We present a description of certain limits associated with the Schrödinger equation, the classical wave equation, and Maxwell equations. Such limits are mainly characterized by the competition of two fundamental scales. More precisely: (1) The competition of an exploratory wavelength and the scale of fluctuations is associated with the media where the propagation takes place. From that, the universal behaviors arise eikonal and anti-eikonal. (2) In the context above, it is specially relevant and promising the study of propagation of electromagnetic waves in a media with a self-similar structure, like a fractal one. These systems offer the suggestive scenario where the eikonal and anti-eikonal behaviors are simultaneous. This kind of study requires large and massive computations that are mainly possible in the framework of the cloud computing. Recently, we started to carry out this task. (3) Finally and as a collateral aspect, we analyze the Planck constant in the interval .