After reading some of the other posts on the Forum, I'm clear on the fact that Bohmian trajectories (of the de Broglie Bohm formulation) and the paths of the Feynman path integral formulation are very different things.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm wondering (and it's a naive question, no doubt), when talking about Bohmian paths - if you have a particle at position A, and then later observe the particle at position B, are you assured that the path the particle took from A to B was continuous? That is, there is no uncertainty and the particle is assumed to 'exist' along the whole trajectory? (wondering in part how the de Broglie Bohm formulation deals with particle creation / annihilation along a trajectory)

Thanks all.

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# Bohmian trajectories vs. Feynman paths, always continuous?

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