Quantum-classical correspondence via Liouville dynamics. I. Integrable systems and the chaotic spectral decomposition

@article{Wilkie1997QuantumclassicalCV,
  title={Quantum-classical correspondence via Liouville dynamics. I. Integrable systems and the chaotic spectral decomposition},
  author={Joshua Wilkie and Paul Brumer},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={1997},
  volume={55},
  pages={27-42}
}
A general program to show quantum-classical correspondence for bound conservative integrable and chaotic systems is described. The method is applied to integrable systems and the nature of the approach to the classical limit, the cancellation of essential singularities, is demonstrated. The application to chaotic systems requires an understanding of classical Liouville eigenfunctions and a Liouville spectral decomposition, developed herein. General approaches to the construction of these… 

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