Quantum Mechanics as a Theory of Relativistic Brownian Motion

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It is shown that non-relativistic quantum mechanics can be treated as a kind of relativistic statistical theory which describes a random motion of a classical particle. The theory is relativistic in the sense that for the description of the particle behaviour the relativistic notion of the state is used. This is very important because a statistics is a state calculus and the result depends on the definition of the notion of state.

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