On the Dynamical Nature of Nonlinear Coupling of Logarithmic Quantum Wave Equation, Everett-Hirschman Entropy and Temperature

  title={On the Dynamical Nature of Nonlinear Coupling of Logarithmic Quantum Wave Equation, Everett-Hirschman Entropy and Temperature},
  author={Konstantin G. Zloshchastiev},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Naturforschung A},
  pages={619 - 628}
Abstract We study the dynamical behavior of the nonlinear coupling of a logarithmic quantum wave equation. Using the statistical mechanical arguments for a large class of many-body systems, this coupling is shown to be related to temperature, which is a thermodynamic conjugate to the Everett-Hirschman’s quantum information entropy. A combined quantum-mechanical and field-theoretical model is proposed, which leads to a logarithmic equation with variable nonlinear coupling. We study its… 
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