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  • Recursive Schrodinger Equation Approach to Faster Converging Path Integrals

    Balaz, Antun; Bogojevic, Aleksandar; Vidanovic, Ivana; Pelster, Axel (2009)
    Projects: EC | EGEE-III (222667)
    By recursively solving the underlying Schr¨odinger equation, we set up an efficient systematic approach for deriving analytic expressions for discretized effective actions. With this we obtain discrete short-time propagators for both one and many particles in arbitrary dimension to orders which have not been accessible before. They can be used to substantially speed up numerical Monte Carlo calculations of path integrals, as well as for setting up a new analytical approximation scheme for ene...

    An International Comparative Family Medicine Study of the Transition Project Data from the Netherlands, Malta and Serbia. Is Family Medicine an International Discipline? Comparing Diagnostic Odds Ratios across Populations

    Soler, Jean K; Okkes, Inge; Oskam, Sibo; van Boven, Kees; Zivotic, Predrag; Jevtic, Milan; Dobbs, Frank (2012)
    Projects: EC | TRANSFORM (247787)
    Introduction. This is an international study of the epidemiology of family medicine (FM) in three practice populations from the Netherlands, Malta and Serbia. Diagnostic associations between common reasons for encounter (RfEs) and episodes titles are compared and similarities and differences are described and analysed. Methodology. Participating family doctors (FDs) recorded details of all their patient contacts in an ‘episode of care (EoC)’ structure using the International Classification of...

    Path Integrals without Integrals

    Balaz, Antun; Vidanovic, Ivana; Bogojevic, Aleksandar (2011)
    Projects: EC | EGI-INSPIRE (261323)
    Recently, we have developed an efficient recursive approach for analytically calculating the short-time expansion of the propagator to extremely high orders for a general many-body quantum system. Here we give brief overview of this approach and then demonstrate application of this technique by numerically studying the thermodynamical properties of a rotating ideal Bose gas of 87Rb atoms in an anharmonic trap. The obtained results improve previous semiclassical calculations and agree well wit...

    An International Comparative Family Medicine Study of the Transition Project Data from the Netherlands, Malta, Japan and Serbia. An Analysis of Diagnostic Odds Ratios Aggregated Across Age Bands, Years of Observation and Individual Practices

    Soler, Jean K; Okkes, Inge; Oskam, Sibo; van Boven, Kees; Zivotic, Predrag; Jevtic, Milan; Dobbs, Frank; Lamberts, Henk (2012)
    Projects: EC | TRANSFORM (247787)
    Introduction. This is a study of the process of diagnosis in family medicine (FM) in four practice populations from the Netherlands, Malta, Serbia and Japan. Diagnostic odds ratios (ORs) for common reasons for encounter (RfEs) and episode titles are used to study the process of diagnosis in international FM and to test the assumption that data can be aggregated across different age bands, practices and years of observation. Methodology. Participating family doctors (FDs) recorded details of a...

    Comparisons and Comments on Electron and Ion Impact Profiles of Spectral Lines

    Sahal-Brechot, Sylvie; Dimitrijevic, Milan S.; Nessib, Nebil Ben (2012)
    Projects: EC | VAMDC (239108)
    Stark broadening theory is currently operated for calculating widths and shifts of spectral lines that are needed for spectroscopic diagnostics and modelling in astrophysics, laboratory and technological plasmas. We have calculated a great number of data, obtained through the impact semiclassical perturbation theory: tables have been published for neutral atom and ion emitters, and typical temperatures, electron and ion densities. They are currently implemented in the STARK-B database which p...
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