Signatures of Quantum-like Chaos in Spacing Intervals of Non-trivial Riemann Zeta Zeros and in Turbulent Fluid Flows
Year: 2001 Pages: 31
Keywords: fractal structure of spacing intervals of Riemann zeta zeros, quantum-like chaos in Riemann zeta zeros, selforganized criticality in Riemann zeta zeros
The spacing intervals of adjacent Riemann zeta zeros (nontrivial) exhibit fractal (irregular) fluctuations generic to dynamical systems in nature such as fluid flows, heart beat patterns, stock market price index, etc., and are associated with unpredictability or chaos. The power spectra of such fractal space-time fluctuations exhibit inverse power-law form and signify long-range correlations, identified as self-organized criticality. A cell dynamical system model developed by the author for turbulent fluid flows provides a unique quantification for the observed power spectra in terms of the statistical normal distribution, such that the variance represents the statistical probability densities. Such a result that the additive amplitudes of eddies when squared, represent the statistical probabilities is an observed feature of the subatomic dynamics of quantum systems such as an electron or photon. Self-organized criticality is therefore a signature of quantum-like chaos in dynamical systems. The model concepts are applicable to all real world (observed) and computed (mathematical model) dynamical systems. Continuous periodogram analyses of the fractal fluctuations of Riemann zeta zero spacing intervals show that the power spectra follow the unique and universal inverse power-law form of the statistical normal distribution. The Riemann zeta zeros therefore exhibit quantum-like chaos, the spacing intervals of the zeros representing the energy (variance) level spacings of quantum-like chaos inherent to dynamical systems in nature. The cell dynamical system model is a general systems theory applicable to dynamical systems of all size scales.