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We discuss quantum–field–theoretic interpretation of the family of observables (the so–called C–algebra) introduced in [12] for a systematic description of multijet structure of multiparticle final states at high energies. We argue that from the point of view of general quantum field theory, all information about the multijet structure is contained in the… (More)

- Alexey S. Mikhailov, I V Mit'kov, N . A . Sveshnikov
- Bio Systems
- 1990

An example of a kinetic system with address-bearing molecules and directed interactions is investigated. We show that by introducing exchange between Ising spins via the address-bearing messengers, the Hopfield model of associative memory can be made local.

- P . S . Cherzor, N . A . Sveshnikov
- 1997

We clarify and extend the theorem of Sveshnikov and Tkachov [1], [2], which gives an explicit connection between jet observables and the energy-momentum tensor. We check the relation between jet observables and the energy-momentum tensor for non-scalar (spinor and vector) fields, give a correct treatment of the light-cone singularity for massless particles,… (More)

- P . S . Cherzor, N . A . Sveshnikov
- 1997

We clarify and extend the theorem of Sveshnikov and Tkachov [1], [2], which gives an explicit connection between jet observables and the energy-momentum tensor. We check the relation between jet observables and the energy-momentum tensor for non-scalar (spinor and vector) fields, give a correct treatment of the light-cone singularity for massless particles,… (More)

We suggest an approach to many-particle scattering theory in the oscillator representation (OR) and treat the simplest case, in which the wave function in the asymptot ic domain has the form of a spherical wave in a multidimensional space. This corresponds to the so-called true many-particle scattering (TMS) [1, 2], i.e., to inclusion of only those states… (More)

The connnement criterion based on the dependence of the partition function on the boundary condition for the electric eld strength is presented for the non{abelian gauge theory. It is supported by an approximate calculation of the partition function and the Wilson loop for SU(N) gluodynamics in the 3-d Fock{Schwinger gauge. Possible directions of further… (More)

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