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2016

Highly Cited

2016

Many quantum algorithms have daunting resource requirements when compared to what is available today. To address this discrepancy… Expand

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2015

Highly Cited

2015

An unexpected optical momentum and force perpendicular to the wavevector are measured using a nano-cantilever in an evanescent… Expand

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2007

Highly Cited

2007

We introduce the notion of a Canonical Tester for a class of properties on distributions, that is, a tester strong and general… Expand

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2006

Highly Cited

2006

In this paper we develop a fractional Hamiltonian formulation for dynamic systems defined in terms of fractional Caputo… Expand

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2001

2001

We study maps preserving the Heisenberg commutation relation ab - ba = 1. We find a one-parameter deformation of the standard… Expand

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1993

1993

For theq-deformed canonical commutation relationsa(f)a✢(g)=(1-q)〈f,g〉 1+qa✢(g)a(f) forf, g in some Hilbert spaceℋ we consider… Expand

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Highly Cited

1992

Highly Cited

1992

Abstract String theories with two-dimensional space-time target spaces are characterized by the existence of a “ground ring” of… Expand

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1983

Highly Cited

1983

A new method is presented for the solution of the time dependent SchrBdinger equation in its application to physical and chemical… Expand

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1972

Highly Cited

1972

A newC*-algebra,A, for canonical commutation relations, both in the case of finite and infinite number of degrees of freedom, is… Expand

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1957

Highly Cited

1957

Abstract A comparatively simple proof is given for the general theorem that a wide class of quantized field theories which are… Expand

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