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Theory of classical soliton particles

Maciej BЕ‚aszak

Theory of classical soliton particles

by Maciej BЕ‚aszak

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Published by Wydawn. Nauk. UAM in Poznań .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solitons.,
  • Hamiltonian systems.,
  • Differential equations, Partial -- Numerical solutions.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMaciej Błaszak.
    SeriesSeria Fizyka,, nr. 60
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC174.26.W28 B58 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination85 p. ;
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1911211M
    ISBN 108323201595
    LC Control Number90117373

    Soliton theory synonyms, Soliton theory pronunciation, Soliton theory translation, English dictionary definition of Soliton theory. n. A pulselike wave that can exist in nonlinear systems, does not obey the superposition principle, and does not disperse. n physics an isolated. As such, it should correspond to classical wave theory. Others have reformulated the Dirac theory in terms of deterministic relations between local physical observables. (4, 5) However, these investigators did not construct a corresponding classical wave theory describing evolution of a field variable entirely in terms of its own derivatives.

    Learn particle theory with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of particle theory flashcards on Quizlet. In particular, we found analytic expressions for the forces acting between the solitons and used these to represent the N-soliton solution as an N-body interaction between classical particles. In this paper, we apply the methods of our previous analysis to obtain a dynamically equivalent particle representation for interacting Korteweg--de.

      Classical solutions play an important role in quantum field theory, high-energy physics and cosmology. Real-time soliton solutions give rise to particles, such as magnetic monopoles, and extended structures, such as domain walls and cosmic strings, that have implications for 5/5(1). Therefore, soliton particles should obey the same boson statistics as phonons in field theory, but in a different manner from phonons in terms of the discrete soliton energies of excitation. For solitons the energy and momentum are and, respectively, whereas for phonons these are and.


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A nice feature of this book is that this is self contained. All the necessary definitions as well as the technical tools are provided by the author in the main body of the book 5/5(1).

Classical solutions play an important role in quantum field theory, high-energy physics and cosmology. Real-time soliton solutions give rise to particles, such as magnetic monopoles, and extended structures, such as domain walls and cosmic strings, that have implications for early universe cosmology.

The methods are then developed for quantizing solitons to obtain quantum particles. Vacuum This book offers an elementary and unified introduction to the non-perturbative results obtained in relativistic quantum field theory based on classical soliton and instanton solutions/5.

This book offers an elementary and unified introduction to the non-perturbative results obtained in relativistic quantum field theory based on classical soliton and instanton solutions. Such solutions are derived for a variety of models and classified by topological indices. I see there are mainly discussed here very abstract approaches like string theory.

I would like to suggest a general discussion about much less abstract models: to get not exactly beyond, but rather behind the standard model - ask about the internal structure of particles (behind abstract Feynman diagrams) - imagine them as some concrete localized configurations of a field: so called solitons.

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Class of scalar-field soliton solutions in three space dimensions. Quantum expansion of soliton solutions. Canonical quantization of nonlinear waves. Particle physics (also known as high energy physics) is a branch of physics that studies the nature of the particles that constitute matter and gh the word particle can refer to various types of very small objects (e.g.

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Classical field theory predicts how physical fields interact with matter, and is a logical precursor to quantum field theory. This introduction focuses purely on modern classical field theory, helping graduates and researchers build an understanding of classical field theory methods before embarking on future studies in quantum field by: 3.

ence book to keep at people likeProfessor Nagashima, an accomplished experimental physicist who is also conversant with sophisticated theoretical sub-jects, could have written it. Chicago, October Yoichiro Nambu Elementary Particle Physics, Volume 1: Quantum Field Theory and Particles.

Yorikiyo Nagashima. TOPOLOGICAL SOLITONS Topological solitons occur in many nonlinear classical field theories. They are stable, particle-like objects, with finite mass and a smooth structure.

Exam-ples are monopoles and Skyrmions, Ginzburg–Landau vortices and sigma-model lumps, and Yang–Mills instantons. This book is a comprehensive survey ofFile Size: 7MB. Soliton theory may aid in the understanding of tsunamis, which—unlike other water waves—can sustain themselves over vast oceanic distances.

Solitons can arise in the quantum world as well. @article{osti_, title = {Exact two-particle S matrix of quantum solitons of the sine-Gordon model}, author = {Zamolodchikov, A.B.}, abstractNote = {Exact and explicit formulas are constructed for the S-matrix elements of soliton-antisoliton scattering.

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