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AMS Fall Western & Central Sampler: Semiclassical Quantum Dynamics and Bohmian Trajectories

2016
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Notices of the American Mathematical Society
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T he early days of the twentieth century saw the establishment of quantum mechanics as a novel description of our physical world. Ever since its invention, a basic problem concerns the connection between quantum mechanics and the older, well-understood theory of classical mechanics. It was accepted early on that classical mechanics should be understood as an emergent phenomenon of quantum mechanics, i.e., it should be recovered from the underlying quantum mechanical description when considered

doi:10.1090/noti1429
fatcat:q4rwc2bv5rh3hlrx3tm7pbgcy4