Bohmian Trajectories for Hamiltonians with Interior–Boundary Conditions

@article{Drr2018BohmianTF,
  title={Bohmian Trajectories for Hamiltonians with Interior–Boundary Conditions},
  author={D. D{\"u}rr and S. Goldstein and S. Teufel and R. Tumulka and N. Zangh{\'i}},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Physics},
  year={2018},
  pages={1-40}
}
Recently, there has been progress in developing interior–boundary conditions (IBCs) as a technique of avoiding the problem of ultraviolet divergence in non-relativistic quantum field theories while treating space as a continuum and electrons as point particles. An IBC can be expressed in the particle-position representation of a Fock vector $$\psi $$ψ as a condition on the values of $$\psi $$ψ on the set of collision configurations, and the corresponding Hamiltonian is defined on a domain of… Expand

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