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

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In order to

subgroups of U . If the Hamiltonian is constructed from generators of a subgroup ,

it is more restricted and as a result has a higher symmetry . It may seem

surprising ...

In order to

**consider**these special limits of ( 4 ) , we should**consider**varioussubgroups of U . If the Hamiltonian is constructed from generators of a subgroup ,

it is more restricted and as a result has a higher symmetry . It may seem

surprising ...

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Another argument for

is offered by the conservation of N . The ... We must also specify which nucleon

pairs we should

...

Another argument for

**considering**nucleon pairs rather than nucleon - hole pairsis offered by the conservation of N . The ... We must also specify which nucleon

pairs we should

**consider**, protonproton and neutron - neutron or perhaps proton...

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stationary paths ( = classical trajectories ) correspond to the transition xy + x , at

time T .

can use ...

**Consider**the transition amplitude ( 1 . 1 ) for situations in which only twostationary paths ( = classical trajectories ) correspond to the transition xy + x , at

time T .

**Considering**the path integral as a N - dimensional Riemann integral , wecan use ...

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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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