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Reminds me on an advice I once gave on how to write a master thesis: "Write it down, so you will easily understand it. Then remove every third line. Finally implement some obvious mistakes, so that the reviewer has something to criticize. That's the only way to ensure you won't have to write an entire different paper after the prof is done with his remarks."berkeman said:I think Greg is working on a new feature for the PF software:
Depending on the starting thread prefix level, these translations can be fairly easy, or pretty hard. Translating from "I" to "B" so far looks like all we have to do is delete every other word. There is an ongoing debate in the Mentor forums about whether to delete odd or even words. I've voted for even words in the poll, since deleting the first word in each sentence often interferes with correct grammar.
- Translate to "B" level
- Translate to "I" level
- Translate to "A" level
Translating from "B" to "A" so far is the most problematic, although we are beta testing an AI bot that shows some promise...
Eigenstates in quantum mechanics refer to states in which a physical system has a definite value for a particular observable. In other words, it is a state in which the system's properties are well-defined and can be measured.
Eigenvalues are the possible values that can be measured for a particular observable in a given eigenstate. Each eigenstate has its corresponding eigenvalue, which represents the physical quantity associated with that state.
Block equations, also known as Bloch equations, are a set of mathematical equations used to describe the time evolution of a quantum system. They are commonly used to model the behavior of spin systems in the presence of external fields.
In quantum computing, block equations are used to describe the dynamics of qubits, which are the basic units of quantum information. By manipulating the external fields that affect the qubits, we can control their evolution and perform operations on them.
Regge theory is a mathematical framework used to study the scattering of particles at high energies. It provides a way to understand the behavior of particles when they collide and interact with each other. It has been applied to various areas of physics, including particle physics, nuclear physics, and gravitation.