Title : Optics, optical systems, new estimations from the optical equivalence principle and spectral analyses
The corrections to the wavefunction of a particles can therefore be applied toto the energy levels, and to the phase, respectively: • constrains for the non-relativistic or geometrical corrections, relativistic-particles corrections • optical systems contributions • gravitomagnetic effects • semiclassicalization techniques Considerations of systems admitting a Haar measure, of which some subgroups are not efficient enough to recover the complete support of the quantum system(s). Comparisosn of Birkhoff ’s theorem of asymptotic flatness wrt contributions arising from celestial objects at galactical scales and extragalactical ones at (parametrized) Post-Newtonian orders. Interferometer methods for detecting the implications of Teukolsky eq.for circular orbit test particles within the Penrose formalism (and Newmann-Penrose) ( weighted spin harmonics). Spectrometer techniques for defining the background metric wrt asymptotic fltatness in Earth-based experiments, Satellite experiments and space-missions optical-interferometer experiments. Within quantum experiments and optical experiments, the possibility to detect new types of particles and new types of interactions are proposed. New extensions for the Optical equivalence principle are formulated, and applied to different types of quantum systems, semiclassical systems and optical systems. The control of the spectral analysis id proposed, to distinguish quantum contributions and gravitational contributions.