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

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The

phase approximation. The search for stationary points for this double integral is

rather complicated. Of most interest here are those pairs of trajectories (R(t), R'{t))

...

The

**equations**of motion will be obtained by evaluating (3.10) by the stationary-phase approximation. The search for stationary points for this double integral is

rather complicated. Of most interest here are those pairs of trajectories (R(t), R'{t))

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Therefore, our purpose will be to derive an

from the original von Neumann

Liouville operator, LA = [A„ -f Knt> -A-]. Projecting eq. (3.22) once with n and then

...

Therefore, our purpose will be to derive an

**equation**of motion for n\g> startingfrom the original von Neumann

**equation**(3.22) ih\g> = L(t)\g> . Here, L(t) is theLiouville operator, LA = [A„ -f Knt> -A-]. Projecting eq. (3.22) once with n and then

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We shall replace the differential

following way. The density matrix g ... relevant component of g. The mean-field

parts of the reduced

b) ...

We shall replace the differential

**equation**(2.22) by a difference**equation**in thefollowing way. The density matrix g ... relevant component of g. The mean-field

parts of the reduced

**equations**of motion read now (o) pn(t) =2 2y-»(0im(fl4.(0), k (b) ...

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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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