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2.1 Successive levels of development of the theory
2.2 First principles
3.1 Beyond differentiability
3.2 Continuity and nondifferentiability implies fractality
3.3 Explicit scale dependence on resolution
4.1.1 Differential dilation operator
4.1.2 Simplest differential scale law
4.1.3 Galilean relativity of scales
4.1.4 Scale transition
4.1.5 Scale relativity versus scale invariance
4.2.1 Theory
4.2.2 Applications
4.3.1 Discrete scale invariance, complex dimension and log-periodic behavior
4.3.2 Lagrangian approach to scale laws
4.3.3 Scale ‘dynamics’
4.3.4 Constant scale-force
4.3.5 Scale harmonic oscillator
4.3.6 Toward a generalized theory of scale-relativity
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Infinite number of geodesics
5.3 ‘Classical part’ and ‘fractal part’ of differentials
5.4 Discrete symmetry breaking
5.5.1 Origin of complex numbers in quantum mechanics
5.5.2 Complex velocity field
5.5.3 Complex time-derivative operator
5.6 Covariant mechanics induced by scale laws
5.7.3 Schr¨odinger equation
5.7.4 Compton length
5.7.5 Born and von Neumann postulates
5.7.6 Generalization to nondifferentiable wave function
5.7.7 Schr¨odinger form of other fundamental equations of physics
5.8.1 Curved and fractal space
5.8.2 Gravitational Schr¨odinger equation
5.8.3 Formation and evolution of gravitational structures
5.8.4 Possible solution to the “dark matter” problem
5.9.1 Morphogenesis
5.9.2 Formation, duplication and bifurcation
6.1.1 Theory
6.1.2 Quadratic invariant, Leibniz rule and complex velocity operator
6.2.1 Reflection symmetry breaking of spatial differential element
6.2.2 Spinors as bi-quaternionic wave-function
6.2.3 Free-particle bi-quaternionic Klein-Gordon equation
6.2.4 Dirac and Pauli equations
7.1 Introduction
7.2.1 Electromagnetic potential as resolution dilation field
7.2.2 Nature of gauge invariance
7.2.3 Electromagnetic field, electric charge and Lorentz force
7.3.1 Analysis of the problem
7.3.2 QED covariant derivative
7.3.3 Klein-Gordon equation in the presence of an electromagnetic field
7.3.4 Nature of the electric charge (quantum theory)
7.3.5 Charge quantization and mass-charge relations
7.4 Generalization to non-Abelian gauge theories
7.5 Generalized charges
8.1 Motivation
8.2 Schr¨odinger equation in scale-space
8.3 Schr¨odinger equation in terms of the djinn
8.4 Complexergy
8.5.1 Elementary particle physics
8.5.2 Biology: nature of first evolutionary leaps
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