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Mathematics

Sweden

2023

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Mathematics
D-index
55
Citations
11,752
576
World Ranking
576
National Ranking
3

2023 - Research.com Mathematics in Sweden Leader Award

- Quantum mechanics
- Statistics
- Artificial intelligence

Andrei Khrennikov spends much of his time researching Quantum, Quantum mechanics, Statistical physics, Quantum probability and Theoretical physics. His Quantum study combines topics in areas such as Probabilistic logic, Cognition and Observable. His Statistical model research extends to Quantum mechanics, which is thematically connected.

The Statistical physics study combines topics in areas such as CHSH inequality, Master equation, Conditional probability, POVM and Randomness. The various areas that Andrei Khrennikov examines in his Quantum probability study include Consistent histories, Probability theory, Quantum computer, Quantum state and Sure-thing principle. His Theoretical physics study incorporates themes from Complementarity, Interpretations of quantum mechanics, Existential quantification and Bell test experiments.

- Non-Archimedean analysis : quantum paradoxes, dynamical systems and biological models (481 citations)
- Quantum Social Science (337 citations)
- Ubiquitous Quantum Structure (333 citations)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Quantum, Quantum mechanics, Statistical physics, Theoretical physics and Quantum probability. In his study, Hilbert space is strongly linked to Observable, which falls under the umbrella field of Quantum. His study in Quantum statistical mechanics, Open quantum system, Quantum dynamics, Quantization and Quantum state is done as part of Quantum mechanics.

His Statistical physics research includes themes of Statistical model and Statistical field theory. Andrei Khrennikov interconnects Bohr model, Quantum nonlocality, Quantum entanglement and Kochen–Specker theorem in the investigation of issues within Theoretical physics. His Quantum probability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Law of total probability, Probability theory and Interpretations of quantum mechanics.

- Quantum (32.35%)
- Quantum mechanics (22.14%)
- Statistical physics (19.80%)

- Quantum (32.35%)
- Quantum probability (13.78%)
- Theoretical physics (17.22%)

His primary areas of investigation include Quantum, Quantum probability, Theoretical physics, Statistical physics and Quantum information. His Quantum research incorporates themes from Mathematical economics and Observable. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Interpretations of quantum mechanics, Quantum cognition, Quantum Bayesianism, Quantum information science and Quantum state.

As a part of the same scientific study, Andrei Khrennikov usually deals with the Theoretical physics, concentrating on Bohr model and frequently concerns with Hidden variable theory. As a part of the same scientific family, Andrei Khrennikov mostly works in the field of Statistical physics, focusing on Ultrametric space and, on occasion, Cluster. His research in Quantum information focuses on subjects like Open quantum system, which are connected to Quantum dynamics.

- Modeling Fluid’s Dynamics with Master Equations in Ultrametric Spaces Representing the Treelike Structure of Capillary Networks (36 citations)
- Classical (Local and Contextual) Probability Model for Bohm-Bell Type Experiments: No-Signaling as Independence of Random Variables (34 citations)
- Probability And Randomness: Quantum Versus Classical (33 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Statistics
- Mathematical analysis

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Quantum, Quantum mechanics, Quantum probability, Quantum nonlocality and Observable. Andrei Khrennikov is studying Bell's theorem, which is a component of Quantum. His Quantum mechanics research incorporates elements of Test, Sample and Volume.

His Quantum probability research includes elements of Interpretations of quantum mechanics, Quantum cognition, Statistical physics, Quantum state and Algorithm. Andrei Khrennikov combines subjects such as Statistical hypothesis testing, Bohr model and Complementarity with his study of Quantum nonlocality. His studies in Observable integrate themes in fields like Hermitian matrix and Uncertainty principle.

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Ubiquitous Quantum Structure

Andrei Y. Khrennikov.

Ubiquitous Quantum Structure: From Psychology to Finance **(2010)**

525 Citations

Quantum Social Science

Emmanuel Haven;Andrei Khrennikov.

qss **(2013)**

494 Citations

Non-Archimedean analysis : quantum paradoxes, dynamical systems and biological models

Andrei Khrennikov.

**(1997)**

490 Citations

Ubiquitous quantum structure : from psychology to finance

Andrei Khrennikov.

**(2010)**

481 Citations

Interpretations of Probability

Andrei Khrennikov.

**(1999)**

421 Citations

p-Adic Valued Distributions in Mathematical Physics

Andrei Y. Khrennikov.

**(1994)**

421 Citations

Non-Archimedean Analysis

Andrei Khrennikov.

**(1997)**

381 Citations

Contextual Approach to Quantum Formalism

Andrei Khrennikov.

**(2009)**

337 Citations

Information dynamics in cognitive, psychological, social and anomalous phenomena

Andrei Khrennikov.

**(2004)**

289 Citations

Applied Algebraic Dynamics

Vladimir Anashin;Andrei Khrennikov.

**(2009)**

237 Citations

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