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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello

I am reading this book: "[URL [Broken] and the appearance of a classical word&f=false"]decoherence[/URL]

I hope someone could help me.

Please go to Appendix A1

Joos introduces the notation f(q,q'). What is the dimension of f from his notation?

Next page he writes that [tex]\int f^2 d\Omega d\Omega'[/tex] is a cross section.

do you understand why?

I am reading this book: "[URL [Broken] and the appearance of a classical word&f=false"]decoherence[/URL]

I hope someone could help me.

Please go to Appendix A1

Joos introduces the notation f(q,q'). What is the dimension of f from his notation?

Next page he writes that [tex]\int f^2 d\Omega d\Omega'[/tex] is a cross section.

do you understand why?

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