The Naked Scientists
Toggle navigation
Login
Register
Podcasts
The Naked Scientists
eLife
Naked Genetics
Naked Astronomy
In short
Naked Neuroscience
Ask! The Naked Scientists
Question of the Week
Archive
Video
SUBSCRIBE to our Podcasts
Articles
Science News
Features
Interviews
Answers to Science Questions
Get Naked
Do an Experiment
Science Forum
Ask a Question
About
Meet the team
Our Sponsors
Contact us
User menu
Login
Register
Search
Home
Help
Search
Tags
Recent Topics
Lonely Topics
Login
Register
Naked Science Forum
Non Life Sciences
Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology
Can a wave function represent a statistical distribution?
« previous
next »
Print
Pages: [
1
]
Go Down
Can a wave function represent a statistical distribution?
1 Replies
608 Views
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Richard777
Jr. Member
37
Activity:
2%
Can a wave function represent a statistical distribution?
«
on:
21/08/2016 01:49:26 »
A wave function may be treated as an “angular distribution function”. It has a 2D graph similar to a statistical distribution. The graph is a “bell curve”.
The angular distribution has features which are similar to the statistical distribution; including the mean, and “equivalent standard deviation”. The mean corresponds with the statistical mean, however the equivalent standard deviation includes a “data smoothing variable”.
The angular function also has additional features not usually associated with statistical distribution, these are; data amplitude, a frequency ratio, and a distribution angle.
Is it reasonable to assign statistical interpretation to a wave function?
Logged
Richard777
Jr. Member
37
Activity:
2%
Re: Can a wave function represent a statistical distribution?
«
Reply #1 on:
03/01/2017 22:40:23 »
Is a data smoothing function properly associated with a wave distribution?
Logged
Naked Science Forum
Re: Can a wave function represent a statistical distribution?
«
Reply #1 on:
03/01/2017 22:40:23 »
Print
Pages: [
1
]
Go Up
« previous
next »
Tags:
There was an error while thanking
Thanking...