Non-linear Dynamics And Fundamental Interactions by Faqir KhannaNon-linear Dynamics And Fundamental Interactions by Faqir Khanna

Non-linear Dynamics And Fundamental Interactions

byFaqir KhannaEditorDavron Matrasulov

Paperback | December 1, 2005

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The book is directed to researchers and graduate students pursuing an advanced degree. It provides details of techniques directed towards solving problems in non-linear dynamics and chos that are, in general, not amenable to a perturbative treatment. The consideration of fundamental interactions is a prime example where non-perturbative techniques are needed. Extension of these techniques to finite temperature problems is considered. At present these ideas are primarily used in a perturbative context. However, non-perturbative techniques have been considered in some specific cases. Experts in the field on non-linear dynamics and chaos and fundamental interactions elaborate the techniques and provide a critical look at the present status and explore future directions that may be fruitful. The text of the main talks will be very useful to young graduate students who are starting their studies in these areas.
Title:Non-linear Dynamics And Fundamental InteractionsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:350 pagesPublished:December 1, 2005Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1402039484

ISBN - 13:9781402039485

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Table of Contents

Preface. Nonlinear Dynamics. Heat conduction in one dimensional systems: Fourier law, chaos, and heat control; G. Casati, Baowen Li. Quantum graphs which sound the same; T. Shapira, U. Smilansky. Scarred states in strongly coupled quantum systems; B. Sundaram. Nonlinear Quantum Dynamics; S. Habib. Signatures of quantum chaos in open chaotic billiards; A.F. Sadreev, K.F. Berggren. From quantum graphs to quantum random walks; G.K. Tanner. Semiclassics and propagation of coherent states for spin-orbit coupling problems; J. Bolte. Loss of inhomogeneously driven dynamical systems: general theory, regular and chaotic properties, applications; V.N. Damgov. Quantum chaos in floppy molecular systems: the licn molecule; F. Borondo, R.M. Benito.Modern aspects of the three-body Coulomb problem; J. Madronero, A. Buchleitner. Concerning regularities of particles motion in the electric and thermoelectric fields with distributed potential; V.I. Fedulov. Theory of relativistic ideal gas for quasi and ordinary particles; M.R. Jumaev. Finite-temperature quantum billiards; U. Salomov et al. Chaotic dynamics of the relativistic kicked rotor; G. Milibaeva et al.The largest Lyapunov exponents for the relativistic hydrogenlike atom in a uniform magnetic field; S. Avazbaev et al. Fundamental Interactions. Thermal Field Theory: Algebraic Aspects and Applications to Confined Systems; A.E. Santana et al. Thermofield Dynamics: Generalized Bogoliubov Transformations and Applications to Casimir Effect; F.C. Khanna et al. A force from nothing onto nothing: Casimir effect between bubbles in the Fermi sea; A. Wirzba.Quantum Chaos in QCD and hadrons; H. Markum et al. QCD instanton vacuum effective action; M. M. Musakhanov. New Casimir energy calculations for single cavities; H. Ahmedov, I.H. Duru. Quantum Field Theory for Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions; Sang Pyo Kim. The . in the Chiral Model; K. Nasriddinov et al.Ginzburg Landau theory of superconductivity: beyond the post Gaussian approximation; A. Rakhimov et al. The s-wave ..d scattering length from ..d atom using effective field theory; B.F. Irgaziev, B.A. Fayzullaev. Spectra of Quarkonia at finite-temperature; K. Butanov et al. Chaotization of the periodically driven quarkonia; D. Otajanov et al. Quantum Chaos at Finite Temperature; D. Matrasulov et al. Index.