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  • June 29th 2005 « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    video google com videoplay docid 229394260936851749 Basil Hiley Non Commutative Geometry from the Perspective of A Physicist Part 1 Algebras and Process Part 2 Algebraic vs Geometric Aspects of Spinors and Twistors http video google com videoplay docid 4731933201321145727 Basil Hiley Non Commutative Geometry from the Perspective of A Physicist Part 1 Algebras and Process Part 2 Algebraic vs Geometric Aspects of Spinors and Twistors http video google com videoplay docid 4001410519588511695 Basil Hiley Non Commutative Geometry from the Perspective of A Physicist Part 1 Algebras and Process Part 2 Algebraic vs Geometric Aspects of Spinors and Twistors http video google com videoplay docid 4601706264325610343 Fabio Frescura Professor of Physics University of Witwatersrand South Africa Symmetric and Antisymmetric Structures in Quantum Theory and The Program of Geometrisation of Physics http video google com videoplay docid 2081563508675895515 Fabio Frescura Professor of Physics University of Witwatersrand South Africa Symmetric and Antisymmetric Structures in Quantum Theory and The Program of Geometrisation of Physics continued http video google com videoplay docid 8883217921975604073 Fabio Frescura Professor of Physics University of Witwatersrand South Africa Symmetric and Antisymmetric Structures in Quantum Theory and The Program of Geometrisation of Physics continued http video google com videoplay docid 5804626657780137623 Fabio Frescura Professor of Physics University of Witwatersrand South Africa Symmetric and Antisymmetric Structures in Quantum Theory and The Program of Geometrisation of Physics concluded http video google com videoplay docid 2279739205410270605 Melvin Brown TPRU London The Bohm Interpretation and Momentum Space The Relationship between Mechanics and Dynamics in the Bohm Picture http video google com videoplay docid 8055917065615072042 Discussion of A M Talks http video google com videoplay docid 4221649247860829914 Discussion of A M Talks http video google com videoplay docid 6206781769874072845 Discussion of A M Talks concluded Plus 10 15 minute additional talk by Freddie van Oystaeyen audio

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  • June 30th 2005 « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    Dimensional Spacetime Fluctuations and Anisotropy 50 Years of Data Part 1 continued http video google com videoplay docid 502560816386095164 Simon Schnoll Professor of Moscow State University Experimental Evidence for 4 Dimensional Spacetime Fluctuations and Anisotropy 50 Years of Data Part 1 continued http video google com videoplay docid 4529592769264847626 Simon Schnoll Professor of Moscow State University Experimental Evidence for 4 Dimensional Spacetime Fluctuations and Anisotropy 50 Years of Data Part 1 concluded http video google com videoplay docid 5450423378516536734 Reg Cahill School of Chemistry and Physics Flinders University Adelaide Australia Process Physics and The Physics of 3 Space From Information Theory to a New Theory of Quantum Space and Matter Part I http video google com videoplay docid 1443625291781060239 Reg Cahill School of Chemistry and Physics Flinders University Adelaide Australia Process Physics and The Physics of 3 Space From Information Theory to a New Theory of Quantum Space and Matter Part I continued http video google com videoplay docid 4198441257809732921 Reg Cahill School of Chemistry and Physics Flinders University Adelaide Australia Process Physics and The Physics of 3 Space From Information Theory to a New Theory of Quantum Space and Matter Part I continued http video google com videoplay docid 8369551492530929057 Reg Cahill School of Chemistry and Physics Flinders University Adelaide Australia Process Physics and The Physics of 3 Space From Information Theory to a New Theory of Quantum Space and Matter Part I concluded http video google com videoplay docid 6207441044962404670 Tim Palmer EMRWF Reading It From Bit A New Perspective http video google com videoplay docid 5684570921895922903 Tim Palmer EMRWF Reading It From Bit A New Perspective continued http video google com videoplay docid 8946085106936841781 Tim Palmer EMRWF Reading It From Bit A New Perspective continued http video google com videoplay docid 2627651692510999904 Tim Palmer EMRWF Reading It

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  • July 1st 2005 « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    Anisotropic Interaction and a Possible New Quantum Information Channel http video google com videoplay docid 6349253085792364478 Yuri A Baurov Moscow Experimental Investigation of A New Anisotropic Interaction and a Possible New Quantum Information Channel continued http video google com videoplay docid 7066740506243087311 Yuri A Baurov Moscow Experimental Investigation of A New Anisotropic Interaction and a Possible New Quantum Information Channel continued http video google com videoplay docid 4940736971611289024 Yuri A Baurov Moscow Experimental Investigation of A New Anisotropic Interaction and a Possible New Quantum Information Channel continued http video google com videoplay docid 5698661474247311330 Yuri A Baurov Moscow Experimental Investigation of A New Anisotropic Interaction and a Possible New Quantum Information Channel concluded http video google com videoplay docid 5817526015314872122 Andrei Khrennikov University of Vexxjo Sweden QM as An Approximation To A Classical Statistical Field Theory Georg Wikman SHIRD Goteborg Indistinguishables Different but Not Distinct Proposals for their Mathematical Representation P M Talks Simon Schnoll Professor of Moscow University Experimental Evidence for 4 Dimensional Spacetime Fluctuations and Anisotropy 50 Years of Data Part 2 Maurice De Gosson University of Karlskroga Sweden The Schroedinger Equation in Phase Space Symplectomorphisms and The Topological Meaning of Planck s Constant videos to be added

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  • July 2nd 2005 « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    Physics Reg T Cahill School of Chemistry and Physics Flinders University Adelaide Australia Process Physics and The Physics of 3 Space From Information Theory to a New Theory of Quantum Space and Matter Part II P M Talks Yuri A Baurov Moscow Byuon Theory A Theory of The Origin of the Universe Basil Hiley Professor Emeritus Birkbeck College London University Algebraic Quantum Mechanics Deformed Algebras and The Bohm Interpretation Closing

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  • Participants « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    De Gosson Max Planck Institute and University of Vienna Homepage Andreas Doering Theory Group Physics Department Imperial College London Basil Hiley Emeritus professor of Physics Birkbeck Colege University of London Homepage Qui Hong Hu Professor University of Goteborg Nick Monk University of Sheffield Homepage Freddy Van Oystaeyen Department of Mathematics University of Antwerp Homepage Tim Palmer Director European Medium Range Weather Forecasting Centre Reading UK Barbara Piechonwka University of Uppsala

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  • Abstracts « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    To appear http www mathstat dal ca selinger papers html dagger 4 B Coecke 2005 Kindergarten quantum mechanics lecture notes In Quantum Theory Reconsiderations of the Foundations III pp 81 98 AIP Press quant ph 0510032 5 B Coecke 2005 Introducing categories to the practising physicist In What is category theory Polimetrica Publishing Advanced Studies in Mathematics and Logic 30 pp 45 74 Polimetrica Publishing 6 B Coecke and D Pavlovic 2005 Quantum measurements without sums In Mathematics of Quantum Computing and Technology Taylor and Francis to appear 7 B Coecke and E O Paquette 2006 Generalized measurements and Naimark s theorem without sums Submitted Andreas Doering Topos Quantum Physics In this talk I will present some aspects of current work with Chris Isham on a possible reformulation of quantum physics in the language of topos theory The Kochen Specker theorem rules out all naive approaches to a realistic version of quantum theory and emphasizes the need for contextuality When trying to formulate a contextual form of quantum logic theory retaining a realist Œflavour one is quite naturally led to presheaves over a suitable category of contexts The fact that such presheaves form a topos delivers a natural distributive albeit intuitionistic logic given as a part of the internal structure of the topos In our work the so called spectral presheaf plays a central role It is a contextual replacement for phase space Quantum propositions can be shown to correspond to certain subobjects of the spectral presheaf These subobjects form a Heyting algebra and hence give a contextualized non standard form of quantum logic I will also report on first steps toward a description of states and observables internally in a topos The long term goal is an axiomatic generalization of this topos theoretic formulation of quantum theory Tim Palmer The Mysteries of Entanglement As Penrose has emphasised recently there are two fundamental mysteries about the phenomenon of entanglement how can we make sense of it in terms of ideas that we can comprehend and why is it something that we barely notice in our direct experience of the world I want to discuss these two mysteries from a very non orthodox perspective I will firstly put forward the argument that deterministic non periodic flow aka chaos initialised on the system s attractor provides the means to make sense of the first mystery the key idea being that hypothetical counterfactual perturbations almost certainly take the system off its measure zero attractor ie to a dynamically disjoint part of state space A number theoretic representation of the Cantor set structure of state space is related to the conventional state space of quantum theory the complex Hilbert space though a set of self similar permutation operators with complex and hyper complex structure acting on elements of the Cantor set In terms of this relationship quantum entanglement and in particular macro measurement of the quantum micro state would be associated with a deterministic dynamical reduction in the dimension of the underlying attractor By

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  • July 9th 2006 AM « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    a Basis for Understanding Non Commutative Geometry continued Basil Hiley Emeritus Professor of Physics Birkbeck College University of London Concepts of Process as a Basis for Understanding Non Commutative Geometry continued Basil Hiley Emeritus Professor of Physics Birkbeck College University of London Concepts of Process as a Basis for Understanding Non Commutative Geometry continued Basil Hiley Emeritus Professor of Physics Birkbeck College University of London Concepts of Process as a Basis for Understanding Non Commutative Geometry continued Basil Hiley Emeritus Professor of Physics Birkbeck College University of London Concepts of Process as a Basis for Understanding Non Commutative Geometry continued Basil Hiley Emeritus Professor of Physics Birkbeck College University of London Concepts of Process as a Basis for Understanding Non Commutative Geometry concluded Ernst Binz Mathematics University of Mannheim Field Theoretic Weyl Quantization for Vector Fields in Three Space Ernst Binz Mathematics University of Mannheim Field Theoretic Weyl Quantization for Vector Fields in Three Space Ernst Binz Mathematics University of Mannheim Field Theoretic Weyl Quantization for Vector Fields in Three Space continued Ernst Binz Mathematics University of Mannheim Field Theoretic Weyl Quantization for Vector Fields in Three Space continued Ernst Binz Mathematics University of Mannheim Field Theoretic Weyl Quantization for

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  • July 9th 2006 PM « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    for Space Time and Pre Space Time continued Nick Monk University of Sheffield Models for Space Time and Pre Space Time continued Nick Monk University of Sheffield Models for Space Time and Pre Space Time continued Nick Monk University of Sheffield Models for Space Time and Pre Space Time continued Nick Monk University of Sheffield Models for Space Time and Pre Space Time continued Nick Monk University of Sheffield Models for Space Time and Pre Space Time continued Nick Monk University of Sheffield Models for Space Time and Pre Space Time concluded Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing Laboratory In The Beginning God Created The Tensors as a Picture continued Bob Coecke Oxford University Computing

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