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    ffLLOORREENNTTIINN $$MMAARRAANN

    DDAACCHHEE

    = quantum cyberart ={the world of micro-infinity}

    2007

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    FLORENTIN$MARANDACHEUniversity of New Mexico

    200 College RoadGallup, NM 87301, USA

    [email protected]://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smarandache/a/oUTER-aRT.htm

    = qU ntuMcyberart ={the world of micro-infinity}

    Authors imagination of how would look the physical micro-universe

    using composed, found, changed, modified, alternated, or computer-programmed art works

    2007

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    The experimental digital arts on the front and back covers represent the Quantum

    Statistics[equilibrium distribution of elementary particles among the quantized energy

    states] and respectively a Flow of Elementary Particles done by the cyber-artist.

    Thisexperimental digital albumcan be ordered in a paper bound reprint from:Books on DemandProQuest Information & Learning(University of Microfilm International)

    300 N. Zeeb RoadP.O. Box 1346, Ann Arbor

    MI 48106-1346, USATel.: 1-800-521-0600 (Customer Service)

    http://wwwlib.umi.com/bod/basic

    Copyright2007 by HEXIS,Phoenix, Arizona.

    Many books can be downloaded from the followingDigital Library of Literature:http://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smarandache/eBooksLiterature.htm

    Peer Reviewers:

    Dr. M. Selariu, Timioara, Romania.S. Osman, Alexandria, Egypt.

    ISBN-10: 1-59972-022-7ISBN-13: 978-1-59973-022-6EAN: 9781599730226Standard Address Number: 297-5092Printed in the United States of AmericaPrice: $ 89.95

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    Contents

    Electronic Art(forward): 4

    QUANTUM: 5micro-universe images

    QUANTUM THEORY: 23micro-universe images

    QUANTIZATION: 39micro-universe images

    QUANTUM NUMBERS: 56micro-universe images

    QUANTUM MECHANICS: 72

    micro-universe imagesGENERALIZATION OF SCHRDINGER EQUATION: 88

    micro-universe images

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    Electronic Art

    (forward)

    The artist does not illustrate science (but)

    he frequently responds to the same intereststhat a scientist does (Lewis Mumford).

    Art est celare artem (Lat.), which means that art conceals art.

    And Horace in his Ars Poetica declaimed that a wonderfulart provides you pleasure even after looking at it ten times!

    [deciens repetita placebit(Lat.)].

    The art of a people is a true mirror of theirminds (Jawaharlal Nehru).

    Art is a form of catharsis (Dorothy Parker).

    According to Aristotle catharsis is a form of purification.It is also a form of emotional discharge.

    These images are part of a series of about 100 cyberart creations representing theunimaginable little word of physics particles, anti-particles, un-particles that compose thematter, anti-matter, and un-matter.

    They are done with Adobe Photoshop CS2, just by playing with variousparameters.For example:- Using Filter, and then Distort or Pixelate or Sharpen or Stylize etc.- Or Layer, New Layer Filter, and Gradient.- Or Layer, Change Layer Content, Curves and here I play/change the graph of the curve.- Or Image, Pixel Aspect Ratio, Custom Pixel Aspect Ratio.Mostly I used Filter, then all kind of combinations between a submenu of Filter (such asArtistic, Blur, Distort, Brush, Noise, etc.), and then another parameter of eachcorresponding submenu (for example for Artistic one has: Colored Pencil, Cutout, DryBrush, etc.)and according to my eye/taste I see which one looks better.

    For making an album online, I insert the pictures into an MS WORD 2003 file,and then I convert it to a PDF format with my Adobe Writer/Distiller 7.0.

    By the way, I confess that I dont have much talent in traditionally making oilpainting or hand drawing, yet I am attracted to electronically designing computer art. Ieven though at constructing mathematical algorithms to be implemented by computerprograms in order to paint and write (electronic) poetry, prose, and dramas.

    The Cyber-Author

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    QUANTUM

    Quantum is called the smallest amount of energy that a system can lose or gain.

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    QUANTIZATION

    Quantization is the process of passing from continuous to discrete, fromuncountable to countable, and often from infinite to finite.

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    QUANTUM NUMBERS

    Quantum Numbers are the set of discrete values that a physical system can takewith respect to some of its properties. Properties of elementary particles, such as spin,

    iso-spin, charge, hyper-charge, strangeness, parity are also characterized by quantumnumbers. When particles interact, the sum of the quantum numbers of the particlesbefore and after interaction remains the same.

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    QUANTUM MECHANICS

    Quantum Mechanics deals with the quantities that can be measured in atoms orrelated systems. Schrdinger developed the Wave Mechanics with his famous equation

    (1926), while Born and Heisenberg the Matrix Mechanics.

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    GENERALIZATION OF SCHRDINGER EQUATION

    Alternatively, F. Smarandache and V. Christianto [in the book Multi-ValuedLogic, Neutrosophy, and Schrdinger Equation, p. 44, Phoenix, 2005] found aGeneralization of Schrdinger Equation from Nottales approach. They re-wroteNottales generalized Schrdinger equation via diffusion approach:

    ( )( )

    ( ) )(//).(/ln/2/)(2

    22

    22

    xaxtai

    txtaimi

    +=+

    ++

    where , )(xa ,

    , each represents classical wave function, an arbitrary constant,scalar potential, and a constant, respectively.

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    These images are part of a series of about 100 cyberart creations

    representing the unimaginable little word of physics particles, anti-particles,un-particles that compose the matter, anti-matter, and un-matter.

    They represent cyber-authors imagination of how would look the

    physical micro-universe using composed, found, changed, modified,alternated, or computer-programmed art works.