project nonlocality - quantum causality - relativistic causation
  The nonlocal consequence of the “principle of least action” for entangled systems is shown by the foundation of second-order interference, the shared phase solutions space. Based on the concept of Feynman’s path integral, the validity of the theory is demonstrated by applying the theory to well-known experiments, revealing this underlying nonlocal principle. To highlight the relevance of this nonlocal principle for quantum computing and quantum information technology, the “self-consistency principle” of such nonlocal quantum causal correlations can be shown and verified by an experiment.
  publications Feynman's Path Integral and Complementarity of One-Quantum Interference and Two-Quanta Interference
    Delayed Choice and Quantum Causal Coherence


home mission projects company

(C) Intellectual Capital and Asset Management