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Characteristics of Coherence and Information for the Davydov Soliton Field

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In this work, a generalized Davydov soliton field (DSF) has been investigated. The characteristics of correlation and information for the filed are emphasized and studied. It is a sort of correlation among so called generalized solitons so that the field may appear to some macroscopic quantum properties such as the superconductivity at room temperature. Secondly, the character of information for the field can be described by a nonlinear Liouville equation in the quantum information representation. This provides a basis to express information quality of DSF, which means that DSF can influence or drive object by using (soliton type of) quantum information density. All these two aspects provide a foundation which possibly explains many potential biological functions of human body such as some complex bio-electromagnetic phenomena and their interactions with objects.

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B. Qiao, K. Song and H. Ruda, "Characteristics of Coherence and Information for the Davydov Soliton Field," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 12, 2012, pp. 1907-1913. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.312240.


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