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Quantum chaos : a new paradigm of nonlinear dynamics by Katsuhiro Nakamura

By Katsuhiro Nakamura

Just about all the numerous prior reviews on chaos were fascinated with classical platforms. This e-book, in spite of the fact that, is without doubt one of the first to accommodate quantum chaos, the traditional development from such classical structures. during this e-book the writer offers with 3 significant matters in quantum chaos. First, quantum mechanics is utilized to either bounded and open platforms showing classical chaos. capability difficulties regarding quantum chaos are printed in various components of solid-state technological know-how, and traditional innovations reminiscent of diamagnetism, antiferromagnetism, spin waves, electric conductance and so forth are proven in a clean gentle via quantum chaos. moment, adiabatic-ansatz eigenvalue difficulties are proven to yield a brand new paradigm of non-linear dynamics, final the space among the significantly various theories of solitons and random matrices. ultimately, the writer offers a clue to how quantum mechanics will be stronger that allows you to accommodate temporal chaos. First released in 1993, this booklet could be of worth to researchers and graduate scholars in physics and arithmetic learning chaos, non-linear dynamics, quantum mechanics and solid-state technological know-how

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