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Path Integral . . .
, 2008
"... The Feynman path integral is used to quantize the symplectic leaves of the PoissonLie group SU(2) ∗. In this way we obtain the unitary representations of Uq(su(2)). This is achieved by finding explicit Darboux coordinates and then using a phase space path integral. I discuss the ∗structure of SU( ..."
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The Feynman path integral is used to quantize the symplectic leaves of the PoissonLie group SU(2) ∗. In this way we obtain the unitary representations of Uq(su(2)). This is achieved by finding explicit Darboux coordinates and then using a phase space path integral. I discuss the ∗structure of SU
A path integral approach to the Kontsevich quantization formula
, 1999
"... We give a quantum field theory interpretation of Kontsevich’s deformation quantization formula for Poisson manifolds. We show that it is given by the perturbative expansion of the path integral of a simple topological bosonic open string theory. Its Batalin–Vilkovisky quantization yields a supercon ..."
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We give a quantum field theory interpretation of Kontsevich’s deformation quantization formula for Poisson manifolds. We show that it is given by the perturbative expansion of the path integral of a simple topological bosonic open string theory. Its Batalin–Vilkovisky quantization yields a
and Path Integral
, 1997
"... We extend the BarutGirardello coherent state for the representation of SU(1, 1) to the coherent state for a representation of U(N, 1) and construct the measure. We also construct a path integral formula for some Hamiltonian. ..."
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We extend the BarutGirardello coherent state for the representation of SU(1, 1) to the coherent state for a representation of U(N, 1) and construct the measure. We also construct a path integral formula for some Hamiltonian.
Path Integration for . . .
 EUROGRAPHICS SYMPOSIUM ON RENDERING 2003, PP. 112
, 2003
"... Simulating the transport of light in volumes such as clouds or objects with subsurface scattering is computationally expensive. We describe an approximation to such transport using path integration. Unlike the more commonly used diffusion approximation, the path integration approach does not expli ..."
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Simulating the transport of light in volumes such as clouds or objects with subsurface scattering is computationally expensive. We describe an approximation to such transport using path integration. Unlike the more commonly used diffusion approximation, the path integration approach does
Path Integrals
, 2014
"... Sampled from a probability distribution The size of our integration bounds We choose an N large enough to achieve convergence 11 Going Multivariate Integrate over bounds forming a “volume” A vector of several randomly sampled values Our “size ” term changed from length to volume 12 To Path Integrals ..."
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Sampled from a probability distribution The size of our integration bounds We choose an N large enough to achieve convergence 11 Going Multivariate Integrate over bounds forming a “volume” A vector of several randomly sampled values Our “size ” term changed from length to volume 12 To Path
PATH INTEGRAL AND THE INDUCTION LAW
, 2008
"... We show how the induction law is correctly used in the path integral computation of the free particle propagator. The way this primary path integral example is treated in most textbooks is a little bit missleading. ..."
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We show how the induction law is correctly used in the path integral computation of the free particle propagator. The way this primary path integral example is treated in most textbooks is a little bit missleading.
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