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A mysterious Heisenberg algebra identity from Sylvester, 1867
Very interesting! Graves essentially had the form of the star product. |
Dec 2 |
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Calogero-Moser system: relationship between dual variables and the KKS construction
Yes, it appears in: Alexander G Abanov et al 2009 J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 42 135201 (for the case of periodic boundary conditions) and Michael Stone et al 2008 J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 41 275401. |
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awarded | Yearling |
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Calogero-Moser system: relationship between dual variables and the KKS construction
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Calogero-Moser system: relationship between dual variables and the KKS construction
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awarded | Tumbleweed |
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Significance of a combination of Weierstrass zeta values arising in the Lagrange top
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asked | Significance of a combination of Weierstrass zeta values arising in the Lagrange top |
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Similarity solutions of the imaginary time Benjamin--Ono equation
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Similarity solutions of the imaginary time Benjamin--Ono equation
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A heat kernel for Schrödinger operator with low-order terms
Shouldn't I be able to simplify the exponentials in terms of the shifted variables $\tilde x=x+b/2a$, $\tilde y=y+b/2a$? That is the origin of the $\exp(b^2t/4a)$, which reflects the shift of the quadratic potential. The terms you have don't seem to simplify nicely, however. |
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awarded | Scholar |
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accepted | Eigenvalues of random Hamiltonian matrices |
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Eigenvalues of random Hamiltonian matrices
Do I understand correctly that both real and imaginary axes have a $\sqrt{n}$ density of eigenvalues, but there is only repulsion around the imaginary axis? |
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answered | Solvable models in quantum mechanics |