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American physicist

David Ritz Finkelstein was an emeritus professor of physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Born in New York City, Finkelstein obtained his Ph.D. in physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1953 and taught at Stevens Institute of Technology through 1960, while he also held a Ford Foundation Fellowship at the European Organization for Nuclear Research from 1959 to 1960. From 1964 to 1976, he was professor of physics at Yeshiva University. He became a member of the faculty at Georgia Tech in 1980.

Source: Wikipedia- Quaternionic quantum mechanics and quantum fields
- Past-Future Asymmetry of the Gravitational Field of a Point Particle
- Foundations of Quaternion Quantum Mechanics
- Connection between Spin, Statistics, and Kinks
- SPACE--TIME CODE.
- Cosmological Constant and Fundamental Length
- Principle of General Q Covariance
- Some new conservation laws
- The Nature of Ball Lightning
- Quantum Relativity: A Synthesis of the Ideas of Einstein and Heisenberg
- Past-Future Asymmetry of the Gravitational Field of a Point Particle
- Foundations of Quaternion Quantum Mechanics
- Connection between Spin, Statistics, and Kinks
- SPACE--TIME CODE.
- Cosmological Constant and Fundamental Length
- Principle of General Q Covariance
- Some new conservation laws
- The Nature of Ball Lightning
- Quantum Relativity: A Synthesis of the Ideas of Einstein and Heisenberg
- The Piezoelectric Theory of earthquake lightning
- Unimodular relativity and cosmological constant
- Matter, Space and Logic
- Internal Structure of Spinning Particles
- Quaternionic Representations of Compact Groups
- SECTION OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES: THE LOGIC OF QUANTUM PHYSICS*
- “Superconducting” causal nets
- High Voltage Impulse System
- Space-time code. IV
- On relations between commutators
- Space-Time Code. II
- Clifford algebra as quantum language
- Quantum sets and clifford algebras
- Kinks and extensions
- Finite physics
- Space-time code. V
- Computational complementarity
- Space-Time Code. III
- Chronon corrections to the Dirac equation
- Quantum net dynamics
- The Physics of Logic
- Space-time structure in high energy interactions
- WITTGENSTEIN ON RULES AND PLATONISM
- NOTES ON QUATERNION QUANTUM MECHANICS. (PART II)
- Theory of the quantum speed-up
- Supersonic Motion of Vacuum Spark Plasmas along Magnetic Fields
- Relativity of topology and dynamics
- First flash and second vacuum
- Experiments on Plasmoid Motion along Magnetic Fields
- Homotopy Approach to Quantum Gravity
- The quantum pentacle
- General Quantization
- Structure of Ball Llghtning
- Q an algebraic language for quantum-spacetime topology
- Quantum-Statistical Computation
- Earthquake Lightning
- EXPANDED QUANTUM LINEAR HARMONIC OSCILLATOR
- STABILITY OF RELATIVISTIC SELF-FOCUSING STREAMS
- The Qubits of Qunivac
- Quantum time-space and gravity
- A Process Conception of Nature
- Introductory Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics
- Finite quantum kinematics of the harmonic oscillator
- Hyperspin manifolds
- Elementary Operations
- Coherent quantum logic
- Magnetically Confined Plasma with a Maxwellian Core
- Higher-order quantum logics
- Magnetohydrodynamic kinks in astrophysics
- Process Philosophy and Quantum Dynamics
- Group fields, gravity, and angular momentum
- Transquantum Dynamics
- Hypercrystalline vacua
- Quantum relativity
- Quantum ground–state computation with kinematical gates
- Beneath Gauge
- Finite Quantum Dynamics
- Organism and Physics
- Quantum simplicial dynamics
- Beneath Time: Explorations in Quantum Topology
- The Leibniz project
- Quantum Sets, Assemblies and Plexi
- Palev Statistics and the Chronon
- The state of quantum physics
- Seminars in Mathematics of the V. A. Steklov Mathematical Institute, Vol. 6: Kinematic Spaces
- Unified theory of model reduction via Gleason measures
- General Covariance is Bose-Einstein Statistics
- Finite Quantum Relativity
- Modular architecture of isospin, color, and generation
- QUANTUM LOGIC AND QUANTUM MAPPINGS
- FURTHER RESULTS IN TOPOLOGICAL RELATIVITY
- Ur Theory and Space-Time Structure
- What is a photon
- Non-local corrections to the Dirac equation
- Quantum ground-state computation with static gates
- Connection between topology and statistics
- High-energy cosmic ray production by a neutron star falling into a black hole
- Recursive quantum gauge theory
- Directions in General Relativity: Misner, Kinks and Black Holes
- Emptiness and relativity
- Dynamics of plasmas
- Classical and Quantum Probability and Set Theory
- BEAM INTENSITY LIMITATION IN NEUTRALIZED SPACE CHARGE BETATRONS
- Quantum Physics and Process Metaphysics
- Quantum set algebra for quantum set theory
- Quantum field theory in quantum set algebra
- Local conserved currents in unified field theory
- MEGATRON ACCELERATOR PROGRESS REPORT--INVESTIGATION OF PLASMA ACCELERATION. Quarterly Progress Report No. 6 for October 1, 1959-December 31, 1959
- Quantum-Statistical Annealing Computation
- un 2 00 2 THE QUBITS OF QUNIVAC For the proceedings of Digital Perspectives
- Semi-quantum Dynamics
- Quantum Set Calculus
- Non-Objective Physics
- Quantum ground-mode computation with static gates
- Whither Quantum Theory
- 1 4 M ay 2 00 0 Clifford statistics
- Clifford representation of the permutation groups
- Fe b 20 06 Finite Quantum Kinematics of the Harmonic Oscillator ∗
- David Ritz Finkelstein state computation with kinematical gates − Quantum ground
- QUANTUM SPACE--TIME AND GENERAL RELATIVITY.
- 96 08 02 3 v 1 1 5 A ug 1 99 6 Beneath Gauge
- Experiments on Supersonic Plasma Flow Along Magnetic Fields
- Third Relativity
- INVESTIGATION OF PLASMA ACCELERATION. Quarterly Progress Report No. 4 for April 1, 1959-June 30, 1959
- RESEARCH DIRECTED TOWARD UNDERSTANDING BEHAVIOR AND DETECTION OF PLASMAS IN MAGNETIC FIELD.
- Relativistic kinematics: by Henri Arzelies. 298 pages, diagrams, 6 × 9 in. New York, Pergamon Press, 1966. Price, $12.00
- Quantum Groups and Operons
- Quantum Probability and Improbability
- Classical Matrix Mechanic
- Nature as Quantum Computer
- Quantum Interference Computation
- A ug 2 00 6 Homotopy approach to quantum gravity
- MAGNETIC COMPRESSIONAL HEATING AND CUSP CONFINEMENT OF A PLASMA
- Fe b 20 06 Finite Quantum Dynamics
- Quantum Set Algebra
- Se p 20 02 Quantum ground-state computation with static gates
- Quark Confinement and Time Space Structure
- 01 11 12 0 v 4 3 0 Ja n 20 02 Quantum-Statistical Computation
- N ov 2 00 4 Finite Quantum Theory of the Harmonic Oscillator ∗
- Borohydride, A Next-Generation Material For Energy Storage And Conversion, And The First Description Of A Borohydride / Dichromate Fuel Cell
- PROJECTION OF PLASMA ACROSS A MAGNETIC FIELD
- Unimodular relativity and cosmological constant ( To appear in the Journal of Mathematical Physics )
- Interpretation of the topological terms in gauge system
- INVESTIGATION OF PLASMA ACCELERATION. Semi-Annual Progress Report No. 7, January 1, 1960-September 10, 1960, Megatron Accelerator Progress Report
- VACUUM SPARK PLASMAS
- QUANTUM BINARY GRAVITY WORK IN PROCESS [ REVISED 031215 ]
- INVESTIGATION OF PLASMA ACCELERATION. Quarterly Progress Report No. 1 for June 30, 1958-September 30, 1958
- Quantum Spacetime Net
- Unitary Quantum Relativity
- Elementary Quantum Experiments
- Cosmological choices
- Action Physics
- 2 2 2 Ja n 20 06 General quantization

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Jewish University located in Manhattan

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