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Scattering by a dielectric obstacle in a rectangular waveguide
A method for the computation of S-parameters associated with a rectangular waveguide with a rectangular or cylindrical obstacle of arbitrary complex scalar permittivity is presented. The method usesExpand
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Finite-Dimensional Bicomplex Hilbert Spaces
This paper is a detailed study of finite-dimensional modules defined on bicomplex numbers. A number of results are proved on bicomplex square matrices, linear operators, orthogonal bases,Expand
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Why Should We Interpret Quantum Mechanics?
The development of quantum information theory has renewed interest in the idea that the state vector does not represent the state of a quantum system, but rather the knowledge or information that weExpand
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Quantum Mechanics: From Basic Principles to Numerical Methods and Applications
1 A Crisis in Classical Physics.- 2 Finite-Dimensional Vector Spaces.- 3 Finite-Dimensional State Spaces.- 4 Spin and Magnetic Moment.- 5 Particle in One Dimension.- 6 The Interpretation of QuantumExpand
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Improvements in the analysis of a TH0mp cavity for precise complex permittivity measurements
An analysis of the relationship between complex permittivity and complex resonance frequency is proposed for a cylindrical cavity oscillating in a TM0mp mode. Effects of wall conductivity, couplingExpand
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Remarks on Mohrhoff's Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
In a recently proposed interpretation of quantum mechanics, U. Mohrhoff advocates original and thought-provoking views on space and time, the definition of macroscopic objects, and the meaning ofExpand
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Causal Loops and Collapse in the Transactional Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
Cramer's transactional interpretation of quantum mechanics is reviewed, and a number of issues related to advanced interactions and state vector collapse are analyzed. Where some have suggested thatExpand
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On Bohmian trajectories in two-particle interference devices
Claims have been made that, in two-particle interference experiments involving bosons, Bohmian trajectories may entail observable consequences incompatible with standard quantum mechanics. By generalExpand
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No contradictions between Bohmian and quantum mechanics
Two recent claims by A. Neumaier (quant-ph/0001011) and P. Ghose (quant-ph/0001024) that Bohmian mechanics is incompatible with quantum mechanics for correlations involving time are shown to beExpand
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New dielectric method for the measurement of physical adsorption of gases at high pressure
A new method for the measurement of gas adsorption at high pressure is described in detail. The method is based on dielectric virial coefficients and it takes advantage of the dielectric techniqueExpand
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