Solving Schrödinger equation via Tartaglia/Pascal triangle: a possible link between stochastic processing and quantum mechanics

  title={Solving Schr{\"o}dinger equation via Tartaglia/Pascal triangle: a possible link between stochastic processing and quantum mechanics},
  author={Alfonso Farina and Marco Frasca and M. Sedehi},
  journal={Signal, Image and Video Processing},
In a recent paper (Farina et al. in Signal Image Video Process 1–16, 2011), it was shown a clean connection between the solution of the classical heat equation and the Tartaglia/Pascal/Yang-Hui triangle. When the time variable in the heat equation is substituted with the imaginary time, the heat equation becomes the Schrödinger equation of the quantum mechanics. So, a conjecture was put forward about a connection between the solution of the Schrödinger equation and a suitable generalization of… 
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