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Derivation of the Generalized Time-independent Schrodinger Equation. The New Stochastic Quantum Mechanics: Think and calculate

  title={Derivation of the Generalized Time-independent Schrodinger Equation. The New Stochastic Quantum Mechanics: Think and calculate},
  author={Mikhail Batanov-Gaukhman},
The aim of the article is to obtain a stochastic equation that describes the averaged state of a chaotically wandering particle, regardless of its size. As a result of an analysis it was obtained the integral of the averaged action of a chaotically wandering particle in the coordinate representation. The resulting integral turned out to be a functional of the wave function ψ(x,y,z,t) (92). The stochastic Euler-Poisson equations (102) was found by the calculus of variations, the solutions of… 

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