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Wigner

Eugene Paul. 1902--95, US physicist, born in Hungary. He is noted for his contributions to nuclear physics: shared the Nobel prize for physics 1963
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In addition to usefulness of the Wigner transform, the other application of that, is its beautiful relationship with one of the most important operator in the quantum machanics, i.
US) suggest replacing the Boltzmann equation with the Wigner transport equation, which is similar, except in the influence of the potential whose rapid space variations generate quantum effects.
From the time she applied for the Wigner Fellowship while working at another Department of Energy lab in Iowa, it took one and a half years just for Safa-Sefat to be granted permission to enter ORNL for an interview.
Cheng and W Zhang, "Pressure-Fluctuation Analysis of a Gas-Solid Fluidized Bed Using the Wigner Distribution," AIChE J.
com), the conservation laws give mathematicians, experimental physicists, and managers a solid foundation for numerous applications (Cera, Phillipson & Wyman, 1989; Friedrichs & Lax, 1971; Wigner, 1952; Wigner, 1964).
KOLOVSKY, Quantum coherence, evolution of the Wigner function, and transition from quantum to classical dynamics, Chaos, 6 (1996), pp.
This fascinating book describes prewar life in Budapest and the incredible achievements of nine of the extraordinary men it produced: Leo Szilard, Edward Teller and Eugene Wigner, scientists who were instrumental in producing the atomic bomb for the US; John von Neuman, whose work led to the computer; Arthur Koestler, author of Darkness at Noon; photographers Robert Capa and Andre Kertesz; and filmmakers Alexander Korda (The Third Man) and Michael Curtiz (Casablanca).
Wigner (41) stated the issue succinctly: Modern microphysics and macrophysics no longer deal with relations among observables but only with relations among observations
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin with a doctorate in nuclear engineering and at master's degree in materials science, Zinkle arrived at ORNL in 1985 as a Eugene Wigner fellow.
Scientists Leo Szilard, Eugene Wigner, John von Neumann and Edward Teller helped steer the Manhattan Project during World War II; Andre Kertesz and Robert Capa are icons in the history of photography; filmmaker Michael Curtiz directed the immortal Casablanca, while Alexander Korda produced The Third Man and other landmark films.
Here we have used that the marginal density of the Wigner distribution is [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (see, e.
To obtain these results, we first define the Wigner Dunkl transform and we establish for it an inversion formula.