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Lecture Notes on Physics
THE author says in his preface that the book “may be supposed to represent the notes, somewhat expanded, which the teacher would desire the class to take down and learn.” If so, the “notes”before usExpand
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The classical limit for quantum mechanical correlation functions
For quantum systems of finitely many particles as well as for boson quantum field theories, the classical limit of the expectation values of products of Weyl operators, translated in time by theExpand
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Proof of the Bogoliubov-Parasiuk theorem on renormalization
A new proof is given that the subtraction rules ofBogoliubov andParasiuk lead to well-defined renormalized Green's distributions. A collection of the counter-terms in “trees” removes the difficultiesExpand
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Influence of eye position on activity in monkey superior colliculus.
1. Most recording studies on the role of the monkey superior colliculus (SC) in eye movement generation have so far indicated that the code of the recruited population of cells is a fixed vectorExpand
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The Vlasov dynamics and its fluctuations in the 1/N limit of interacting classical particles
AbstractFor classicalN-particle systems with pair interactionN−1 $$\mathop \Sigma \limits_{1 \leqq i \leqq j \leqq N} $$ ø(qi−qi) the Vlasov dynamics is shown to be thew*-limit asN→∞. Propagation ofExpand
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On Listing's law
Listing's law states that visual directions of sight are related to rotations of the eye so that all rotation axes lie in a plane. The geometry ofSO(3) indicates several plausible algorithms how theExpand
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On the superradiant phase transition for molecules in a quantized radiation field: the dicke maser model
Abstract A system of N two-level molecules coupled to finitely many modes of a quantized radiation field via a truncated dipolar interaction is investigated. The thermodynamic and correlationExpand
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I) Philosophy of Mathematics and Natural Science
This article reviews (I) Philosophy of Mathematics and Natural Science Hermann Weyl. 336 pp. , Princeton, NJ, 2009. Price: $35.00(paper). ISBN 978-0-691-14120-6.
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Spatio-temporal recoding of rapid eye movement signals in the monkey paramedian pontine reticular formation (PPRF)
SummaryThe integrity of the paramedian pontine reticular formation (PPRF) is necessary for the generation of rapid eye movements. The main saccade-related population is of the burst type withExpand
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