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Topos Perspective on the Kochen=nSpeckerTheorem: III. Von Neumann Algebras as theBase Category

- J. Hamilton, C. Isham, J. Butterfield
- Mathematics, Physics
- 5 November 1999

We extend the topos-theoretic treatment given in previous papers of assigningvalues to quantities in quantum theory, and of related issues such as theKochen–Specker theorem. This extension has two… Expand

The uniformly accelerated reference frame

- J. Hamilton
- Physics
- 1978

The observations that would be made by a uniformly accelerated observer are considered in detail. These include the observer’s event horizon, the variation of clock rates with position (which implies… Expand

The rotation and precession of relativistic reference frames

- J. Hamilton
- Physics
- 1 February 1981

The Clifford algebra of three- and four-vectors is reviewed and used to examine the nature of the rotation and precession of accelerating reference frames in Minkowskian space-time, and freely… Expand

The conformal invariance of the coupled spinor-vector fields

- J. Hamilton
- Physics
- 1 February 1973

Conformal invariance of the coupled spinor–vector fields in Minkowski space is reviewed. The conservation laws corresponding to this 15-parameter Lie group are found and shown to be similar to those… Expand

KINEMATICS OF ELECTRON SPIN

- J. Hamilton
- Physics
- 1997

The simplest algebraic relations that describe vectors and rotations are shown to describe spinors as well. Matrix-free methods of doing calculations with the Pauli and Dirac algebras are introduced… Expand

Discussion: “Friction Factors for Turbulent Flow in Curved Pipes” (Itō, H., 1959, ASME J. Basic Eng., 81, pp. 123–132)

- J. Hamilton
- Physics
- 1 June 1959

Finite Element Solutions for Steady State Visco-Plastic Flow

- J. Hamilton, H. Meyer
- Mathematics
- 1 December 1976

Finite element approximate solutions are discussed for the problem of steady state, incompressible, laminar visco-plastic flow in a cylinder. The finite element method is of nearly zero boundary… Expand

The Classical Electrodynamics of Interacting Particles

- J. Hamilton
- Physics
- 1 October 1971

A new action integral describing the interactions among point particles in classical electrodynamics is presented. It is a simple generalization of a method introduced by Rohrlich. The theory is… Expand

Muon decay in an SU(2) x U(1) gauge theory with spinor and vector higgs fields and massive majorana neutrinos

- J. Hamilton
- Physics
- 1986

Kinematics of electron spin

- J. Hamilton
- Physics
- 7 July 1997

The simplest algebraic relations that describe vectors and rotations are shown to describe spinors as well. Matrix-free methods of doing calculations with the Pauli and Dirac algebras are introduced… Expand

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