# More quantum centrifugal effect in rotating frame

@article{Gazeau2017MoreQC, title={More quantum centrifugal effect in rotating frame}, author={J. P. Gazeau and Tomoi Koide and Romain Murenzi}, journal={Europhysics Letters}, year={2017}, volume={118} }

The behaviour of quantum systems in non-inertial frames is revisited from the point of view of affine coherent state (ACS) quantization. We restrict our approach to the one-particle dynamics confined in a rotating plane about a fixed axis. This plane is considered as punctured due to the existence of the rotation center, which is viewed as a singularity. The corresponding phase space is the affine group of the plane and the ACS quantization enables us to quantize the system by respecting the…

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