indeterminacy principle


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indeterminacy principle

[‚in·də′tərm·ə·nə·sē ‚prin·sə·pəl]
(quantum mechanics)
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(Furthermore, in an important sense, although it's not usually talked about this way, the time-energy indeterminacy principle lies at the very heart of QFT.
He is most famous for his development of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle (also called the "indeterminacy principle" or "uncertainty relations") and his espousal of radical philosophical conclusions drawn from it.
2.2.1 Uncertainty Quasi-Paradox: Large matter, which is at some degree under the "determinist principle", is formed by a totality of elementary particles, which are under Heisenberg's "indeterminacy principle".