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The recently proposed probability representation of quantum mechanics is generalized to quantum field theory. We introduce a probability distribution functional for field configurations and find an evolution equation for such a distribution. The connection to the time-dependent generating functional of Green's functions is elucidated and the classical limit(More)
he benefit of intravenous recombinant tissue-type plas-minogen activator (rt-PA) for the treatment of acute ischemic stroke is well established. Unfortunately, the rates of rt-PA use among US patients with ischemic stroke remain quite low. Previously, our group published the rate of rt-PA use among ischemic stroke patients within the large Premier database,(More)
  • F Dell 'isola, L Rosa, C Wo~niak
  • 1996
The effect of a "pore-size" length-scale parameter 1 on compaction of grounds with fluid inclusions is studied. They are modelled as continua endowed with micro-structure by means of the macro-modelling procedure proposed in [2]. We show the dependence of field evolution equations on the micro-structure parameter l and compare our model with the homogenized(More)
Quantum singular oscillator as a model of two-ion trap: an amplification of transition probabilities due to small time variations of the binding potential Abstract Following the paper by M. we apply the quantum singular time dependent oscillator model to describe the relative one dimensional motion of two ions in a trap. We argue that the model can be(More)
Vacuum fluctuations produce a force acting on a rigid Casimir cavity in a weak gravitational field. Such a force is here evaluated and is found to have opposite direction with respect to the gravitational acceleration; the order of magnitude for a multi-layer cavity configuration is analyzed and experimental detection is discussed, bearing in mind the(More)
We discuss the possibility of verifying the equivalence principle for the zero-point energy of quantum electrodynamics, by evaluating the force, produced by vacuum fluctuations, acting on a rigid Casimir cavity in a weak gravitational field. The resulting force has opposite direction with respect to the gravitational acceleration; the order of magnitude for(More)