Quantization and Semiclassics
by Max Lein
Publisher: arXiv 2010
Number of pages: 145
This course is aimed at graduate students in physics in mathematics and designed to give a comprehensive introduction to Weyl quantization and semiclassics via Egorov's theorem. An application of Weyl calculus to Born-Oppenheimer systems is discussed.
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