## Nuclear Structure and Heavy-ion Dynamics: Varenna on Lake Como, Villa Monastero, 27 July-6 August 1982, Volume 87 |

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The requirement that S is stationary implies that the stationary path is the

very ...

The requirement that S is stationary implies that the stationary path is the

**classical trajectory**for which d OL , OL - 0 . ( 1 . 5 ) dt city = 0 , į = 1 , . . . , M . The**classical trajectory**x ( t ) must satisfy the boundary condition ( 1 . 3 ) . This is avery ...

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where so = S [ x , ( t ) ] is the value of the action on the

pre - exponential factor in the first expression is obtained by considering the

action on the

and X ...

where so = S [ x , ( t ) ] is the value of the action on the

**classical trajectory**. Thepre - exponential factor in the first expression is obtained by considering the

action on the

**classical trajectory**as a function of the boundary conditions * ( 0 )and X ...

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3 ) neither determine a unique

existence of any solution at all . In order to illustrate this point , consider a system

for which one obtained two

Varying x ...

3 ) neither determine a unique

**classical trajectory**, nor do they guarantee theexistence of any solution at all . In order to illustrate this point , consider a system

for which one obtained two

**classical trajectories**for a given set xi , X2 , T .Varying x ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Relation with the collective model | 12 |

A FAESSLER Competition between collective and singlepar | 30 |

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