Quantum chaos and statistical nuclear physics : proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Quantum Chaos and the 4th International Colloquium on Statistical Nuclear Physics, held at Cuernavaca, Mexico, January 6-10, 1986 / edited by T.H. Seligman and H. Nishioka. - Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1986. - 1 online resource (ix, 382 pages) : illustrations - Lecture notes in physics, 263 1616-6361 ; . - Lecture notes in physics ; 263. .

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Riemann's Zeta function: A model for quantum chaos? -- Spectral fluctuations of classically chaotic quantum systems -- Chaotic motion and statistical nuclear theory -- Tests of spectrum and strength fluctuations with proton resavances -- Survey of correlation properties of polyatomic molecules vibrational energy levels using F.T. analysis -- Nuclear level densities and level spacing distributions -- Recent progress in the theory of random-matrix models -- Spectral fluctuations and time-reversal invariance -- Antiunitary symmetries and energy level statistics -- Spectral statistics of scale invariant systems -- Spectral fluctuations in the three-level LMG model -- Fluctuation properties of regular and irregular spectra -- Numerical calculation of correlation properties of sparse real symmetric random matrix -- Energy level fluctuations for 'deformed' ensembles -- Qualitative properties of eigenfunctions of classically chaotic Hamiltonian systems -- Quantum ergodicity in a quantum measure algebra: Intensity fluctuations in molecular spectra -- A bound on time-reversal noninvariance from transition-strength fluctuations -- Semiclassical energy spectrum of quasi-integrable systems -- Localization in the quantum description of the periodically perturbed rotor -- From localized to extended states in a time-dependent quantum model -- Quantum limitations of chaos and subthreshold ionization in hydrogen atom -- Resonance overlap in quantum systems -- On the universality of fluctuations of energy and quasi-energy spectra -- Probability flow in multi-step reactions -- A macroscopic approach to statistical phenomena -- Statistical origin of complex particles in intermediate energy heavy ion reactions -- Quantum statistical aspects of non-equilibrium particle emission in intermediate-energy nucleus-nucleus collisions -- Statistical theory of precompound nuclear reactions -- Large scale nuclear collective motion: From local RPA to transport theory -- Statistical features of the effective Hamiltonian and the many body bound state problem -- Regularity of motion and spectra: Polyatomic rotation and vibration -- Resonances and resonant states in non-local potentials -- Integrability, chaos and nonlinear superposition formulas for differential matrix Riccati equations.

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Random matrices--Congresses.
Nuclear physics--Statistical methods--Congresses.
Chaos--Congrès.
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Physique nucléaire--Congrès.
Nuclear physics--Statistical methods.
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QC174.84 / .I58 1986

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