Hakin9 Extra 7/2012(14) 36-57
Variant Double-Path Simulation – Resolving Mysteries
and Wave-Particle Paradoxes in Quantum Interactions
Abstract – It is a top intelligent challenge to explain quantum behaviors consistently using experimental evidences. Wave-particle paradoxes forced this type of formal discussions and historical Bohr-Einstein debates without a common solution from 1900s and still an open question in modern quantum foundation. Using advanced variant logic and measurement construction, it is feasible to identify complex quantum interactions under multiple/conditional probability into a series of symmetry/anti-symmetry and synchronous/asynchronous conditions. In addition to theoretical analysis and explorations, an online prototype http://vdps.sinaapp.com/single/ focus on simulation of single function has established to illustrate controllable combinations among possible parameters to generate interactive results with a total of 7680 configurations. Main principles and architectures of the simulation prototype discussed and key and modules are illustrated. Sample interactive results from two polarized/separated paths and either double path for particles or double path for waves are organized into four groups of results for both single functions and global matrix representations.