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

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1 ) When the saddle points xy ( « ) and x , ( Q ) are well separated , it reduces to

the

example discussed above by studying ( 1 . 21 ) for 121 and using the asymptotic

...

1 ) When the saddle points xy ( « ) and x , ( Q ) are well separated , it reduces to

the

**expression**given by the stationary - point method . ( This can be proved in theexample discussed above by studying ( 1 . 21 ) for 121 and using the asymptotic

...

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Rather , the system is characterized by a constant temperature T , which

describes the equilibrium between the collective degrees of freedom and the far

more numerous intrinsic degrees of freedom that act as a thermostat . This

Rather , the system is characterized by a constant temperature T , which

describes the equilibrium between the collective degrees of freedom and the far

more numerous intrinsic degrees of freedom that act as a thermostat . This

**expression**is ...Page 338

The above

by summing over the probability tree : t . - 2 thn 12a tha thn 2 2 I 23 ' ha that and

thn 12a + hot ani ! = 1272 / ( 22 23 + ham the aim + 2ghm + Dum homi ) , from ...

The above

**expression**can be obtained without solving the differential equationsby summing over the probability tree : t . - 2 thn 12a tha thn 2 2 I 23 ' ha that and

thn 12a + hot ani ! = 1272 / ( 22 23 + ham the aim + 2ghm + Dum homi ) , from ...

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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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