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### Need a draft to be reviewed (like peer reviewed)

Posted: Mon May 15, 2017 4:42 pm
I am an independent researcher and I need to review my article. In the past, I published an article entitled "The Nokton Theory", but I have received no advice or assistance. I therefore reviewed the document (version 2.0) and I wish a more important review by helping me from the community of "http://www.physicsgre.com". The new version is published on this link https://figshare.com/articles/Nokton_theory/1549720. Here is the plan of the revision:
1. We will look at the form of definitions and propositions from a mathematical point of view.
• We will look at the mathematical content of definitions and propositions.
• We will look at the total content from a physical point of view.
• We will look at the content from a languishing point of view.
• We will try to extend the document with new definitions and results.

### Re: Need a draft to be reviewed (like peer reviewed)

Posted: Tue May 16, 2017 7:30 am
Firstly, you should try to explain the motivation behind everything you define and not just write down relations. Secondly, I just read the first 2 pages and I don't understand why you have defined displacements in this complicated way. I can't see any real use for it.

### Re: Need a draft to be reviewed (like peer reviewed)

Posted: Tue May 16, 2017 3:19 pm
All definitions have a purpose.
I will make an introductory diagram to explain the hypothesis of "Nokton".

### Re: Need a draft to be reviewed (like peer reviewed)

Posted: Tue May 16, 2017 4:03 pm
A nokton is an object that has a position, an pulse and a charge. Position and pulse are variable, the charge is fixed.
A nokton during its movement can follow the path indicated in image (from 1 to 5). We suppose the nokton in position 1, it will move towards position 2. This displacement is not 100% certain (probability = 1) but it has a certain probability. This probability is exactly given by the value of the pulse. Thus the probability that the nokton follows path 1 to 5 is equal to the products of the pulses in the different directions. However, the pulses are also variable. Then we need to do the reverse. Fix a path then calculate the different impulses (probabilities) then make the product. So we will have the probability of this path.
Click to view image : http://hpics.li/cba23a7