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I tried in this way:
$$[J^k, J^i] = \frac{1}{M^2}\ (L^{-1})^k_{\mu}\ (L^{-1})^i_{\nu}\ [W^{\mu}, W^{\nu}] $$
$$ = \frac{1}{M^2}\ (L^{-1})^k_{\mu}\ (L^{-1})^i_{\nu}\ (-i) \epsilon^{\mu \nu \rho \sigma} W_{\rho} P_{\sigma}.$$
At this point I had no idea how to going on with the calculation. Can...
This is the defining generator of the Lorentz group
which is then divided into subgroups for rotations and boosts
And I then want to find the commutation relation [J_m, J_n] (and [J_m, K_n] ). I'm following this derivation, but am having a hard time to understand all the steps:
especially...
I am currently looking at section IIA of the following paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/gr-qc/0511111.pdf. Eq. (2.5) proposes an ansatz to solve the spheroidal wave equation (2.1). This equation is
$$ \dfrac{d}{dx} \left((1-x^2) \dfrac{d}{dx}S_{lm} \right) + \left(c^2x^2 + A_{lm} -...
Dear All,
I am trying to solve the attached two questions.
In both I need to determine if the relation is an equivalence relation, to prove it if so, and to find the equivalence classes.
In both cases it is an equivalence relation, and I managed to prove both relations are reflexive. Now I...
I've tried figuring out commutation relations between ##L_+## and various other operators and ##L^2## could've been A, but ##L_z, L^2## commute. Can someone help me out in figuring how to actually proceed from here?
So we know [Sz, Sx] = ihbar Sy (S with hats on) so what happens if you get [Sx, Sz]? Is it the same result? Just trying to work out if I've gone wrong somewhere
Hi there,
In his book "Quantum field theory and the standard model", Schwartz assumes that the canonical commutation relations for a free scalar field also apply to interacting fields (page 79, section 7.1). As a justification he states:
I do not understand this explanation. Can you please...
When I learn a concept, I often find that to understand it, I have to learn some other concepts and I don't know if they also require learning new concepts. During this procedure, I find learning frustrating, as the teacher always presume that I should have learned them.
So I think I can build...
I apologize for the simple question, but it has been bothering me. One can write a relationship between groups, such as for example between Spin##(n)## and SO##(n)## as follows:
\begin{equation}
1 \rightarrow \{-1,+1 \} \rightarrow \text{Spin}(n) \rightarrow \text{SO}(n) \rightarrow 1...
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The below transactions are given :
and the below schedules :
Give the respective dependency relations as well as the precedence graphs. Which schedules are conflict serializable? Which schedules are equivalent?
I reread some notes and looked also for some examples in Google...
Almost all (compiled or interpreted) programming langues store the program source in the form of a series of bytes (using an encoding like ASCII or UTF-8) into a text file, enforcing the grammer of the programming language using a parser (as part of the compilation process or interpretation of...
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The below relations are given AUFTRAG($A_1, A_2, A_3$) and KUNDE($B_1, B_2, B_3$) with $A_1$ = AUFTRNR, $A_2$ = DATUM, $A_3$ = KUNDNR, $B_1$ = KUNDNR, $B_2$ = NAME and $B_3$ = ORT.
Determine the below sets or justify why it is not possible to determine them.
Let $A = A_1...
I was wondering if anyone could write out Maxwell's relations for partial derivatives with respect to particle count ##N_i##. Starting from the fundamental thermodynamic relation,
$$dU(S,V,N_i)=TdS-PdV+\sum_{i}\mu _idN_i$$
$$dU(S,V,N_i)=\left ( \frac{\partial U}{\partial S} \right )_{V,\left...
Hi to all, I ask if somebody of the Physics community know good references for article where the author works with generalized canonical commutation relations ( I mean that the author works with ##[x,p]=ic\hbar## with ##c## a real constant instead of ##[x,p]=i\hbar##).
Thank you for the answers...
Sometimes to help describe one expression, another expression is shown that produces identical results. The exact equivalence of expressions is indicated with ‘ ≡’.
For example: rot90 ([1, 2; 3, 4], -1) ≡ rot90 ([1, 2; 3, 4], 3) ≡ rot90 ([1, 2; 3, 4], 7)
What is the meaning of 'rot90;?
What...
I'm trying to the following exercise:
I've proven the first part and now I'm trying to do the same thing for fermions.
The formulas for the mode expansions are:
What I did was the following:
$$\begin{align*}
\sum_s \int d\tilde{q} \left(a_s(q) u(q,s) e^{-iq \cdot x}+ b_s^\dagger(q) v(q,s)...
I've attached images showing my progress. I have used Maxwell relations and the definitions of ##\alpha##, ##\kappa## and ##c##, but I don't know how to continue. Can you help me?
I would say we first need to take the inverse Fourier transform of ##\chi## and associated quantities i.e.
\begin{equation*}
\chi_{\vec k} = \int d^3 \vec x \left( a_{\vec k} \chi e^{-i \vec k \cdot \vec x} + a^{\dagger}_{\vec k}\chi^* e^{i \vec k \cdot \vec x} \right) \tag{2}...
I am trying to find $$\Gamma^{\nu}_{\mu \nu} = \partial_{\mu} log(\sqrt{g})$$ but I cannot.
by calculations, I manage to find
$$\Gamma^{\nu}_{\mu \nu} = \frac{1}{2}g^{\nu \delta}\partial_{\mu}g_{\nu \delta}$$
and from research I have find that $$det(A) = e^{Tr(log(A))}$$ but still I cannot...
Hi all,
I've come across some problem where I have terms such as ##\sum_{j=1}^N \cos(2 \pi j k /N) \cos(2 \pi j k' /N)##, or ##\sum_{j=1}^N \cos(2\pi j k/ N)##, or ## \sum_{j=1}^N \cos(2\pi j k/ N) \cos(\pi j) ##. In all cases we have the extra condition that ##1 \le k,k' \le N/2-1## (and...
Hello,
Throughout my undergrad I have gotten maybe too comfortable with using Dirac notation without much second thought, and I am feeling that now in grad school I am seeing some holes in my knowledge. The specific context where I am encountering this issue currently is in scattering theory...
Question: How many reflexive relations are on set A if A has 4 elements?
I'm thinking that the answer to this question is 4, but I don't know whether it is truly that simple.
I know that a reflexive relation, R, occurs when for all x in A, x R x.
so let's say A = {1,2,3,4}.
1~1
2~2
3~3
4~4.
So...
Ornstein-Zernike states that
##h(r_{12}) = c(r_{12}) + \rho \int d\mathbf{r}_3 c(r_{13})h(r_{32})##
which after a Fourier transform becomes
##\hat{C} (\mathbf{k}) = \frac{\hat{H}(\mathbf{k})}{1+\rho \hat{H}(\mathbf{k})}##
However, I don't see how to simplify this to the second equation he has...
Hi,
I'm aware it is an odd question. Consider a ##k##-terminal electrical device as black-box.
We know from KLC and KLV that just ##k-1## currents and ##k-1## voltages are actually independent (descriptive currents and voltages).
Furthermore we generally expect there exist ##k-1## relations...
Note: $P_n (x)$ is legendre polynomial
$$P_{n+1}(x) = (2n+1)P_n(x) + P'_{n-1}(x) $$
$$\implies P_{n+1}(x) = (2n+1)P_n(x) + \sum_{k=0}^{\lfloor\frac{n}{2}\rfloor} (2(n-1-2k)+1)P_{n-1-2k}(x))$$
How can I continue to use induction to prove this? Help appreciated.
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Let $1\leq m,n\in \mathbb{N}$ and let $\mathbb{K}$ be a field.
For $a\in M_m(\mathbb{K})$ we consider the map $\mu_a$ that is defined by \begin{equation*}\mu_a: \mathbb{K}^{m\times n}\rightarrow \mathbb{K}^{m\times n}, \ c\mapsto ac\end{equation*}
I have show that $\mu_a$ is a linear...
I'm trying to model the rate of change of the pressure in a pressurized rigid chamber with normal air (assumed to be an ideal gas).
It has an air outflow V̇ (m^3/s) with ρ1.
What's the change in p between state 1 and state 2?
My assumption is that it can be modeled like an adiabatic expansion...
I think I roughly see what's happening here.
> First, I will assume that AB - BA = C, without the complex number.
>Matrix AB equals the transpose of BA. (AB = (BA)t)
>Because AB = (BA)t, or because of the cyclic property of matrix multiplication, the diagonals of AB equals the diagonals of...
I've been attempting to run through some quantum mechanics and I've seen something extremely odd, and I just can't spot my mistake.
I know the relationships: ##p = \frac{h}{\lambda}## and ##E = hf##. I also know the relationship ##E = \frac{p^2}{2m}##.
I tried to show using the energy-momentum...
I am getting started in applying the quantization of the harmonic oscillator to the free scalar field.
After studying section 2.2. of Tong Lecture notes (I attach the PDF, which comes from 2.Canonical quantization here https://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/tong/qft.html), I went through my notes...
(a) I present the following counter example for this. Let ##A = \{0,1,2,\ldots \}## and ##B = \{ 2,4,6, \ldots \} ##. Also, let ##C = \{ 1, 2 \} ## and ##D = \{3 \}##. Now, we can form a bijection ##f: A \longrightarrow B## between ##A## and ##B## as follows. If ##f(x) = 2x + 2##, we can see...
In a few textbooks in introductory quantum mechanics which I have looked through (e.g. Griffiths), it is heavily emphasized that the momentum-position uncertainty relation has a completely different meaning from the energy-time uncertainty relation, and that they are quite unrelated and only...
$$H$$ can be rewritten as $$H=\frac{1}{2}(S^2-S_{1}^2-S_{2}^2-S_{3}^2-S_{4}^2)$$. Let's focus on the x component, $$J^x=\sum_{i}S_i^x$$. Now $$S_1^x$$ commutes with $$S^2_1, S^2_2, S^2_3, S^2_4$$, but does it commute with $$S^2$$? If not, what is the exact relation between $$S^2$$ and $$S_1^x$$?
Hi to all, I whant to ask a question about theoretical chemistry. Let us consider a cyclic reaction ##\alpha A\rightarrow \beta B\rightarrow \gamma C\rightarrow \alpha A## where ##\alpha,\beta;\gamma## are the stochiometric coefficients and ##A,B,C## chemical molecules ... there are relations...
Hi
I'm sure i understood this a week or so ago, and I've forgot the idea now. I'm just really confused, again, how you read the commutator relationships of from the action ?
many thanks
(source http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/tong/qhe/five.pdf)
There’s a rigid rod pushing on a wedge. Velocity of the rod is v, which is vertically downwards, and the wedge is sliding to the right as a result with a velocity u. There is zero friction on the surface of the wedge and the surface of the rod in contact with the wedge.
According to wedge...
dG= -SdT + VdP ... now dividing by dV holding temperature constant
(dG/dV)T = -S (dT/dV)T + V (dP/dV)T ... now dT and constant temperature cancel out
final answer:
(dG/dV)T = V (dP/dV)T
Hello everybody,
In all QFT courses one starts very early with commutation and anti-commutation relation. My main question is why do we do this and what is the motivation?
I have already asked few people including our professor but could not get a clear answer.
I am talking about the...
(a) Okay, so if Tom climbs the first step, then he has ##n-1## steps to climb. So the number of ways to climb ##n## steps given he has initially climbed one, is ##s_n=s_{n-1}##.
(b) Similarly, ##s_n=s_{n-2}##.
I'm kind of confused on how to evaluate the principal value as it's a topic I've never seen in complex analysis and all the literature I've read so far only deals with the formal definition, not providing an example on how to calculate it properly. Therefore, I think just understanding at least...
Let $0<b<a$ and $(x_{n})_{n\in \mathbb{N}}$ with $x_{0}=1, \ x_{1}=a+b$
$$x_{n+2}=(a+b)\cdot x_{n+1}-ab\cdot x_{n}$$
a) If $0<b<a$ and $L=\lim_{n\rightarrow \infty }\frac{x_{n+1}}{x_{n}}$ then $L= ?$
b) If $0<b<a<1$ and $L=\lim_{n\rightarrow \infty }\sum_{k=0}^{n}x_{k}$ then $L= ?$
I don't know...
I hope I put this in the correct section of this forum, I apologize if I didn't.
Homework Statement :[/B]
It is well known that the generators
$$
Q_\alpha = \frac{\partial}{\partial \theta^\alpha} - i \sigma^\mu_{\alpha \dot \beta} \bar{\theta}^\dot{\beta} \partial_\mu
$$
and
$$...
Q1: Write all proper subsets of S = {1, 2, 3, 4 }.
Q2: Let S = {1,2,5,6 }
Define a relation R on S of at least four order pairs, as (a,b) R iff a*b is even (i.e. a multiply by b is even)...
I have a question regarding the covariance of the equal time commutation relations in relativistic quantum field theory. In the case of a scalar field one has that the commutator is (see Peskin, pag. 28 eq. (2.53) )
$ [\phi(0), \phi(y)] = D(-y) - D(y) $
is an invariant function, which is zero...
Homework Statement
Suppose ##R## and ##S## are relations on a set ##A##.
If ##R## and ##S## are transitive, is ##R \cup S## transitive? Why?
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
Suppose that ##a## is an arbitrarily but particularly picked element of ##R \cup S##, then
$$a \in R \...
I understand that the first part of the equation is an equivalence class due to reflexivity, symmetry, and transivity... but I am confused on the second part. Could someone please help me out? THANKS
Does anybody know of examples, in which groups defined by ##[\varphi(X),\varphi(Y)]=[X,Y]## are investigated? The ##X,Y## are vectors of a Lie algebra, so imagine them to be differential operators, or vector fields, or as physicists tend to say: generators. The ##\varphi## are thus linear...
Hello, I've been working through some Digital Signal Processing stuff by myself online, and I saw a system that I wanted to write down as a Linear Algebra Equation. It's a simple delay feedback loop, looks like this:
The (+) is an adder that adds 2 signals together, so the signal from x[n]...
Let R\subseteq A*B be a binary relation from A to B , show that R is a function if and only if R^-1(not) R \subseteq idB and Rnot aR^-1 \supseteq both hold. Remember that Ida(idB) denotes the identity relation/ Function {(a.a)|a A} over A ( respectively ,B)
Please see the attachment ,I...