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CLASSICAL PHYSICS
, 1992
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Distribution Statement A. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. This document has been reproduced directly from the best available copy. Available to DOE and DOE contractors from the Office of Scientific and Technical
Symmetries and invariances in classical physics
, 2005
"... Symmetry, intended as invariance with respect to a transformation (more precisely, with respect to a transformation group), has acquired more and more importance in modern physics. This Chapter explores in 8 Sections the meaning, application and interpretation of symmetry in classical physics. This ..."
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Symmetry, intended as invariance with respect to a transformation (more precisely, with respect to a transformation group), has acquired more and more importance in modern physics. This Chapter explores in 8 Sections the meaning, application and interpretation of symmetry in classical physics
Classical Physics and Quantum Loops
, 2008
"... The standard picture of the loop expansion associates a factor of ¯h with each loop, suggesting that the tree diagrams are to be associated with classical physics, while loop effects are quantum mechanical in nature. We discuss examples wherein classical effects arise from loop contributions and dis ..."
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The standard picture of the loop expansion associates a factor of ¯h with each loop, suggesting that the tree diagrams are to be associated with classical physics, while loop effects are quantum mechanical in nature. We discuss examples wherein classical effects arise from loop contributions
Quantum mechanics as classical physics
, 2014
"... Here I explore a novel nocollapse interpretation of quantum mechanics which combines aspects of two familiar and welldeveloped alternatives, Bohmian mechanics and the manyworlds interpretation. Despite reproducing the empirical predictions of quantum mechanics, the theory looks surprisingly class ..."
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classical. All there is at the fundamental level are particles interacting via Newtonian forces. There is no wave function. However, there are many worlds. On the face of it, quantum physics is nothing like classical physics. Despite its oddity, work in the foundations of quantum theory has provided some
Classical physics and the Church–Turing thesis
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, 2003
"... Abstract. Would physical laws permit the construction of computing machines that are capable of solving some problems much faster than the standard computational model? Recent evidence suggests that this might be the case in the quantum world. But the question is of great interest even in the realm ..."
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of classical physics. In this article, we observe that there is fundamental tension between the Extended Church–Turing Thesis and the existence of numerous seemingly intractable computational problems arising from classical physics. Efforts to resolve this incompatibility could both advance our knowledge
Quantum Computing Classical Physics
, 2001
"... In the past decade quantum algorithms have been found which outperform the best classical solutions known for certain classical problems as well as the best classical methods known for simulation of certain quantum systems. This suggests that they may also speed up the simulation of some classical s ..."
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In the past decade quantum algorithms have been found which outperform the best classical solutions known for certain classical problems as well as the best classical methods known for simulation of certain quantum systems. This suggests that they may also speed up the simulation of some classical
Quantum Computing Classical Physics
, 2001
"... In the past decade quantum algorithms have been found which outperform the best classical solutions known for certain classical problems as well as the best classical methods known for simulation of certain quantum systems. This suggests that they may also speed up the simulation of some classical s ..."
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In the past decade quantum algorithms have been found which outperform the best classical solutions known for certain classical problems as well as the best classical methods known for simulation of certain quantum systems. This suggests that they may also speed up the simulation of some classical
Towards the Unity of Classical Physics
"... The unity of classical mechanics and electromagnetism is proposed to be established through putting both on equal footing. The specialrelativistic equations of motion for the particles and fields, the MaxwellLorentz force, and the Yukawa potential are derived exploiting Newton’s and Euler’s (stati ..."
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The unity of classical mechanics and electromagnetism is proposed to be established through putting both on equal footing. The specialrelativistic equations of motion for the particles and fields, the MaxwellLorentz force, and the Yukawa potential are derived exploiting Newton’s and Euler’s
Subjclass: Classical Physics
, 1999
"... A mathematical expression of the quantitative causal principle is given, using the expression this paper shows the unified descriptions of D’AlembertLagrange, virtual work, Jourdian, Gauss and general D’AlembertLagrange principles of differential style, finds the intrinsic relations among these va ..."
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these variational principles, among the conservation quantities and the Noether conservation charges of the all differential variational principles. There are numerous variational principles in physics, they are classified into two kinds, i.e., they are differential and integral variational principles respectively
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