MY PUBLICATIONS

MY RESEARCH AND PRINCIPAL RESULT PUBLICATIONS

1. Yu.P. Rybakov, T.F. Kamalov, Bell's Theorem and Entangled Solitons, International Journal of Theoretical Physics September 2016, Volume 55, Issue 9, pp 4075–4080

2. T. F.Kamalov, Hidden Variables and the Nature of Quantum Statistics// Journal of Russian Laser Research, 2001, v. 22, n. 5, p. 475-479, E-print arXiv:quant-ph/0703125.

3. N.V. Evdokimov, T.F. Kamalov, How to Simulate the Entanglement States// Journal of New Technologies, 2002, n.5/6, p. 2-6, (in Russian).

4. D. Sokolovski, M. Pons, and T. Kamalov, Anomalous Zeno effect for sharply localized atomic states, Physical Review A, V. 86, issue 2, 022110 (2012)

5. T.F.Kamalov, Yu.P.Rybakov An Algorithm of a Virtual Quantum Computer Model on a Classical Computer, 2003, E-print arXiv:quant-ph/0301161.

6. Yu.P.Rybakov, T.F.Kamalov, Stochastic Gravitational Fields and Quantum Correlation// Bulletin of Peoples� Friendship University of Russia, series Physic, 2002, n. 10(1), p. 5-7, (in Russian).

7. Yu.P.Rybakov, T.F.Kamalov, Random Solitons Realization of Quantum Mechanics and Stochastic Qubits // Bulletin of Peoples� Friendship University of Russia, series Applied Mathematics, 2003, v. 2, n. 2, p. 117-122, E-print arXiv:quant-ph/00401168.

8. T.F.Kamalov, How to Complete the Quantum-Mechanical Description?// In the book �Quantum Theory: Reconsideration of Foundation-2�, Vaxjo University Press, Sweden, 2003, p. 315-322, E-print arXiv:quant-ph/0212139.

9. T.F. Kamalov, Feynmann�s Path Integrals in Stochastic fields, New Technologies, n. 1, p. 4-6, 2005, (in Russian).

.10. S.V. Kopylov, T.F. Kamalov, Complex Numbers as Attribute of Quantum Theory, New Technologies, n. 1, p. 4-6, 2005, (in Russian).

11. S.V. Kopylov, T.F. Kamalov, About Completeness Classical Physics, in the book: Physical Education: Problems and Perspectives, 2006, p. 197-199, (in Russian).

12. T.F. Kamalov, Systematic Measurement Errors in non-Inertial Systems References, New Technologies, n. 5, p. 10-12, 2006, (in Russian), E-print arXiv:Classical Physics 0906.3539.

13. T.F. Kamalov, Yu.P. Rybakov, Probabilistic Simulation of Quantum Computation //Quantum Computers and Computing, V. 6, n. 1, 2006, p. 125-136.

14. Rybakov Yu.P., Kamalov T.F., Entangled solitons and stochastic q-bits //Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters, V. 4, N. 2, 2007, p. 119-121.

15. Rybakov Yu.P., Kamalov T.F., Entangled Solitons and Quantum Mechanics// Foundation of Probability and Physics, American Institute of Physics, 2007, v. 889, p. 315-319.

16. T.F. Kamalov, Journal of Russian Laser Research, A model of Extended Mechanics and non-local hidden variables for Quantum Theory, Volume 30, Number 5, p. 466-471, 2009.

17. T.F. Kamalov, Yu.T. Kamalov, Quantum Strategies in Matrix Game Theory, Vestnik MSGU, n. 2, p. 40-45, 2009.

18. T.F. Kamalov, Yu.T. Kamalov, Quantum Mechanics and Stochastic Fields, in the book Problems of Nature, editor L.F. Utkina, MSGU press, p. 28-33, 2007.

19. S.V. Kopilov, T.F. Kamalov, About Complex Numbers in Classical and Quantum Mechanics, in the book Problems of Nature, editor L.F. Utkina, MSGU press, p. 25-28, 2007.

20. T.F. Kamalov, Simulation of Nuclear Interaction, in the book Particle Physics on the Eve of LHC, World Scientific Press, editor A. Studenikin, p. 439-433, 2009.

21. T.F. Kamalov, Yu.P. Rybakov, Entangled optical solitons in nonlinear Kerr dielectric, Coherent and Nonlinear Optical Phenomena. Edited by Belyi, Vladimir N.; Drabovich, Konstantin N.; Flytzanis, Christos. Proceedings of the SPIE, Volume 6729, pp. 67291T (2007).

22. S.V. Kopylov, T.F. Kamalov, Perspectives of Physics in nano-Angstem scales, p. 334-340, in the book Nanotechnologies and Nanomatherials, MGOU Press, 2009.

23. T.F. Kamalov, Yu.T. Kamalov, Quantum Simulation in Matrix Game Theory, p. 348-351, in the book Nanotechnologies and Nanomatherials, MGOU Press, 2009.

24. T.F. Kamalov, Quantum Computer and its Quasi- Classical Model, p. 324-327, in the book Nanotechnologies and Nanomatherials, MGOU Press, 2009.

25. T.F. Kamalov, Quantum Computer and hidden variables, Physical Misl of Russia, n. 1, p. 24-32, 2001.

26. T.F. Kamalov, About the nature of Quantum statistics, deponent VINITI �4615-�89, 1989�., p. 73-74.

27. T.F. Kamalov, Influence of random gravitational waves to quantum microobjects behavior, deponent VINITI �4615-�89, �. 57-60, 1989.

28. T.F. Kamalov, Bell�s Inequalities and Curvature of Space, in the book: �25 year of Bell�s Inequalities�, p. 137-138, 1990.

29. Yu.P. Rybakov and T.F. Kamalov, Probabilistic simulation of quantum states, Proc. SPIE Vol. 7023, Quantum Informatics 2008, editor Yu. Ozhigov, 702307 (Apr. 29, 2008) (9 pages)

30. Rybakov, Y.P., Kamalov, T.F. Symplectic structure of quantum phase and stochastic simulation of qubits// Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters, MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica, 2009, vol. 6, no. 7, pp. 535-537.

31. T.F. Kamalov. Journal of Quantum Computers and Computing, v. 11, p. 52-57, 2011

32. T.F. Kamalov, Classical and quantum-mechanical axioms with the higher time derivative formalism,Journal of Physics: CS, 442 012051 (2013)

33. T.F. Kamalov, Physics of Non-Inertial Reference Frames, URSS press, Moscow, ~ 112 p. (2012) (in Russian)

BOOKS

1. Physics of Non-Inertial Reference Frames and Quantum Mechanics (in Russian), author: T.F. Kamalov, Editor Publisher URSS, Moscow, 2012, http://urss.ru/cgi-bin/db.pl?lang=en&blang=ru&page=Book&id=225729#FF3

2. The textbook for students in Engineering Departments (in Russian) which named �Oscillations and Wave Process�, authors: K.S.Kabisov, T.F. Kamalov, Lurie V.A.� It was publish in Russian, 340 pages. It consists of lectures and solved problems, Editor Publisher URSS, Moscow, 2005.

PARTICIPATION AT CONFERENCES

1. 10-th UK Conference on the Foundation of Physics, September 10-14, 2001, Belfast, UK. Name of my talk: Reformed Bell�s Inequalities in 4- Dimention Rieman�s Space. Author: Timur Kamalov. E-print arXiv:quantph/0109153.

2. International Conference �Quantum Theory: Reconsideration of Foundation-2�, Vaxjo, Sweden, June 1-6, 2003. Name of my talk: How to Complete the Quantum-Mechanical Descriptions? Author: Timur Kamalov, 2003.

3. The 7th World Multiconference on SYSTEMATICS, CYBERNETICS and INFORMATICS, �Quantum Physics and Communication�, Dubna, Russia, 30 July-2 August, 2003. Name of my talk: How to Simulate the Entanglement Sates and Bi-Photons on Classical Computer. Applied Program on Pascal. Authors: T.F. Kamalov, Yu. P. Rybakov.

4. All-Russian Conference on the problems of Mathematics, Informatics, Physics and Chemistry, Moscow, Russia, 17-21 April, 2006. Name of my talk: Simulation of Quantum-like Situation in Matrix Game Theory, Authors: Yu.T. Kamalov, T.F. Kamalov, B.A. Lagosha, p. 42-43, 2005.

5. The 8th World Multiconference on SYSTEMATICS, CYBERNETICS and INFORMATICS, �Quantum Physics and Communication�, Dubna, Russia, 30 July-2 August, 2005. Name of my talk: Random Solitons and Simulation of Quantum Mechanics. Authors: T.F. Kamalov, Yu. P. Rybakov. It will be publish in Journal of Elements Particle and Atom�s Nucley Letters in 2007.

6. International Conference on Coherent and Nonlinear Optics (ICONO 2006), Minsk, BELARUS. Name of my talk: Entangled Solitons and Quantum Mechanics, Autors: T.F. Kamalov, Yu. P. Rybakov, Entangled optical solitons in nonlinear Kerr dielectric, ICONO 2007: Coherent and Nonlinear Optical Phenomena. Edited by Belyi, Vladimir N.; Drabovich, Konstantin N.; Flytzanis, Christos. Proceedings of the SPIE, Volume 6729, pp. 67291T (2007).

7. International Conference on Mathematical Physics and its Applications, Samara, September 8-13, 2008, p. 91-91.

8. 11th International Conference on Squeezed States and Uncertainty relations and 4th Feynman festivalJune 22-26, 2009, Olomouc, Czech Respublic. Name of my talk: Model of Extended Newtonian Dynamics and Quantum Transition Amplitudes. Authors T.F. Kamalov.

9. The International Bogolubov Conference Problems of Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, August 21-27, 2009, Moscow-Dubna, Ostrogradsky Dynamics and Quantum Transition Amplitudes, p. 73.

10. 13-th Lomonosov Conference on Elementary particle Physics, Moscow, August 23-29, 2007, Name of my talk: Simulation of Nuclear Interaction.