Spontaneous symmetry breaking and mass generation as built-in phenomena in logarithmic nonlinear quantum theory

@article{Zloshchastiev2009SpontaneousSB,
  title={Spontaneous symmetry breaking and mass generation as built-in phenomena in logarithmic nonlinear quantum theory},
  author={Konstantin G. Zloshchastiev},
  journal={Acta Physica Polonica B},
  year={2009},
  volume={42},
  pages={261-292}
}
Our primary task is to demonstrate that the logarithmic nonlinearity in the quantum wave equation can cause the spontaneous symmetry breaking and mass generation phenomena on its own, at least in principle. To achieve this goal, we view the physical vacuum as a kind of the fundamental Bose-Einstein condensate embedded into the fictitious Euclidean space. The relation of such description to that of the physical (relativistic) observer is established via the fluid/gravity correspondence map, the… 
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