New PDF release: Classical and Quantum Dynamics: From Classical Paths to Path

By Martin Reuter, Walter Dittrich

ISBN-10: 3319216775

ISBN-13: 9783319216775

Graduate scholars who are looking to get to grips with complicated computational techniques in classical and quantum dynamics will locate the following either the basics of a customary direction and a close remedy of the time-dependent oscillator, Chern-Simons mechanics, the Maslov anomaly and the Berry section, to call a number of. Well-chosen and exact examples illustrate the perturbation thought, canonical alterations, the motion precept and exhibit the use of direction integrals.

This new version has been revised and enlarged with chapters on quantum electrodynamics, excessive power physics, Green’s capabilities and robust interplay.

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