Topological Phase Fields, Baecklund Transformations, and Fine Structure

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Binder, Bernd
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Quantum coupling is defined by comparing the evolution of an input to an output phase, where the phase is evolving on a curved pseudospherical surface. The difference given by interference obeys a single-valuedness condition since the output phase is coupling back to the input phase. We arrive at B\"acklund transforms and corresponding sine-Gordon soliton equation. The idealized resonance or feedback condition corresponds to an oscillator potential that can be mapped by projective geometry to Coulomb coupling, where the effective coupling strength can be iteratively determined.