Vorschlag eines Weges zur einheitlichen Beschreibung der Elementarteilchen / Recommendation of a Way to a Unified Description of Elementary Particles
This paper presents a concise overview of a voluminous theoretical study whose subject is a unified description of elementary particles. First of all, the empirical basis of the theoretical deliberations is presented and the most promising logical path is explored. Proceeding from equivalence principles and the fact that a unified description of the material world must be a unified theory of elementary particles a path is sketched that leads from a classical gravitation theory and a nonhermitian quantum structure theory to a representation of unified terms in a 6-dimensional carrier space of a Hilbert space. The equivalence of mass terms and the eigenvalue spectrum is then discussed. The necessity of a polymetric structure theory is developed from the cosmogeny of a protouniverse. A further demonstration shows that the consequent realisation of such a polymetric representation allows the separation from the pseudo-continuum of the discrete point spectrum of ponderable mass terms (to be interpreted as elementary particles) of all possible energetic field masses. This provides the desired unified description of the characteristics of the elementary particles. From this description it is evident that these elementary particles appear as final units. Structural characteristics are determined by complicated time expanded inner structures that, among other things, determine radioactive decay.This overview introduces the developmental paths as a work that evidently leads to a unified quantum field theory of matter and gravitation.