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A trajectory-based understanding of quantum interference
Interference is one of the most fundamental features which characterizes quantum systems. Here we provide an exhaustive analysis of the interfere dynamics associated with wave-packet superpositions
A Bohmian approach to quantum fractals
A quantum fractal is a wavefunction with a real and an imaginary part continuous everywhere, but differentiable nowhere. This lack of differentiability has been used as an argument to deny the
Applied Bohmian mechanics
Abstract Bohmian mechanics provides an explanation of quantum phenomena in terms of point-like particles guided by wave functions. This review focuses on the use of nonrelativistic Bohmian mechanics
Particle diffraction studied using quantum trajectories
Diffraction and interference of matter waves are key phenomena in quantum mechanics. Here we present some results on particle diffraction in a wide variety of situations, ranging from simple slit
A causal look into the quantum Talbot effect.
The authors provide an insightful picture of this nonlocal phenomenon as well as its classical limit in terms of Bohmian mechanics, also showing the causal reasons and conditions that explain its appearance.
Quantum Markovian activated surface diffusion of interacting adsorbates.
A quantum Markovian activated atom-surface diffusion model with interacting adsorbates is proposed for the intermediate scattering function, which is shown to be complex-valued and factorizable into
Generalized Chudley-Elliott vibration-jump model in activated atom surface diffusion.
A generalized Chudley-Elliott expression for the activated atom surface diffusion which takes into account the coupling between both low-frequency vibrational motion (namely, the frustrated translational modes) and diffusion is provided.