A physical theory is proposed that obeys both the principles of special relativity and of quantum mechanics. As a key feature, the laws are formulated in terms of quantum events rather than of particle states. Temporal and spatial coordinates of a quantum event are treated on equal footing, namely as self-adjoint operators on a Hilbert space. The theory is not based upon Lagrangian or Hamiltonian mechanics, and breaks with the concept of a continuously flowing time. The physical object under consideration is a spinless particle exposed to an external potential. The theory also accounts for particle-antiparticle pair creation and annihilation, and is therefore not a single-particle theory in the usual sense. The Maxwell equations are derived as a straightforward consequence of certain fundamental commutation relations. In the non-relativistic limit and in the limit of vanishing time uncertainty, the Schrödinger equation of a spinless particle exposed to an external electromagnetic field is obtained.

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- Lossless quantum data compression and variable-length coding
- Deterministic Secure Direct Communication Using Entanglement
- Lossless quantum data compression and secure direct communication (Thesis)
- Basic concepts for a quantum mechanical theory of events
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- Lossless Quantum Data Compression and Secure Direct Communication: New concepts and methods for quantum information theory (Taschenbuch)
- On the security of the ping-pong protocol
- Ocular following response to sampled motion
- Acting on Gaps? John Searle's Conception of Free Will
- Predicting isometric force from muscular activation using a physiologically inspired model
- Combining Bohm and Everett: Axiomatics for a Standalone Quantum Mechanics
- Model for a flexible motor memory based on a self-active recurrent neural network
- A computational model unifies apparently contradictory findings concerning phantom pain
- Quantum mechanics as a deterministic theory of a continuum of worlds
- Zerfall und Irreversibilität - Die verallgemeinerte Quantenmechanik der Brüsseler Schule und die Richtung der Zeit
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- Neue Interpretation der Quantenmechanik

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