Meromorphic Behavior of Time Dependent Schroedinger Equation

  title={Meromorphic Behavior of Time Dependent Schroedinger Equation},
  author={Rina Dutta and Adrian Daniel Stan},
We try to obtain meromorphic solution of Time dependent second Schröedinger equation which partially satisfy Painleve Integrable property. Meromorphic analysis shows that classical particle trajectory is confined in imaginary axis of punctured Riemann disk on singular manifold in quantum limit. The trajectory solution is holomorphic near such singularity and very different from behavior far away from singular point. We have explicitly given value of all coefficients in meromorphic series… 


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