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The Resource Symmetry and structural properties of condensed matter : proceedings of the 7th International School on Theoretical Physics, Myczkowce, Poland, 1118 September 2002, editors, T. Lulek, B. Lulek, A. Wal, (electronic resource)
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 This volume is the seventh in a series of proceedings on theoretical physics related to various aspects of the structure of condensed matter and to appropriate mathematical methods for adequate description. Three main topics are considered: conformal symmetry, central charge, condensation of flux; rigged string configurations, YangBaxter equations and their applications in solid state physics; and energy band structure in solids
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 Preface; Committees and Sponsors; CONTENTS; PART A. CONFORMAL SYMMETRY, CENTRAL CHARGE, CONDENSATION OF FLUX.; The Small and the Large in Physics B. G. Wybourne; 1. Introduction; 2. Lenses, Magnifiers and Microscopes; 3. Lenses, Mirrors and Telescopes; 5. Interferometry, Precision and Measurement; 6. Particle Accelerators as Telescopes and Time Machines; 7. The Sizes of Things; 8. From the very small to the very LARGE; 9. Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; YangLee Singularity of Two Dimensional Ising and Potts Models T. Wydro and J.F. McCabe; 1. Brief Introduction; 2. Finite Size Scaling
 2.1. YangLee Theory2.2. Finitesize scaling in lattice models; 2.3. Yang Lee Edge Singularity in ID; 2.4. Finitesize Scaling and Conformal Theory; 3. II. Quantum chains; 3.1. Lattice Spin Models and Quantum Spin Chains; 3.2. YangLee singularity in 2 0 Spin Models; 3.3. Determining Eigenvalues of Quantum Chain Hamiltonians; 3.4. YangLee singularity of 2 0 Ising model; 3.5. Results for Singularity of 2 0 Ising; 3.6. YangLee singularity of 3state Potts model; References; Path Integral Representations for a Constrained System Y. Ohnuki; 1. Preliminaries; 2. Path Integral Representations
 3. Relation with the FaddeevSenjanovic Formula4. Concluding Remarks; References; Finite Quantum Systems and their Applications to Quantum Information Processing A . Vourdas; 1. Introduction; 2. Finite quantum systems; 2.1. Displacements in the z  Jz phase space; 2.2. SU(2j + 1) transformations; 3. Factorization; 4. Quantum coding for qudits; 4.1. Amplitude redundancy; 4.2. General redundancy; 5 . Discussion; References; Coherent State Measures and the Extended Dobinski Relations K.A. Penson and A.I. Solomon; 1. Introduction; 2. Extending Dobiliski formulas
 3. Generalized Bell numbers as moments of positive measures4. Postcript; Acknowledgments; References; The Vandermonde Determinant Revisited B. G. Wybourne; 1. Introduction; 2. The Laughlin Wavefunction; 3. Admissible Partitions; 4. The qdiscriminant; 5. The Zero Coefficients and qpolynomials; 6. Sums of Coefficients and Conjectures; 7. Hankel Determinants and Vandermonde Expansions; 8. Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; Fascinating Properties of Carbon Nanotubes M. Czechowska, M. Lisowski, M. Marganska, M. Szopa and E. Zipper; 1. Introduction
 2. Electric, magnetic and mechanical properties of Carbon Nanotubes and their applications3. Persistent currents in SWCN; 4. The possibility of flux trapping and flux quantization in a set of concentric cylinders; 5 . Conclusions; 6. Aknowledgements; References; Justification for the Composite Fermion Picture A . Wdjs, J. J. Quinn and L. Jacak; 1. Introduction; 2. Theoretical concepts for FQHE; 2.1. Singleelectron states and Laughlin wavefunction; 2.2. Laughlin quasiparticles and Haldane hierarchy; 2.3. Jain composite F e m i o n model; 3. Numerical exact diagonalization studies
 4. Pseudopotential and fractional grandparentage
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 9786611906177
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 Symmetry and structural properties of condensed matter : proceedings of the 7th International School on Theoretical Physics, Myczkowce, Poland, 1118 September 2002
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 Symmetry and structural properties of condensed matter
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 proceedings of the 7th International School on Theoretical Physics, Myczkowce, Poland, 1118 September 2002
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 editors, T. Lulek, B. Lulek, A. Wal
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Summary
 This volume is the seventh in a series of proceedings on theoretical physics related to various aspects of the structure of condensed matter and to appropriate mathematical methods for adequate description. Three main topics are considered: conformal symmetry, central charge, condensation of flux; rigged string configurations, YangBaxter equations and their applications in solid state physics; and energy band structure in solids
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 English
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 QC173.45
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 .I58 2002
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 International School on Theoretical Physics
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 Lulek, Tadeusz
 Lulek, Barbara
 Wal, A
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 Condensed matter
 Symmetry (Physics)
 Mathematical physics
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 Symmetry and structural properties of condensed matter : proceedings of the 7th International School on Theoretical Physics, Myczkowce, Poland, 1118 September 2002, editors, T. Lulek, B. Lulek, A. Wal, (electronic resource)
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 Preface; Committees and Sponsors; CONTENTS; PART A. CONFORMAL SYMMETRY, CENTRAL CHARGE, CONDENSATION OF FLUX.; The Small and the Large in Physics B. G. Wybourne; 1. Introduction; 2. Lenses, Magnifiers and Microscopes; 3. Lenses, Mirrors and Telescopes; 5. Interferometry, Precision and Measurement; 6. Particle Accelerators as Telescopes and Time Machines; 7. The Sizes of Things; 8. From the very small to the very LARGE; 9. Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; YangLee Singularity of Two Dimensional Ising and Potts Models T. Wydro and J.F. McCabe; 1. Brief Introduction; 2. Finite Size Scaling
 2.1. YangLee Theory2.2. Finitesize scaling in lattice models; 2.3. Yang Lee Edge Singularity in ID; 2.4. Finitesize Scaling and Conformal Theory; 3. II. Quantum chains; 3.1. Lattice Spin Models and Quantum Spin Chains; 3.2. YangLee singularity in 2 0 Spin Models; 3.3. Determining Eigenvalues of Quantum Chain Hamiltonians; 3.4. YangLee singularity of 2 0 Ising model; 3.5. Results for Singularity of 2 0 Ising; 3.6. YangLee singularity of 3state Potts model; References; Path Integral Representations for a Constrained System Y. Ohnuki; 1. Preliminaries; 2. Path Integral Representations
 3. Relation with the FaddeevSenjanovic Formula4. Concluding Remarks; References; Finite Quantum Systems and their Applications to Quantum Information Processing A . Vourdas; 1. Introduction; 2. Finite quantum systems; 2.1. Displacements in the z  Jz phase space; 2.2. SU(2j + 1) transformations; 3. Factorization; 4. Quantum coding for qudits; 4.1. Amplitude redundancy; 4.2. General redundancy; 5 . Discussion; References; Coherent State Measures and the Extended Dobinski Relations K.A. Penson and A.I. Solomon; 1. Introduction; 2. Extending Dobiliski formulas
 3. Generalized Bell numbers as moments of positive measures4. Postcript; Acknowledgments; References; The Vandermonde Determinant Revisited B. G. Wybourne; 1. Introduction; 2. The Laughlin Wavefunction; 3. Admissible Partitions; 4. The qdiscriminant; 5. The Zero Coefficients and qpolynomials; 6. Sums of Coefficients and Conjectures; 7. Hankel Determinants and Vandermonde Expansions; 8. Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; Fascinating Properties of Carbon Nanotubes M. Czechowska, M. Lisowski, M. Marganska, M. Szopa and E. Zipper; 1. Introduction
 2. Electric, magnetic and mechanical properties of Carbon Nanotubes and their applications3. Persistent currents in SWCN; 4. The possibility of flux trapping and flux quantization in a set of concentric cylinders; 5 . Conclusions; 6. Aknowledgements; References; Justification for the Composite Fermion Picture A . Wdjs, J. J. Quinn and L. Jacak; 1. Introduction; 2. Theoretical concepts for FQHE; 2.1. Singleelectron states and Laughlin wavefunction; 2.2. Laughlin quasiparticles and Haldane hierarchy; 2.3. Jain composite F e m i o n model; 3. Numerical exact diagonalization studies
 4. Pseudopotential and fractional grandparentage
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 Symmetry and structural properties of condensed matter : proceedings of the 7th International School on Theoretical Physics, Myczkowce, Poland, 1118 September 2002, editors, T. Lulek, B. Lulek, A. Wal, (electronic resource)
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 Preface; Committees and Sponsors; CONTENTS; PART A. CONFORMAL SYMMETRY, CENTRAL CHARGE, CONDENSATION OF FLUX.; The Small and the Large in Physics B. G. Wybourne; 1. Introduction; 2. Lenses, Magnifiers and Microscopes; 3. Lenses, Mirrors and Telescopes; 5. Interferometry, Precision and Measurement; 6. Particle Accelerators as Telescopes and Time Machines; 7. The Sizes of Things; 8. From the very small to the very LARGE; 9. Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; YangLee Singularity of Two Dimensional Ising and Potts Models T. Wydro and J.F. McCabe; 1. Brief Introduction; 2. Finite Size Scaling
 2.1. YangLee Theory2.2. Finitesize scaling in lattice models; 2.3. Yang Lee Edge Singularity in ID; 2.4. Finitesize Scaling and Conformal Theory; 3. II. Quantum chains; 3.1. Lattice Spin Models and Quantum Spin Chains; 3.2. YangLee singularity in 2 0 Spin Models; 3.3. Determining Eigenvalues of Quantum Chain Hamiltonians; 3.4. YangLee singularity of 2 0 Ising model; 3.5. Results for Singularity of 2 0 Ising; 3.6. YangLee singularity of 3state Potts model; References; Path Integral Representations for a Constrained System Y. Ohnuki; 1. Preliminaries; 2. Path Integral Representations
 3. Relation with the FaddeevSenjanovic Formula4. Concluding Remarks; References; Finite Quantum Systems and their Applications to Quantum Information Processing A . Vourdas; 1. Introduction; 2. Finite quantum systems; 2.1. Displacements in the z  Jz phase space; 2.2. SU(2j + 1) transformations; 3. Factorization; 4. Quantum coding for qudits; 4.1. Amplitude redundancy; 4.2. General redundancy; 5 . Discussion; References; Coherent State Measures and the Extended Dobinski Relations K.A. Penson and A.I. Solomon; 1. Introduction; 2. Extending Dobiliski formulas
 3. Generalized Bell numbers as moments of positive measures4. Postcript; Acknowledgments; References; The Vandermonde Determinant Revisited B. G. Wybourne; 1. Introduction; 2. The Laughlin Wavefunction; 3. Admissible Partitions; 4. The qdiscriminant; 5. The Zero Coefficients and qpolynomials; 6. Sums of Coefficients and Conjectures; 7. Hankel Determinants and Vandermonde Expansions; 8. Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; Fascinating Properties of Carbon Nanotubes M. Czechowska, M. Lisowski, M. Marganska, M. Szopa and E. Zipper; 1. Introduction
 2. Electric, magnetic and mechanical properties of Carbon Nanotubes and their applications3. Persistent currents in SWCN; 4. The possibility of flux trapping and flux quantization in a set of concentric cylinders; 5 . Conclusions; 6. Aknowledgements; References; Justification for the Composite Fermion Picture A . Wdjs, J. J. Quinn and L. Jacak; 1. Introduction; 2. Theoretical concepts for FQHE; 2.1. Singleelectron states and Laughlin wavefunction; 2.2. Laughlin quasiparticles and Haldane hierarchy; 2.3. Jain composite F e m i o n model; 3. Numerical exact diagonalization studies
 4. Pseudopotential and fractional grandparentage
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