#### Peter Morgan

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*[Moderator's note: This discussion has been spun off from another thread since it was getting into a more technical area only tangentially related to the original thread's topic. Some posts have been edited slightly for the new context.]*

They're too technical for the question here, and only very indirectly connected to the OP's issue of collapse, but for Leon Cohen, there's Found. Phys. 18, 983 (1986), Proc. IEEE 77, 941(1989), and Time-Frequency Analysis.

My published papers, FWIW, are Physics Letters

**A 321**(2004) 216–224; Physics Letters

**A 338**(2005) 8–12; J. Phys. A: Math. Gen.

**39**(2006) 7441–7455; JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS

**48**, 122302 (2007); EPL,

**87**(2009) 31002 (non-paywalled versions can be accessed on arXiv through an author search). I think of all except the first as about the relationship between quantum fields and random fields, the latter of which can be quite directly understood as a specific formalism for stochastic signal analysis. I would not think of them as articulating an interpretation, however they could be read by a generous reader as moving towards an interpretation.

Also, by me somewhat deprecated, an invited chapter in "R. Abtamowicz and P. Lounesto (eds.), Clifford Algebras and Spinor Structures, pp28l-300" (which derived from my MSc thesis); an invited conference paper, AIP Conference Proceedings

**889**, 187 (2007); and a rather trivial comment, Eur. J. Phys. 32 (2011) L1–L2.

You'll see that there's a gap since 2009, which I think or pretend to myself is because I've been thinking hard about how to proceed in my research rather than just repeating what I did before.

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