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 Quantum chaos is becoming a very wide field that ranges from experiments to theoretical physics and purely mathematical issues. In view of this grand span, "Nobel Symposium 116" focused on experiments and theory, and attempted to encourage interplay between them. There was emphasis on the interdisciplinary character of the subject, involving a broad range of subjects in physics, including condensed matter physics, nuclear physics, atomic physics and elementary particle physics. The physics involved in quantum chaos has much in common with acoustics, microwaves, optics, etc., and therefore the symposium also covered aspects of wave chaos in this broader sense. The program was structured according to the following areas: manifestations of classical chaos in quantum systems; transport phenomena; quantal spectra in terms of periodic orbits; semiclassical and random matrix approaches; quantum chaos in interacting systems; chaos and tunneling; and wavedynamic chaos. This important book constitutes the proceedings of the symposium
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource (282 pages)
 Note
 "The contents of this volume were also published as Vol. T90 of Physica scripta"Title page verso
 Contents

 Spectral twinkling: A new example of singularitydominated strong fluctuations (summary) / M. Berry
 Quantum chaos in GaAs/AlxGa1x As microstructures / A.M. Chang
 Ground state spin and Coulomb blockade peak motion in chaotic quantum dots / J.A. Folk [and others]
 Quantum chaos and transport phenomena in quantum dots / A.S. Sachrajda
 Conductance of a ballistic electron billiard in a magnetic field: Does the semiclassical approach apply? / T. Blomquist and I. Zozoulenko
 Semiconductor billiards
 a controlled environment to study fractals / R.P. Taylor [and others]
 Experimental signatures of wavefunction scarring in open semiconductor billiards / J.P. Bird, R. Akis, and D.K. Ferry
 Chaos in quantum ratchets / H. Linke [and others]
 Statistics of resonances in open billiards / H. Ishio
 The exterior and interior edge states of magnetic billiards: Spectral statistics and correlations / K. Hornberger and U. Smilansky
 Nonuniversality of chaotic classical dynamics: implications for quantum chaos / M. Wilkinson
 Chaos and interactions in quantum dots / Y. Alhassid
 Stochastic aspects of manybody systems: The embedded Gaussian ensembles / H.A. Weidenmuller
 Quantumclassical correspondence for isolated systems of interacting particles: Localization and ergodicity energy space / F.M. Izrailev
 Effect of symmetry breaking on statistical distributions / G.E. Mitchell and J.F. Shriner, Jr.
 Quantum chaos and quantum computers / D.L. Shepelyansky
 Disorder and quantum chronodynamics
 nonlinear [symbol] models / T. Guhr and T. Wilke
 Correlations between periodic orbits and their role in spectral statistics / M. Sieber and K. Richeter
 Quantum spectra and wave functions in terms of periodic orbits for weakly chaotic systems / R.E. Prange, R. Narevich and O. Zaitsev
 Bifurcation of periodic orbit as semiclassical origin of superdeformed shell structure / K. Matsuyanagi
 Wavefunction localization and its semiclassical description in a 3dimensional system with mixed classical dynamics / M. Brack, M. Sieber and S.M. Reimann
 Neutron stars and quantum billiards / A. Bulgac and P. Magierski
 Scars and other weak localization effects in classically chaotic systems / E.J. Heller
 Tunneling and chaos / S. Tomsovic
 Relaxation and fluctuations in quantum chaos / G. Casati
 Rydberg electrons in crossed fields: A paradigm for nonlinear dynamics beyond two degrees of freedom / T. Uzer
 Classical analysis of correlated multiple ionization in strong fields / B. Eckhardt and K. Sacha
 Classically forbidden processes in photoabsorption spectra / J.B. Delos [and others]
 Quantum Hall effect breakdown steps due to an instability of laminar flow against electronhole pair formation / L. Eaves
 Dynamical and wave chaos in the BoseEinstein condensate / W.P. Reinhardt and S.B. McKinney
 Wave dynamical chaos: An experimental approach in billiards / A. Richter
 Acoustic chaos / C. Ellegaard, K. Schaadt and P. Bertelsen
 Ultrasound resonances in a rectangular plate described by random matrices / K. Schaadt, G. Simon and C. Ellegaard
 Quantum correlations and classical resonances in an open chaotic system / W.T. Lu [and others]
 Why do an experiment, if theory is exact, and any experiment can at best approximate theory? / H.J. Stockmann
 WaveChaotic optical resonators and lasers / A.D. Stone
 Angular momentum localization in oval billiards / J.U. Nockel
 Chaos and timereversed acoustics / M. Fink
 Singlemode delay time statistics for scattering by a chaotic cavity / K.J.H. van Bemmel, H. Schomerus and C.W.J. Beenakker
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 9781281956569
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 Quantum chaos Y2K : proceedings of Nobel Symposium 116, Bäckaskog Castle, Sweden, June 1317, 2000
 Title
 Quantum chaos Y2K
 Title remainder
 proceedings of Nobel Symposium 116, Bäckaskog Castle, Sweden, June 1317, 2000
 Statement of responsibility
 editors, KarlFredrik Berggren, Sven Åberg
 Title variation

 Quantum chaos Year 2000
 Proceedings of the Nobel Symposium 116
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 Quantum chaos is becoming a very wide field that ranges from experiments to theoretical physics and purely mathematical issues. In view of this grand span, "Nobel Symposium 116" focused on experiments and theory, and attempted to encourage interplay between them. There was emphasis on the interdisciplinary character of the subject, involving a broad range of subjects in physics, including condensed matter physics, nuclear physics, atomic physics and elementary particle physics. The physics involved in quantum chaos has much in common with acoustics, microwaves, optics, etc., and therefore the symposium also covered aspects of wave chaos in this broader sense. The program was structured according to the following areas: manifestations of classical chaos in quantum systems; transport phenomena; quantal spectra in terms of periodic orbits; semiclassical and random matrix approaches; quantum chaos in interacting systems; chaos and tunneling; and wavedynamic chaos. This important book constitutes the proceedings of the symposium
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 530.12
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 QC174.17.C45
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 N63 2000eb
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 2000
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 Berggren, KarlFredrik
 Omling, Pär
 Åberg, S.
 Kungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademien
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 Physica scripta
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 v. T90
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 Quantum chaos
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 Quantum chaos
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 Quantum chaos Y2K : proceedings of Nobel Symposium 116, Bäckaskog Castle, Sweden, June 1317, 2000, editors, KarlFredrik Berggren, Sven Åberg
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 Spectral twinkling: A new example of singularitydominated strong fluctuations (summary) / M. Berry  Quantum chaos in GaAs/AlxGa1x As microstructures / A.M. Chang  Ground state spin and Coulomb blockade peak motion in chaotic quantum dots / J.A. Folk [and others]  Quantum chaos and transport phenomena in quantum dots / A.S. Sachrajda  Conductance of a ballistic electron billiard in a magnetic field: Does the semiclassical approach apply? / T. Blomquist and I. Zozoulenko  Semiconductor billiards  a controlled environment to study fractals / R.P. Taylor [and others]  Experimental signatures of wavefunction scarring in open semiconductor billiards / J.P. Bird, R. Akis, and D.K. Ferry  Chaos in quantum ratchets / H. Linke [and others]  Statistics of resonances in open billiards / H. Ishio  The exterior and interior edge states of magnetic billiards: Spectral statistics and correlations / K. Hornberger and U. Smilansky  Nonuniversality of chaotic classical dynamics: implications for quantum chaos / M. Wilkinson  Chaos and interactions in quantum dots / Y. Alhassid  Stochastic aspects of manybody systems: The embedded Gaussian ensembles / H.A. Weidenmuller  Quantumclassical correspondence for isolated systems of interacting particles: Localization and ergodicity energy space / F.M. Izrailev  Effect of symmetry breaking on statistical distributions / G.E. Mitchell and J.F. Shriner, Jr.  Quantum chaos and quantum computers / D.L. Shepelyansky  Disorder and quantum chronodynamics  nonlinear [symbol] models / T. Guhr and T. Wilke  Correlations between periodic orbits and their role in spectral statistics / M. Sieber and K. Richeter  Quantum spectra and wave functions in terms of periodic orbits for weakly chaotic systems / R.E. Prange, R. Narevich and O. Zaitsev  Bifurcation of periodic orbit as semiclassical origin of superdeformed shell structure / K. Matsuyanagi  Wavefunction localization and its semiclassical description in a 3dimensional system with mixed classical dynamics / M. Brack, M. Sieber and S.M. Reimann  Neutron stars and quantum billiards / A. Bulgac and P. Magierski  Scars and other weak localization effects in classically chaotic systems / E.J. Heller  Tunneling and chaos / S. Tomsovic  Relaxation and fluctuations in quantum chaos / G. Casati  Rydberg electrons in crossed fields: A paradigm for nonlinear dynamics beyond two degrees of freedom / T. Uzer  Classical analysis of correlated multiple ionization in strong fields / B. Eckhardt and K. Sacha  Classically forbidden processes in photoabsorption spectra / J.B. Delos [and others]  Quantum Hall effect breakdown steps due to an instability of laminar flow against electronhole pair formation / L. Eaves  Dynamical and wave chaos in the BoseEinstein condensate / W.P. Reinhardt and S.B. McKinney  Wave dynamical chaos: An experimental approach in billiards / A. Richter  Acoustic chaos / C. Ellegaard, K. Schaadt and P. Bertelsen  Ultrasound resonances in a rectangular plate described by random matrices / K. Schaadt, G. Simon and C. Ellegaard  Quantum correlations and classical resonances in an open chaotic system / W.T. Lu [and others]  Why do an experiment, if theory is exact, and any experiment can at best approximate theory? / H.J. Stockmann  WaveChaotic optical resonators and lasers / A.D. Stone  Angular momentum localization in oval billiards / J.U. Nockel  Chaos and timereversed acoustics / M. Fink  Singlemode delay time statistics for scattering by a chaotic cavity / K.J.H. van Bemmel, H. Schomerus and C.W.J. Beenakker
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 Quantum chaos Y2K : proceedings of Nobel Symposium 116, Bäckaskog Castle, Sweden, June 1317, 2000, editors, KarlFredrik Berggren, Sven Åberg
 Note
 "The contents of this volume were also published as Vol. T90 of Physica scripta"Title page verso
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 Includes bibliographical references
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 online resource
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 Spectral twinkling: A new example of singularitydominated strong fluctuations (summary) / M. Berry  Quantum chaos in GaAs/AlxGa1x As microstructures / A.M. Chang  Ground state spin and Coulomb blockade peak motion in chaotic quantum dots / J.A. Folk [and others]  Quantum chaos and transport phenomena in quantum dots / A.S. Sachrajda  Conductance of a ballistic electron billiard in a magnetic field: Does the semiclassical approach apply? / T. Blomquist and I. Zozoulenko  Semiconductor billiards  a controlled environment to study fractals / R.P. Taylor [and others]  Experimental signatures of wavefunction scarring in open semiconductor billiards / J.P. Bird, R. Akis, and D.K. Ferry  Chaos in quantum ratchets / H. Linke [and others]  Statistics of resonances in open billiards / H. Ishio  The exterior and interior edge states of magnetic billiards: Spectral statistics and correlations / K. Hornberger and U. Smilansky  Nonuniversality of chaotic classical dynamics: implications for quantum chaos / M. Wilkinson  Chaos and interactions in quantum dots / Y. Alhassid  Stochastic aspects of manybody systems: The embedded Gaussian ensembles / H.A. Weidenmuller  Quantumclassical correspondence for isolated systems of interacting particles: Localization and ergodicity energy space / F.M. Izrailev  Effect of symmetry breaking on statistical distributions / G.E. Mitchell and J.F. Shriner, Jr.  Quantum chaos and quantum computers / D.L. Shepelyansky  Disorder and quantum chronodynamics  nonlinear [symbol] models / T. Guhr and T. Wilke  Correlations between periodic orbits and their role in spectral statistics / M. Sieber and K. Richeter  Quantum spectra and wave functions in terms of periodic orbits for weakly chaotic systems / R.E. Prange, R. Narevich and O. Zaitsev  Bifurcation of periodic orbit as semiclassical origin of superdeformed shell structure / K. Matsuyanagi  Wavefunction localization and its semiclassical description in a 3dimensional system with mixed classical dynamics / M. Brack, M. Sieber and S.M. Reimann  Neutron stars and quantum billiards / A. Bulgac and P. Magierski  Scars and other weak localization effects in classically chaotic systems / E.J. Heller  Tunneling and chaos / S. Tomsovic  Relaxation and fluctuations in quantum chaos / G. Casati  Rydberg electrons in crossed fields: A paradigm for nonlinear dynamics beyond two degrees of freedom / T. Uzer  Classical analysis of correlated multiple ionization in strong fields / B. Eckhardt and K. Sacha  Classically forbidden processes in photoabsorption spectra / J.B. Delos [and others]  Quantum Hall effect breakdown steps due to an instability of laminar flow against electronhole pair formation / L. Eaves  Dynamical and wave chaos in the BoseEinstein condensate / W.P. Reinhardt and S.B. McKinney  Wave dynamical chaos: An experimental approach in billiards / A. Richter  Acoustic chaos / C. Ellegaard, K. Schaadt and P. Bertelsen  Ultrasound resonances in a rectangular plate described by random matrices / K. Schaadt, G. Simon and C. Ellegaard  Quantum correlations and classical resonances in an open chaotic system / W.T. Lu [and others]  Why do an experiment, if theory is exact, and any experiment can at best approximate theory? / H.J. Stockmann  WaveChaotic optical resonators and lasers / A.D. Stone  Angular momentum localization in oval billiards / J.U. Nockel  Chaos and timereversed acoustics / M. Fink  Singlemode delay time statistics for scattering by a chaotic cavity / K.J.H. van Bemmel, H. Schomerus and C.W.J. Beenakker
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