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|Title:||Why is schrödinger's equation linear?||Authors:||Parwani, R.R.||Issue Date:||2005||Citation:||Parwani, R.R. (2005). Why is schrödinger's equation linear?. Brazilian Journal of Physics 35 (2 B) : 494-496. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Information-theoretic arguments are used to obtain a link between the accurate linearity of Schrödinger's equation and Lorentz invariance: A possible violation of the latter at short distances would imply the appearance of nonlinear corrections to quantum theory. Nonlinear corrections can also appear in a Lorentz invariant theory in the form of higher derivative terms that are determined by a length scale, possibly the Planck length. It is suggested that the best place to look for evidence of such quantum nonlinear effects is in neutrino physics and cosmology.||Source Title:||Brazilian Journal of Physics||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/98953||ISSN:||01039733|
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