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Barrier billiard and random matrices

@inproceedings{Bogomolny2021BarrierBA,
  title={Barrier billiard and random matrices},
  author={E. Bogomolny},
  year={2021}
}
Abstract The barrier billiard is the simplest example of pseudo-integrable models with interesting and intricate classical and quantum properties. Using the Wiener-Hopf method it is demonstrated that quantum mechanics of a rectangular billiard with a barrier in the centre can be reduced to the investigation of a certain unitary matrix. Under heuristic assumptions this matrix is substituted by a special low-complexity random unitary matrix of independent interest. The main results of the paper… Expand

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