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Generic signatures of quantum chaos found in realistic shell model calculations are compared with thermal statistical equilibrium. We show the similarity of the informational entropy of individual eigenfunctions in the mean field basis to the thermodynamical entropy found from the level density. Mean occupation numbers of single-particle orbitals agree with… (More)

Traditional interfaces for information access do not fully support queries that rely on semantic relationships between terms. To better support such queries, we introduce a system that automatically extracts subject-verb-object concepts from unstructured text documents and dynamically presents them to the user as navigable refinements. This approach, which… (More)

- A Lemasson, A Shrivastava, +11 authors C Schmitt
- Physical review letters
- 2009

A modern variation of the Rutherford experiment to probe the tunneling of exotic nuclear matter from the measurement of the residues formed in the bombardment of (197)Au by extremely neutron-rich (8)He nuclei is presented. Using a novel off-beam technique the most precise and accurate measurements of fusion and neutron transfer involving reaccelerated… (More)

- M Horoi, B A Brown, V Zelevinsky
- 1994

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)

- C Vaman, C Andreoiu, +21 authors H Zwahlen
- Physical review letters
- 2007

Rare isotope beams of neutron-deficient 106,108,110Sn from the fragmentation of 124Xe were employed in an intermediate-energy Coulomb excitation experiment. The measured B(E2,0(1)(+)-->2(1)(+)) values for 108Sn and 110Sn and the results obtained for the 106Sn show that the transition strengths for these nuclei are larger than predicted by current… (More)

We study the conditions under which the nucleons inside a deformed nucleus can undergo chaotic motion. To do this we perform self-consistent calculations in semiclassical approximation utilizing a multipole-multipole interaction of the Bohr-Mottelson type for quadrupole and octupole deformations. For the case of harmonic and non-harmonic static potentials,… (More)

- Alexander Volya, Vladimir Zelevinsky
- Physical review letters
- 2005

A new version of the nuclear shell model unifies the consideration of the discrete spectrum, where the results reproduce the standard shell model, and continuum. The ingredients of the method are the non-Hermitian effective Hamiltonian, energy-dependent one-body and two-body decay amplitudes, and self-consistent treatment of thresholds. The results for… (More)

- K Starosta, A Dewald, +27 authors V Zelevinsky
- Physical review letters
- 2007

Transition rate measurements are reported for the 2(1)+ and 2(2)+ states in N=Z 64Ge. The experimental results are in excellent agreement with large-scale shell-model calculations applying the recently developed GXPF1A interactions. The measurement was done using the recoil distance method (RDM) and a unique combination of state-of-the-art instruments at… (More)

- P Cejnar, V Zelevinsky, V V Sokolov
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2001

Properties of a parameter-dependent quantum system with the Hamiltonian H(lambda) randomized by fluctuations of the parameter lambda in a narrow range are investigated. The model employed (the interacting boson model-1) exhibits a crossover behavior at a critical parameter value. Due to the fluctuations, individual eigenstates /psi(alpha)(lambda)> of the… (More)

Standard concepts of nuclear physics explaining the systematics of ground state spins in nuclei by the presence of specific coherent terms in the nucleon-nucleon interaction were put in doubt by the observation that these systematics can be reproduced with high probability by randomly chosen rotationally invariant interactions. We review the recent… (More)