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Coherent-State Time Evolution under an Inverted Oscillator Potential
This Demonstration simulates the time evolution of a coherent state of an inverted oscillator potential, with
and
denoting the expectation values of
and
, respectively.
Contributed by:
J. Marto
,
P. V. Moniz
, and
C. Kiefer
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Based on C. Kiefer, J. Marto, and P. V. Moniz, "Indefinite Oscillators and Black-Hole Evaporation,"
Ann. Phys.
,
18
(10–11), 2009 pp. 722–735.
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Contributed by:
J. Marto
,
P. V. Moniz
, and
C. Kiefer
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