relativity as well.Comment: To Appear in SPIE Proceeding

Topics: Quantum Physics, Mathematical Physics
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:arXiv.org:1103.3100
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