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The quantum mechanical and classical descriptions are thus very similar, |i cell in
phase space in the classical discussion being analogous to a quantum state in
the quantum-mechanical discussion. 2 * 2 Statistical ensemble In principle the ...
To make progress, one has to formulate the problem in statistical terms. One must
, therefore, envisage an ensemble of very many similarly prepared systems, each
of them consisting of a particle and the surrounding medium. For each of these ...
Since y(t) is real, its complex conjugate satisfies the relation y*(t)=y(t) (15 13-5)
Hence it follows by (15 13 -4) that C*(w) = C(-«) (15-13-6) In any one system k of
the ensemble, the function yik)(t) can thus be represented by its corresponding ...
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Introduction to statistical methods
GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK
Statistical description of systems of particles
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