Stochastic electrodynamics

Stochastic electrodynamics (SED) is a variant of classical electrodynamics (CED) of theoretical physics. SED consists of a set of controversial… (More)
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2018
2018
Stochastic electrodynamics is a classical theory which assumes that the physical vacuum consists of classical stochastic fields… (More)
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2017
2017
We study the collective optical response of an atomic ensemble confined within a single-mode optical cavity by stochastic… (More)
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2015
2015
We introduce general principles for maximally violating detailed balance in thermal radiation. We validate these principles by… (More)
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2009
2009
In this study we present data from 17 Titan flybys showing that solar photons are the main ionisation source of Titan’s dayside… (More)
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2008
2008
In December 1907, Minkowski expressed the Maxwell equations in the very beautiful and compact 4dimensional form: lor f = −s, lor… (More)
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2005
Review
2005
Stochastic electrodynamics (SED) is a classical theory of nature advanced signi…cantly in the 1960s by Trevor Marshall and… (More)
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2005
2005
Different approaches to axionatic field theory are investigated. The main notions of semi-classical theory are the following… (More)
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2003
2003
In conventional gauge theory, a charged point particle is described by a representation of the gauge group. If we propagate the… (More)
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2001
2001
We analyze the finite temperature deconfining phase transition in 2+1 dimensional GeorgiGlashow model. We show explicitly that… (More)
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1966
1966
SOME years ago, one of us developed, in collaboration with M. Spighel and C. Tzara, a stochastic version of Wheeler and Feynman's… (More)
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