Timur Kamalov,
Professor of Physics Department,
Moscow State Open University
Titles of my research interests is:
1. Foundation of Quantum Theory(arXiv:1011.4256)(arXiv:quant-ph/0212139);
(Physical Review A, accepted 11 of July 2012):a) the realization of the scheme: Quantum Theory+Classical Physics=General Classical Physics (arXiv:1011.4256)(arXiv:quant-ph/0611053)
b) the interpretation of the wave-function by classical description of curved space-time waves with mathematical apparatus of General Relativity Theory (arXiv:quant-ph/0205079)
c) the description of de-Broile waves by Gravitational Waves origin (arXiv:quant-ph/0212139)
d) the explanation of the classical experiment of electron’s diffraction by Classical Physics (arXiv:quant-ph/0212139)
e) the soliton’s explanation of de-Broile wave-length (arXiv:quant-ph/0401168)
2. Simulation on the classical computer entanglement states, bi-photon and qubits (arXiv:quant-ph/0301161).
3. Simulation on the classical computer the process of Quantum Computation and realization Quantum Algorithms by Stochastic Methods (arXiv:quant-ph/0109152).
4. The Stochastic Gravitational Model of Quantum Correlation (arXiv:quant-ph/0205168).
5. Non-Newtonian Gravitational Interaction (arXiv:math-ph/0209025). One of the problems, which are interesting for me, is STOCHASTIC BITS (STOBITS) SIMULATION ON CLASSICAL MULTYPROCESSORS COMPUTERS. One part of this work was written in 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. And the second – in Russian N.V. Evdokimov, T.F. Kamalov, How to Simulate the Entanglement States// Journal of New Technologies, 2002, n.5/6, p. 2-6 and in Hidden Variables and the Nature of Quantum Statistics// Journal of Russian Laser Research, 2001, v. 22, n. 5, p. 475-479. Present paper in Journal of New Technologies, 2002, n.5/6, p. 2-6 with the text of program on PASCAL simulates on the Classical Multiprocessor Computers the entanglement states and bi-photons and using as practical work for students in Moscow State University for measurement Bell’s Observable and for testing Bell’s Inequalities in the stochastic case. Stobits is analog to Qubits and we can use this simulator for simulation Quantum Algorithms with the help of multiprocessors classical terminals.
6. Non-Newtonian Classical Physics in the sense of Analytical Mechanics of Non-Inertial Systems Reference (arXiv:1011.4256)(arXiv:quant-ph/0611053).