27 July 2020
Gevorkyan Ashot
The article formulates the classical three-body problem in conformal-Euclidean space (Riemannian manifold), and its equivalence to the Newton three-body problem is mathematically rigorously proved. It is shown that a curved space with a local coordinate system allows us to detect new hidden symmetries of the internal motion of a dynamical system, which allows us to reduce the three-body problem to the 6th order system. A new approach makes the system of geodesic equations with respect to the evolution parameter of a dynamical system (internal time) fundamentally irreversible. To describe the motion of three-body system in different random environments, the corresponding stochastic differential equations (SDEs) are obtained. Using these SDEs, Fokker-Planck-type equations are obtained that describe the joint probability distributions of geodesic flows in phase and configuration spaces. The paper also formulates the quantum three-body problem in conformal-Euclidean space. In particular, the corresponding wave equations have been obtained for studying the three-body bound states, as well as for investigating multichannel quantum scattering in the framework of the concept of internal time. This allows us to solve the extremely important quantum-classical correspondence problem for dynamical Poincaré systems
English
New Concept for Studying the Classical and Quantum Three-Body Problem: Fundamental Irreversibility and Time’s Arrow of Dynamical Systems
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