Applet
1: Simulation of the entwined path and density of a
single electron (see text) is shown in blue (forward time) and red
(reverse time). The horizontal axis is the x-coordinate of
the entwined path (left) and the magnitude of the density (right).
The vertical axis is time for both graphs.

Applet
2: Simulation of the entwined paths and combined density
of two electrons, out of phase by a quarter-period. Two such
electrons are called a fiber.

Applet
3: Simulation of the entwined paths and combined density
of two fibers. One fiber is shifted by a half-period plus
epsilon relative to the other fiber. This arrangement of two
fibers (four electrons) is called a cord.

Applet
4: Simulation
of a cord (as in Applet 3) except that forward and reverse
densities are added simultaneously.

Applet
5: A sine wave is shaped from many cords (see text). In
this simulation, N=10, meaning
that there are 10 positions for delta functions in a half period.
At
each position there are enough delta functions to shape the sine
wave.

Applet
6: The smoothness of the sine wave generated in
Applet 5 can be improved arbitrarily by increasing N. In
this example, N=100 and only the density is shown.

Applet
7: An entwined path with a stochastic first cycle (see
text). Subsequent cycles are deterministic.

Applet
8: An entwined path with a stochastic first cycle and its
density.

Applet
9: Two entwined paths with stochastic first cycles
and the resulting density.

Applet
10: Thirty entwined paths with stochastic first
cycles and the resulting density.

Applet
11: The density resulting from 10,000 entwined paths
(with stochastic first cycles) is sinusoidal.