George Ellis it is one of the examples shown on Wikipedia’s page on Phase Space formulation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phase-space_formulation I tripped over it while I was looking into intuitionistic mathematics two years ago and while it may not capture everything important to understand about quantum tunneling, it is a compelling visual metaphor and I think an excellent bridge. every time I look at this I can almost feel the twisting as just a tiny bit barely sneaks through, and i love the rippling through the barrier and slight reconstitution. i’d imagine that it’s more than good enough of a formulation to use with quantum computing for example and I think some of the most beautiful graphs come from phase space, particularly resonance

George Ellis it is one of the examples shown on Wikipedia’s page on Phase Space formulation
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phase-space_formulation
I tripped over it while I was looking into intuitionistic mathematics two years ago and while it may not capture everything important to understand about quantum tunneling, it is a compelling visual metaphor and I think an excellent bridge.
every time I look at this I can almost feel the twisting as just a tiny bit barely sneaks through, and i love the rippling through the barrier and slight reconstitution.
i’d imagine that it’s more than good enough of a formulation to use with quantum computing for example and I think some of the most beautiful graphs come from phase space, particularly resonance

 

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