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Jul608, 05:00 AM

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Hello
Does anyone know about calculating feynman path integral with monte carlo method? 


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Jul808, 05:32 AM

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On Sat, 5 Jul 2008 16:36:42 +0000 (UTC), ss <saeedsarkarati@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello > Does anyone know about calculating feynman path integral with monte > carlo method? In imaginary time? Throw a dice. Chose a path according to the weight exp(S). (hint: Markov chain) 


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Jul908, 05:00 AM

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Hi,
May be i can help you a little. Try to ask a specific question. ss: > Hello > Does anyone know about calculating feynman path integral with monte > carlo method? 


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Jul2208, 05:00 AM

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feynman path integral
On Jul 5, 12:36=A0pm, ss <saeedsarkar...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello > Does anyone know about calculating feynman path integral with monte > carlo method? Makri's group at UrbanaChampaign does that to solve certain difficult problems in large system quantum mechanics. Look up her papers. It's nontrivial. I'm sure people probably do it also for field theory, but I wouldn't know where to point you. Also stock market physicists do it as well. 


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