Rafael Madrid

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In this work we present an application developed in Derive 6 to compose counterpoints for a given melody (" cantus firmus "). The result is non deterministic, so different counterpoints can be generated for a fixed melody, all of them obeying classical rules of counterpoint. It is also possible that the counterpoint could not be generated, in this case,(More)
We review the way to analytically continue the Lippmann–Schwinger bras and kets into the complex plane. We will see that a naive analytic continuation leads to non-sensical results in resonance theory, and we will explain how the non-obvious but correct analytical continuation is done. We will see that the physical basis for the non-obvious but correct(More)
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