# On the energy increase in space-collapse models

@article{Bassi2005OnTE, title={On the energy increase in space-collapse models}, author={Angelo Bassi and Emiliano Ippoliti and Bassano Vacchini}, journal={Journal of Physics A}, year={2005}, volume={38}, pages={8017-8038} }

A typical feature of spontaneous collapse models which aim at localizing wavefunctions in space is the violation of the principle of energy conservation. In the models proposed in the literature, the stochastic field which is responsible for the localization mechanism causes the momentum to behave like a Brownian motion, whose larger and larger fluctuations show up as a steady increase of the energy of the system. In spite of the fact that, in all situations, such an increase is small and…

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