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DATE

1985

AUTHORS

Martin Gutzwiller

ABSTRACT

The different roles of chaos in physics are discussed, and 2 examples of a smooth kind of chaos are given. First, the proliferation of small terms and the occurrence of small denominators is shown to cause serious difficulties in the practical calculations of the moon’s motion through the sky. Second, the scattering of an electron on a rigid molecule is reduced to the motion of a particle on a surface of negative curvature. The resulting phase shift is an analytic, and yet chaotic function of the wave vector. More... »

PAGES

149-164

Book

TITLE

Chaotic Behavior in Quantum Systems

ISBN

978-1-4612-9485-6
978-1-4613-2443-0

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