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Continuous Transition between Quantum and Classical Behavior for a Harmonic Oscillator
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Optimal Joint Measurements of Qubit Observables
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Electron in a Nanocrystal Modeled by a Quantum Particle in a Sphere
Continuous Transition between Classical and Bohm Quantum Pictures for Young's Interference Experiment
Electron Conductance Models Using Maximal Entropy Random Walks
Topological Winding Number in 1D Su-Schrieffer-Heeger Model
Bohm Trajectories for Quantum Particles in a Uniform Gravitational Field
Compressing Ideal Fermi and Bose Gases at Low Temperatures
Quantum Particle in a Multi-step Potential Well
Schrödinger Wavefunctions in a Continuously Varying Potential
Bohm Trajectories for a Particle in a Two-Dimensional Calogero-Moser Potential
Nonlocality in the de Broglie-Bohm Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
Quantum Angular Momentum Matrices
Three-Soliton Collision in the Trajectory Approach
Molecular Electrostatic Potential Maps (MEPs) of Some Polar Molecules
The Which-Way Experiment and the Conditional Wavefunction
Woods-Saxon and Square-Well Potentials for Nuclear Shell Model
Perturbation Theory Applied to the Quantum Harmonic Oscillator
Chaotic Quantum Motion of Two Particles in a 3D Harmonic Oscillator Potential
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