let be (dS/dt)+(gra(S))^2/2m+(LS)+V(x) where L is the Laplacian Operator and V is the potential...could it be considered as the Hamiltan Jacobi equation for a particle under a potential Vtotal=V(x)+(LS) where S is the action(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Strange Hamilton Jacobi equation

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