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A nonreflecting boundary condition for discrete acoustic and elastic wave equations
One of the nagging problems which arises in application of discrete solution methods for wave‐propagation calculations is the presence of reflections or wraparound from the boundaries of theExpand
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Absorbing boundaries for wave propagation problems
Abstract Reflections or wraparound from boundaries of numerical grids have always presented a difficulty in applying discrete methods to simulate physical phenomena. This study presents a systematicExpand
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A model for inorganic carbon fluxes and photosynthesis in cyanobacterial carboxysomes
A barrier to CO, diffusion within the cyanobacterial cell has been regarded as essential for the inorganic carbon concentrating mechanism. We present here an extension of our earlier quantitativeExpand
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Wave propagation simulation in a linear viscoacoustic medium
SUMMARY A new approach for viscoacoustic wave propagation is developed. The Boltzmann’s superposition principle based on the general standard linear solid rheology is implemented in the equation ofExpand
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An accurate and efficient scheme for propagating the time dependent Schrödinger equation
A new propagation scheme for the time dependent Schrodinger equation is based on a Chebychev polynomial expansion of the evolution operator U=exp(−iHt). Combined with the Fourier method forExpand
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Quantum Thermodynamics: A Dynamical Viewpoint
  • R. Kosloff
  • Physics, Computer Science
  • Entropy
  • 10 May 2013
Quantum thermodynamics addresses the emergence of thermodynamic laws from quantum mechanics from quantum considerations is presented. Expand
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Maximum work in minimum time from a conservative quantum system.
This paper considers the problem of obtaining maximum work from a conservative quantum system corresponding to a given change in an external parameter in the Hamiltonian. The example we present is aExpand
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A direct relaxation method for calculating eigenfunctions and eigenvalues of the Schrödinger equation on a grid
Abstract Eigenfunctions and eigenvalues of the Schrodinger equation are determined by propagating the Schrodinger equation in imaginary time. The method is based on representing the HamiltonianExpand
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Decomposition of triacetone triperoxide is an entropic explosion.
Both X-ray crystallography and electronic structure calculations using the cc-pVDZ basis set at the DFT B3LYP level were employed to study the explosive properties of triacetone triperoxide (TATP)Expand
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Coherent pulse sequence induced control of selectivity of reactions. Exact quantum-mechanical calculations
We present a novel approach to the control of selectivity of reaction products. The central idea is that in a two-photon or multiphoton process that is resonant with an excited electronic state, theExpand
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