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Classical dynamics and its quantum analogues.

by David Park

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English


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SeriesLecturenotes in physics -- 110
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Open LibraryOL15025147M
ISBN 100387095659

Quantum walks are quantum analogues of classical random contrast to the classical random walk, where the walker occupies definite states and the randomness arises due to stochastic transitions between states, in quantum walks randomness arises through: (1) quantum superposition of states, (2) non-random, reversible unitary evolution and (3) collapse of the wave function due to state. $\begingroup$ Divergences are always a problem, whether we can reabsorb them into unobservable parameters or not. Just because we can hide the divergence into a counter-term doesn't mean that there is not a problem. In classical mechanics, and in quantum mechanics, a divergence always make the theory ill-defined. (note that "rigorous" treatments of QFT always study the regularised theory, say.

Classical Dynamics and Its Quantum Analogues believe that historically and conceptually classical dynamics backbone of physics, is the to my own book I have not (Park ) I, but all are to be found there. I should mention a debt of gratitude once anyhow: mechanics problems. This book is devoted to the consistent and systematic application of group theory to quantum mechanics. Beginning with a detailed introduction to the classical theory of groups, Dr. Weyl continues with an account of the fundamental results of quantum physics.

  Classical Dynamics and its quantum [email protected] Classical and Quantum Dissipative [email protected] Classical and Quantum Dynamics From Classical Paths to Path [email protected] From Classical to Quantum Mechanics Giampiero Esposito, Giuseppe Marmo, George Sudarshan Providing a textbook introduction to the formalism, foundations and applications of quantum mechanics, Part I covers the basic material necessary to understand the transition from classical to wave mechanics.


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Classical Dynamics and Its Quantum Analogues. Authors (view affiliations) David Park; Book. 24 Citations; Nowadays those who look into the subject are more likely to be struck by unexpected similarities between quantum and classical mechanics than by dramatic contrasts they had been led to expect.

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A droplet can be made to bounce indefinitely in a stationary position on a vibrating fluid surface. This is possible due to a pervading air layer that prevents the drop from coalescing into the bath. Quantum Classical Analogies is a genuine signature of quantum dynamics. Our results identify what quantum processes are implementable by classical means, which is an open question in quantum.

The book shows in many examples the relations between quantum and classical mechanics and uses classical methods to derive most of the observational tests of general : Diogenes Campos. Classical Dynamics and Its Quantum Analogues SpringerLink ~ Classical Dynamics and Its Quantum Analogues Authors David Park Book 22k Downloads Hamiltonian dynamics Pages The HamiltonJacobi theory Pages Action and phase Pages Theory of perturbations Pages The motion of a rigid body Pages Continuous systems.

The Quantum Potential. Quantum phenomena arise from the presence of the interfacial potential. To appreciate its effect, consider a sequence of classical particles in order of decreasing size.

They become increasingly susceptible to the influence of the interfacial potential in the same order. Complex Dynamics of Real Quantum, Classical and Hybrid Micro-Machines From Causally Complete Quantum Mechanics to the Efficient Nanotechnology and Development Concept Back-cover book description.

The lasting stagnation of fundamental sci-ence becomes an increasingly urgent problem, especially by contrast to ap-Cited by: 6. Classical mechanics (as well as classical electrodynamics) is an effective coarse-grained description of macroscopic bodies describing the relevant macroscopic degrees of freedom as an average over many irrelevant microscopic degrees of freedom as, e.g., in quantum kinetic theory, which can be derived from quantum many-body theory.

There are many proposals for writing Classical and Quantum Mechanics in the same language. Some approaches use complex functions for classical probability densities [] and other define functions of two variables from single variable quantum wave functions [2,3].Our approach is to use the same concepts in both types of dynamics but in their own realms, not using foreign unnatural by: 2.

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The detailed explanations of classical concepts such as data compression and encoding help put the quantum analogues in context. There are copious worked examples, and all exercises have full solutions given at the rear of the book their treatment of more mainstream parts of quantum information is clear, concise and comprehensive.The reason is that all assertions of the first two chapters have been proved in our book Lecture Notes in Classical and Quantum Physics (Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, ), to which the interested reader might refer.

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