A Path Integral Approach to Current

@inproceedings{MarchewkaAPI,
  title={A Path Integral Approach to Current},
  author={Avi Marchewka and Z. Schuss}
}
Discontinuous initial wave functions or wave functions with discontintuous derivative and with bounded support arise in a natural way in various situations in physics, in particular in measurement theory. The propagation of such initial wave functions is not well described by the Schrödinger current which vanishes on the boundary of the support of the wave function. This propagation gives rise to a uni-directional current at the boundary of the support. We use path integrals to define current… CONTINUE READING

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