On the Cyclotomic Quantum Algebra of Time Perception

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Planat , Michel , (2004)
  • Publisher: NeuroQuantology
  • Subject: Mathematical Physics | [ SCCO.NEUR ] Cognitive science/Neuroscience | [ PHYS.QPHY ] Physics [physics]/Quantum Physics [quant-ph] | [ MATH.MATH-MP ] Mathematics [math]/Mathematical Physics [math-ph] | Quantum Physics

I develop the idea that time perception is the quantum counterpart to time measurement. Phase-locking and prime number theory were proposed as the unifying concepts for understanding the optimal synchronization of clocks and their 1/f frequency noise. Time perception is... View more
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