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2017

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2017

Known structures and self-sustaining mechanisms of wall turbulence are reviewed and explored in the context of the scale… Expand

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2009

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2009

Part I: Coherent States 1. Introduction 2. The Standard Coherent States: The Basics 3. The Standard Coherent States: The… Expand

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2009

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2009

Coherent states (of the harmonic oscillator) were introduced by Erwin Schrödinger (1887-1961) at the very beginning of quantum… Expand

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2003

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2003

We show that quantum computation circuits using coherent states as the logical qubits can be constructed from simple linear… Expand

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2001

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2001

In this paper we outline a rather general construction of diffeomorphism covariant coherent states for quantum gauge theories. By… Expand

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2000

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2000

In the preceding paper of this series of articles we established peakedness properties of a family of coherent states that were… Expand

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1997

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1997

The notion of f-oscillators generalizing q-oscillators is introduced. For classical and quantum cases, an interpretation of the f… Expand

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1996

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1996

A theory of electron counting statistics in quantum transport is presented. It involves an idealized scheme of current… Expand

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1995

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1995

A phase space shift of a square integrable function φ ∈ L2(Rn) is defined by ρ(p, q)φ(x) ≔ e2πiqxφ(x + p). Let Λ ⊂ R2n be a… Expand

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1972

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1972

The concept of coherent states originally closely related to the nilpotent group of Weyl is generalized to arbitrary Lie group… Expand

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