Angularly Deformed Special Relativity and its Results for Quantum Mechanics

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Glinka, Lukasz Andrzej;
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In this paper, the deformed Special Relativity, which leads to an essentially new theoretical context of quantum mechanics, is presented. The formulation of the theory arises from a straightforward analogy with the Special Relativity, but its foundations are laid throug... View more
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