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Quantum nonintegrability

Quantum nonintegrability

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Published by World Scientific in Singapore, River Edge, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Integral equations.,
  • Quantum theory.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Da Hsuan Feng and Jian-Min Yuan.
    SeriesDirections in chaos -- vol. 4.
    ContributionsFeng, Da Hsuan, 1945-, Yuan, Jian-Min, 1944-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC174.17.I58 Q36 1992, QC174.17.I58 Q36 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 550 p. :
    Number of Pages550
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18008544M
    ISBN 109810206224
    LC Control Number92024407

    Quantum Computers, Factoring, and Decoherence. Pro c. of the Drexel-4 Sympo sium on quantum Nonintegrability This book is intended for designers and would-be designers of digital. Quantum Computer Science An Introduction In the s it was realized that quantum physics has some spectacular applications in computer science. This book is a concise introduction to quantum computation, developing the basic elements of this new branch of computational theory without assuming any background in physics.

    Get this from a library! Quantum classical correspondence: proceedings of the 4th Drexel Symposium on Quantum Nonintegrability, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA, September 8 . This book was set in Syntax and Times Roman by Westchester Book Group. Printed and bound in the United States of America. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Rieffel, Eleanor, – Quantum computing: a gentle introduction / Eleanor Rieffel and Wolfgang Polak. p. cm.—(Scientific and engineering computation)File Size: 6MB.

      Landauer, R., “Is quantum mechanically coherent computation useful?”, in Proceedings of the Drexel-4 Symposium on Quantum Nonintegrability—Quantum Classical Correspondence, D. H. Feng and B.-L. Hu (editors), International Press, Google ScholarCited by: [Show full abstract] of quantum-classical correspondence as well as the underlying problem of nonintegrability in quantum mechanics. The implication of dynamical symmetry breaking to quantum Author: Achim Ilchmann.


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The chapters on quantum chaos and Liouville surfaces stress a phase space geometry approach to semi-classical quantum theory. These lectures can serve as a basis for graduate seminars in mathematics and physics. -- Book DescriptionCited by: Quantum Classical Correspondence: Proceedings of the 4th Drexel Symposium on Quantum Nonintegrability, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA, September Paperback – January 1, by B.

Hu (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: B. Our DMV Seminar on 'Classical Nonintegrability, Quantum Chaos' intended to introduce students and beginning researchers to the techniques applied in nonin­ tegrable classical and quantum dynamics.

Several of these lectures are collected in this volume. The basic phenomenon of nonlinear dynamics is mixing in phase space, lead­ ing to a positive dynamical entropy and a loss of information about the.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages cm. Contents: Quantum chaotic scattering, R. Blumel; microwave ionization of Rydberg atoms, P. Koch and L. Moorman; geometry and quantum mechanics, L.N. Chang and Y.G. Liang; where is the chaos in two-electron atoms?, R. Blumel and W.P. Reinhardt; quantum classical correspondence and quantum.

Books Edited. Quantum Nonintegrability In the series of Directions in Chaos, Vol. IV (World Scientific, Singapore, ) D. Feng and J. Yuan, editors. Quantum Dynamics of Chaotic Systems Proceedings of Drexel Symposium on Quantum Nonintegrability (Gordon and Breach, Philadelphia, ).

This book includes several lectures given at the DMV Seminar "Classical Nonintegrability, Quantum Chaos". The aim of these lectures was to provide an introduction to the ideas and mathematical techniques of classical and quantum nonlinear dynamics. The series of three conferences held at Drexel University on Quantum Nonintegrability were devoted to the forum on “quantum chaos” and related topics.

In view of the rapid development in the physics of the quantum-classical interface, the conference organizers feel that it is timely to broaden the scope of the symposium to encompass one unifying theme: quantum-classical correspondence.

Landauer, “Is quantum mechanically coherent com-putation useful?” in Proceedings of the Drexel-4 Symposium on Quantum Nonintegrability— Quantum Classical Correspondence (D. Feng and B-L. Hu, eds.) International Press, to appear. Lecerf, “Machines de Turing r´eversibles.

Recursive´ insolubilite´ en de l’´equation, ou`File Size: KB. Book of Quantum Personal Injuries Assessment Board is the Government body which makes personal injury awards. Cited by: 3. prove nonintegrability of the adjoint in section 9. Although the proof is laborious, we give all details because the main theorems of the paper are based on that result.

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The concept of quantum nonintegrability can be constructed from the mathematical structures of quantum mechanics. It is shown that there is a natural geometrical description for a quantum system, which provides a suitable stage to investigate the time-honored question of quantum-classical correspondence as well as the underlying problem of nonintegrability in quantum by: in the book, Quantum Classical Correspondence: Proceedings of the 4th Drexel Symposium on Quantum Nonintegrability, held Philadelphia, September, pages (International Press, Cambridge Mass.

) D.H.~Feng and B-L~Hu, by: His research interests include classical, quantum and statistical mechanics. He is the author, with Markus Klein, of the book ‚Classical Planar Scattering by Coulombic Potentials‘ and, with Yakov Sinai, of the book ‚Classical Nonintegrability, Quantum Chaos‘.Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Domain theory, a subject that arose as a response to natural concerns in the semantics of computation, studies ordered sets which possess an unusual amount of mathematical structure. This book explores its connection with quantum information science and the concept that relates them: disorder.

Journals & Books; Help; Physics Reports. Articles and issues. About. Submit your article; Latest issue All issues. Search in this journal. VolumeIssues 1–2 Pages (February ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. select article Quantum nonintegrability in finite systems.

Quantum information processing is the result of using the physical reality that quantum theory tells us about for the purposes of performing tasks that were previously thought impossible or infeasible.

Devices that perform quantum in-formation processing are known as quantum computers. In this book File Size: 2MB. Let’s talk about the quantum computing books you’ve recommended, which you’ve ranked in order of difficulty. The first one on the list is Computing with Quantum Cats, which is by the British science writer John ’s written a number of popular science books, including In Search of Schrodinger’s this is a quantum computing book with no math at all.

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This book includes several lectures given at the DMV Seminar "Classical Nonintegrability, Quantum Chaos". The aim of these lectures was to provide an introduction to the ideas and mathematical techniques of classical and quantum nonlinear dynamics. The lecture by Viviane Baladi gives a much-needed overview of the current literature and includes.

In addition to the theory, the book also presents several important applications, including homogeneous potentials, Bianchi IX cosmological model, threebody problem, HnonHeiles system, etc. The book is based on the original joint research of the author with J.M. Peris, J.P.

Ramis and C. Sim, but an effort was made to present these achievements.Symposium on Quantum Nonintegrability— Quantum Classical Correspondence (D.

H. Feng and B-L. Hu, eds.) International Press, to appear. Y. Lecerf, “Machines de Turing r´eversibles. R´ecursive insolubilit´e en n 2 N de l’´equation u = n, o`u est un isomorphisme de codes,” Comptes Ren-dues de l’Acad´emie Franc¸aise des Sciences.The phrase ‘quantum jump’ or ‘quantum leap’ is now in common usage, and incorrectly too: a quantum jump is usually understood to represent a substantial change whereas a quantum jump in its physics context is usually something that is very small.

The successes of quantum mechanics have been extraordinary. Following the principles of quan.