Lawrence S Schulman


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Lawrence S

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Schulman

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  • 2017-12 Decoherence, the Density Matrix, the Thermal State and the Classical World in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 2016-11 Special States Demand a Force for the Observer in FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICS
  • 2016-11 Looking for the Source of Change in FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICS
  • 2015-07 Is ergodicity a reasonable hypothesis for macroscopic systems? in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL SPECIAL TOPICS
  • 2014 Two-Way Thermodynamics: Could It Really Happen? in DIRECTION OF TIME
  • 2014 A Computer’s Arrow of Time in DIRECTION OF TIME
  • 2012-03 Spectral Properties of Zero Temperature Dynamics in a Model of a Compacting Granular Column in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 2011-12 Violation of the Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics for a Non-ergodic Interaction in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 2011-09 Homotopy and Path Integrals in the Time-dependent Aharonov-Bohm Effect in FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICS
  • 2011-03 Stochastic dynamics, efficiency and sustainable power production in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL D
  • 2007-12 Decoherence Induced Equilibration in FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICS
  • 2007 Jump Time and Passage Time: The Duration ofs a Quantum Transition in TIME IN QUANTUM MECHANICS
  • 2002 Jump Time and Passage Time: The Duration of a Quantum Transition in TIME IN QUANTUM MECHANICS
  • 1997-12 Watching it boil: Continuous observation for the quantum zeno effect in FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICS
  • 1994-11 Special states in the spin-boson model in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1994-02 Fluctuations in mean-field self-organized criticality in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1992-01 Anomalous diffusion in a random velocity field in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1991-07 Infinite-range mean-field percolation: Transfer matrix study of longitudinal correlation length in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1990-03 Model apparatus for quantum measurements in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1989-10 Metastable decay rates and analytic continuation in LETTERS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
  • 1989-01 Dirac equation path integral: Interpreting the Grassmann variables in IL NUOVO CIMENTO D
  • 1986-11 Complex temperature plane zeros in the mean-field approximation in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1986-04 Wedges I in FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICS
  • 1984-01 Metastability and analyticity in a dropletlike model in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1983-07 Layer-by-layer growth of solid4He on graphite in JOURNAL OF LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS
  • 1982-01 Percolation analysis of stochastic models of galactic evolution in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1981-11 Infinite clusters in percolation models in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1981-09 Ground state degeneracy and ferromagnetism in a spin glass in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1980-08 Complex free energies and metastable lifetimes in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1978-09 Statistical mechanics of a dynamical system based on Conway's game of Life in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1978-03 Metastability in the two-dimensional ising model in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1977-04 Thermodynamic arrow for a mixing system in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS
  • 1975 Phase transitions as catastrophes in DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS—WARWICK 1974
  • 1973-07 Functional integration for Bose fields in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1972-12 Signals from the future in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS
  • 1971-03 Gravitational shock waves from tachyons in IL NUOVO CIMENTO B (1971-1996)
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