Bohm-trajectories of a particle in an infinite well.
— coefficients in the linear combination,
— initial position of the particle
One of the most attractive (nonlocal) realistic alternatives to quantum mechanics is the de Broglie–Bohm theory. In this theory, a particle follows a definite trajectory based on the pilot wave.
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