Study of equations for Tippe Top and related rigid bodies Nils Rutstam

... it is spun fast enough on its spherical part it starts to turn upside down and ends up spinning on the peg. This counterintuitive behaviour, called inversion, is a curious feature of this dynamical system that has been studied for some time, but obtaining a complete description of the dynamics of in ...

... it is spun fast enough on its spherical part it starts to turn upside down and ends up spinning on the peg. This counterintuitive behaviour, called inversion, is a curious feature of this dynamical system that has been studied for some time, but obtaining a complete description of the dynamics of in ...

Nonlocality in multipartite correlation networks LARS ERIK WÜRFLINGER

... to the marginal distribution of A, a notation we will use in a few cases. In most cases, however, the ambiguity will be resolved by either context or the use of suggestive labels a, x and b, y as above. Another notational issue concerns the sets of measurement choices and their corresponding outcome ...

... to the marginal distribution of A, a notation we will use in a few cases. In most cases, however, the ambiguity will be resolved by either context or the use of suggestive labels a, x and b, y as above. Another notational issue concerns the sets of measurement choices and their corresponding outcome ...

Reconstruction on Wigner Functions on Different

... arbitrary accuracy in principle. This permits precise measurement of conjugated variables such as position and momentum, and allows joint probability density distribution to be constructed for a phase-space description of dynamics. The lack of commutability of conjugated observables in quantum mecha ...

... arbitrary accuracy in principle. This permits precise measurement of conjugated variables such as position and momentum, and allows joint probability density distribution to be constructed for a phase-space description of dynamics. The lack of commutability of conjugated observables in quantum mecha ...

1.1 - ChaosBook.org

... This book is a result of collaborative labors of many people over a span of several decades. Coauthors of a chapter or a section are indicated in the byline to the chapter/section title. If you are referring to a speciﬁc coauthored section rather than the entire book, cite it as (for example): C. Ch ...

... This book is a result of collaborative labors of many people over a span of several decades. Coauthors of a chapter or a section are indicated in the byline to the chapter/section title. If you are referring to a speciﬁc coauthored section rather than the entire book, cite it as (for example): C. Ch ...

Particle Detectors in Curved Space Quantum Field Theory

... representations lead to the Fock representation in a natural way. However, in any arbitrary space, such a high degree of symmetry may not always exist, resulting in there being no particular representation which stands out as the above representation does in Minkowski Space. In this chapter we will ...

... representations lead to the Fock representation in a natural way. However, in any arbitrary space, such a high degree of symmetry may not always exist, resulting in there being no particular representation which stands out as the above representation does in Minkowski Space. In this chapter we will ...

a study for the propagation of electromagnetic waves over

... propagation constants of the various waves in the radial direction from the source. This gives rise to the well-known Sommerfeld integrals which are highly oscillatory and slowly-decaying in nature, especially when the source is mounted just on top of a planar boundary between two media of arbitrary ...

... propagation constants of the various waves in the radial direction from the source. This gives rise to the well-known Sommerfeld integrals which are highly oscillatory and slowly-decaying in nature, especially when the source is mounted just on top of a planar boundary between two media of arbitrary ...

Coherent Control of Polarized Neutron Interferometry

... interferometer to separate two paths where spin states are independently manipulated. The final measurement is made on the spin degree of freedom, so we observe spinbased contrast without a need for coherence in the path degree of freedom. This is difficult to achieve in a spin-echo interferometer b ...

... interferometer to separate two paths where spin states are independently manipulated. The final measurement is made on the spin degree of freedom, so we observe spinbased contrast without a need for coherence in the path degree of freedom. This is difficult to achieve in a spin-echo interferometer b ...

QUANTUM COMPUTING

... for a new source of fundamental principles and basic laws. For example, concerning the particles, the questions of the movement of particles may be superseded by how particles can be utilized for information processing. Finally, let us observe some similarities between energy and information. Both o ...

... for a new source of fundamental principles and basic laws. For example, concerning the particles, the questions of the movement of particles may be superseded by how particles can be utilized for information processing. Finally, let us observe some similarities between energy and information. Both o ...

Ph.D. Thesis Chirag Dhara

... This remained a burning philosophical question until path-breaking research by John Bell where he proved a no-go theorem [Bel64] implying that classical (local deterministic) hidden-variable theories are inconsistent with quantum mechanics. Therefore, none of these could ever render a deterministic ...

... This remained a burning philosophical question until path-breaking research by John Bell where he proved a no-go theorem [Bel64] implying that classical (local deterministic) hidden-variable theories are inconsistent with quantum mechanics. Therefore, none of these could ever render a deterministic ...

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... (but harmlessly, I suppose) assume that quantum mechanics is the one and only true theory that encompasses all these phenomena, largely ignore the facts and confine myself to discussing the theory. But the crucial point that I will explore in the first chapter, is that no interpretation of the theor ...

... (but harmlessly, I suppose) assume that quantum mechanics is the one and only true theory that encompasses all these phenomena, largely ignore the facts and confine myself to discussing the theory. But the crucial point that I will explore in the first chapter, is that no interpretation of the theor ...

Leaking Chaotic Systems

... There are numerous physical situations in which a hole or leak is introduced in an otherwise closed chaotic system. The leak can have a natural origin, it can mimic measurement devices, and it can also be used to reveal dynamical properties of the closed system. A unified treatment of leaking system ...

... There are numerous physical situations in which a hole or leak is introduced in an otherwise closed chaotic system. The leak can have a natural origin, it can mimic measurement devices, and it can also be used to reveal dynamical properties of the closed system. A unified treatment of leaking system ...

Differential Equations - The University of Texas at Dallas

... Another type of population model is the Gopertz growth model. It is similar to the logistic equation in that the model assumes the population will increase at a rate proportional to the size of the population.That means the population will increase a a rate of kP (t). The like the logistic model the ...

... Another type of population model is the Gopertz growth model. It is similar to the logistic equation in that the model assumes the population will increase at a rate proportional to the size of the population.That means the population will increase a a rate of kP (t). The like the logistic model the ...

Quantum conditional probability - E

... probability in quantum theory, both at a mathematical and physically meaningful level. We defend that the probability defined by the Lüders rule, the only possible candidate to play such a role, cannot be interpreted as such. This claim holds whether quantum events are interpreted as projection oper ...

... probability in quantum theory, both at a mathematical and physically meaningful level. We defend that the probability defined by the Lüders rule, the only possible candidate to play such a role, cannot be interpreted as such. This claim holds whether quantum events are interpreted as projection oper ...

Analytical Mechanics, Seventh Edition

... has taken a year of calculus-based general physics and a year of differential/integral calculus. We recommend that a course in differential equations and matrix algebra be taken prior to, or concurrently with, this course in classical mechanics. The seventh edition of this text adheres to the same g ...

... has taken a year of calculus-based general physics and a year of differential/integral calculus. We recommend that a course in differential equations and matrix algebra be taken prior to, or concurrently with, this course in classical mechanics. The seventh edition of this text adheres to the same g ...

Ph125: Quantum Mechanics

... The state of a particle is represented by a vector |ψ(t) i in a Hilbert space. What do we mean by this? We shall define Hilbert space and vectors therein rigorously later; it suffices to say for now that a vector in a Hilbert space is a far more complicated thing than the two numbers x and p that wo ...

... The state of a particle is represented by a vector |ψ(t) i in a Hilbert space. What do we mean by this? We shall define Hilbert space and vectors therein rigorously later; it suffices to say for now that a vector in a Hilbert space is a far more complicated thing than the two numbers x and p that wo ...

Current Fluctuations in Hybrid-Superconductor Normal Structures

... equilibrium value and makes the noise frequency dependent. The so called shot noise occurs due to the discreteness of the electrical charge. Both thermal and shot noise are classical concepts. Additionally, in the high-frequency regime, so called quantum noise emerges from zero-point fluctuations [2 ...

... equilibrium value and makes the noise frequency dependent. The so called shot noise occurs due to the discreteness of the electrical charge. Both thermal and shot noise are classical concepts. Additionally, in the high-frequency regime, so called quantum noise emerges from zero-point fluctuations [2 ...

Modern Physics for Science and Engineering (eval).

... knowledge of elementary calculus. Even quantum theory and statistical mechanics are easily managed with this approach through the introduction of operator algebra and with the occasional use of one of the ﬁve deﬁnite integrals provided in Appendix A. This reduced mathematical emphasis allows student ...

... knowledge of elementary calculus. Even quantum theory and statistical mechanics are easily managed with this approach through the introduction of operator algebra and with the occasional use of one of the ﬁve deﬁnite integrals provided in Appendix A. This reduced mathematical emphasis allows student ...