Vrije Universiteit Brussel

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Jan Broekaert


Center Leo Apostel for

Interdisciplinary Studies

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Publications

Articles in monografies with international referee-system
  1. 1]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., D’Hooghe, B. and Sozzo S. , (2011). Quantum Structure in Economics: Risk Versus Ambiguity. In ‘Worldviews, Science and Us: Bridging Knowledge and Its Implications for Our Perspectives of the World’, Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., D’Hooghe, B., and Note, N. (Eds.), 281-303, Singapore: World Scientific.

  2. [2]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., D’Hooghe, B. and Note, N. (2011). Interdisciplinarity and bridging knowledge. In D. Aerts, J. Broekaert, B. D’Hooghe and N. Note (Eds.), ‘Worldviews, Science and Us: Bridging Knowledge and Its Implications for Our Perspectives of the World’. Singapore: World Scientific.

  3. [3]  Broekaert, J., (2005), The intrinsic multiplicity of science. Its internal and external confrontations, in ‘Worldview, Science and Us: Re-demarcating Knowledge and its Social and Ethical Implication’, (Eds.), Aerts D., d’Hooghe B. and Note N., Singapore: World Scientific.

Articles in journals with international referee-system


    1. [4]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., Czachor, M., Kuna, M., Sinervo, B. and Sozzo, S. (2014). Quantum structure in competing lizard communities, Ecological Modeling, (accepted for publication) 

      [5]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., Sozzo, S. and Veloz, T. (2013). Meaning-focused and Quantum- inspired Information Retrieval. Proceedings of QI2013-Seventh International Symposium on Quantum Interaction, Leicester University, 25-27/07/2013. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, (accepted for publication), Archive reference and link: http://uk.arxiv.org/abs/1304.0104. 

  1. [6]  Broekaert, J. (2013). The tacit quantum of meeting the ‘sign’; contextualize, entangle, collapse or decohere. In The Documentary Real (special issue), (Eds) Vanderbeeken, R., Leroy, F., Foundations of Science. (accepted for publication). 

  2. [7]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., Gabora, L. and Sozzo, S. (2012). Quantum Structure and Human Thought –Commentary, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36, 3, pp. 274-275.

  3. [8]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., Gabora, L. and Veloz, T. (2012). The Guppy Effect as Interference.
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 7620, 36–47. Archive reference and link: http://uk.arxiv.org/abs/1208.2362.

  4. [9]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., Czachor, M. and D’Hooghe, B. (2011). A quantum-conceptual explanation of violations of expected utility in economics. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 7052, 192–198. Archive reference and link: http://uk.arxiv.org/abs/1004.2525.

  5. [10]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., Gabora, L., (2011), A Case for Applying an Abstracted Quantum Formalism to Cognition, New Ideas in Psychology, 29(1), 136-146, quant-ph/040468.

  6. [11]  Broekaert, J., (2008), A spatially-VSL scalar gravity model with 1-PN limit of GRT, Foundations of Physics, 38, 409-435.

  7. [12]  Broekaert, J., (2007), A Lorentz-Poincar ́e type interpretation of the Weak Equivalence Principle. International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 46, 1722-1737, Arxiv ref.: gr-qc/0604107.

  8. [13]  Broekaert, J., Aerts, D., D’Hooghe, B., (2006), The Generalised Liar Paradox: A Quantum Model and Interpretation, Foundations of Science, 11, 399-418, Arxiv ref.: quant-ph/0404066.

  9. [14]  Broekaert, J., (2005), On a modified-Lorentz-transformation based gravity model confirming basic GRT experiments, Foundations of Physics, 35, 5, 839-864, Arxiv ref.: gr-qc/0309023.

  10. [15]  Gershenson, C., Broekaert, J., Aerts, D., (2003), Contextual random boolean networks, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 2801, 615-624.

  11. [16]  Aerts, D., Aerts, S., Broekaert, J., Gabora, L., (2000), The Violation of Bell Inequalities in the Macroworld, Foundations of Physics, 30, 9, 1387-1414.

  12. [17]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., Smets, S., (2000), A Quantum Structure Description of the Liar-paradox, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 38, 12, 3231-3239, quant-ph/0106131.

  1. [18]  Broekaert, J., D’Hooghe, B., (2000), A Model with Quantum Logic, but Non-Quantum Probability: The Product Test Issue, Foundations of Physics, 30, 9, 1481-1502.

  2. [19]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., Smets, S., (1999), The Liar-Paradox in a Quantum Mechanical Perspective, Foundations of Science, 4, 2, 115-132.

  3. [20]  Aerts, D., Broekaert, J., Smets, S., (1998), Inconsistencies in Constituent Theories of World Views: Quantum Mechanical Examples, Special Issue section Worldviews and Inconsistencies, Foundations of Science, 3, 2, 313-340.

  4. [21]  Broekaert, J., (1998), World Views. Elements of the Apostelian and General Approach, Foundations of Science, 3, 2, 235 - 258.

  5. [22]  Bijtebier, J., Broekaert, J., (1997), Using Salpeter’s propagator for solving the Bethe-Salpeter equation, Nuclear Physics, A, 612, 279-296.

  6. [23]  Bijtebier, J., Broekaert, J., (1996), On the three-dimensional reductions of the Bethe-Salpeter equation and their one-body limits, (two bosons and boson-fermion cases), J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part Phys., 22, 1727-1740.

  7. [24]  Bijtebier, J., Broekaert, J., (1996), On the three-dimensional reductions of the Bethe-Salpeter equation and their one-body limits, (two-fermion case), J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part Phys., 22, 559-578.

  8. [25]  Bijtebier, J., Broekaert, J., (1994), What happens with the relative time excitations after a three-dimensional reduction of the Bethe-Salpeter equation?, Nuovo Cimento, A 107, 1275- 1291.

  9. [26]  Bijtebier, J., Broekaert, J., (1992), The two-body plus potential problem between quantum field theory and relativistic quantum mechanics, (two-fermion and fermion-boson cases), Nuovo Cimento, A, 105, 625-640.

  10. [27]  Bijtebier, J., Broekaert, J., (1992), The two-body plus potential problem between quantum field theory and relativistic quantum mechanics, (spinless case), Nuovo Cimento, A, 105, 351-369.

 








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