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- M Stadler, P H Richter, S Pfaff, P Kruse
- Psychological research
- 1991

The phenomenon of the wandering point on a blank sheet of paper in serial reproductions is the starting point of an investigation of the perceptual field structure of homogeneous stimulus areas; 609 stimulus points distributed regularly in 21 rows and 29 columns on a DIN A4 sheet were presented successively to 10 subjects and had to be reproduced… (More)

Energy surfaces in the space of action variables are calculated and graphically presented for general triaxial ellipsoidal billiards. As was demonstrated by Jacobi in 1838, the system may be integrated in terms of hyperelliptic functions. The actual computation, however, has never been done. It is found that generic energy surfaces consist of seven pieces,… (More)

- Igor N. Gashenenko, Peter H. Richter
- I. J. Bifurcation and Chaos
- 2004

- Holger R. Dullin, Peter H. Richter, Alexander P. Veselov, Holger Waalkens
- 2000

The Neumann system describing the motion of a particle on an n-dimensional sphere with an anisotropic harmonic potential, has been celebrated as one of the best understood integrable systems of classical mechanics. The present paper adds a detailed discussion and the determination of its action integrals, using differential equations rather than standard… (More)

- P. H. Richter
- 2010

OVERVIEW The paper gives the mathematical concept as well as an algorithm that efficiently tackles the optimal path problem considering turn restrictions. The internal graph representation remains unchanged apart from the necessary assignment of turn restriction. The algorithm develops Reverse Optimal Path Graphs (ROPGs) that are not necessarily cycles-free… (More)

A comprehensive analysis of the Euler-Jacobi problem of motion in the field of two fixed attracting centers is given, first classically and then quantum mechanically in semiclassical approximation. The system was originally studied in the context of celestial mechanics but, starting with Pauli's dissertation, became a model for one-electron molecules such… (More)

- Peter H. Richter
- 2010

- P. H. Richter
- 2010

OVERVIEW Today's optimal path strategies are the more competitive the lower memory space and performance time they need. That is why the concept of hierarchical maps has been introduced to delegate the main part of long distance path determination to maps with levels as high as possible (larger regions ⇔ roads of higher levels). The size of the… (More)

- Peter H. Richter
- 2003