Newtonian vector mechanics describes the motion of mechanical systems under the action of forces applied to them. The Newtonian approach does not restrict the nature of the acting forces, which are usually divided into potential and dissipative forces. The Lagrange--Hamilton variational mechanics describes the motion of mechanical systems under the… (More)

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- Quantum fluctuation
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