V. G. Zelevinsky

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Parity and time invariance violating (P, T-odd) nuclear forces produce P, T-odd nuclear moments, for example, the nuclear Schiff moment. In turn, this moment can induce electric dipole moments (EDMs) in atoms. We estimate the contribution to the Schiff moment from the soft collective octupole vibrations existing in many heavy nuclei. Two possible mechanisms(More)
A method of truncating the large shell model basis is outlined. It relies on the order given by the unperturbed energies of the basis states and on the constancy of their spreading widths. Both quantities can be calculated by a simple averaging procedure. The method is tested in the sd shell where the JT dimensions are of the order of a few thousand. It(More)
A high-performance Fortran code is developed to calculate the spin-and parity-dependent shell model nuclear level densities. The algorithm is based on the extension of methods of statistical spectroscopy and implies exact calculation of the first and second Hamiltonian moments for different configurations at fixed spin and parity. The proton-neutron(More)
  • M Izrailev, F A Ziletti, G L Borgonovi, F M Celardo, L Izrailev, V G Kaplan +30 others
  • 2011
Discrimination between two mechanisms of surface-scattering in a single-mode waveguide, arXiv:1108.6109, (2011). Statistical relaxation in integrable and non-integrable quantum systems of interacting particles, (2011) to be published. Ballistic, diffusive, and localized transport in surface-disordered systems: Two-mode waveguide, Phys. Microwave realization(More)
We discuss an approach for studying the properties of mesoscopic systems, where discrete and continuum parts of the spectrum are equally important. The approach can be applied (i) to stable heavy nuclei and complex atoms near the continuum threshold, (ii) to nuclei far from the region of nuclear stability, both of the regions being of great current(More)
Statistical properties of cross sections are studied for an open system of interacting fermions. The description is based on the effective non-Hermitian Hamiltonian that accounts for the existence of open decay channels preserving the unitarity of the scattering matrix. The intrinsic interaction is modeled by the two-body random ensemble of variable(More)
We compare the shell-model results for realistic interactions with those obtained for various ensembles of random matrix elements. We show that, although the quantum numbers of the ground states in the even-even nuclei have a high probability ( approximately 60%) to be J(pi)T = 0(+)0, the overlap of those states with the realistic wave functions is very(More)
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