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A central problem in quantum mechanics is the calculation of the overlap, that is, the scalar product between two quantum states. In the semiclassical limit (Bohr’s correspondence principle) we visualize this quantity as the area of overlap between two bands in p h s e space. In the case of more than one overlap the contributing amplitudes have to be… (More)

- In-phase and quadrature components
- Quantum mechanics
- Energy level
- Interference (communication)
- Double-slit experiment
- Approximation
- Quantum state
- Correspondence principle
- Ground state
- Mechanics
- Greater Than
- Paper
- Plantago princeps
- Bohr–Einstein debates
- Coupling (physics)
- Quantum Mechanics
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- Birth
- Semiclassical physics
- DAA 1106
- Brillouin scattering
- Modulation
- Probability
- Markov chain
- Probability amplitude