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Author:Karl-Erik Thylwe , Patrick McCabe
Data Source:[J].Journal of Mathematical Chemistry(IF 1.226), 2017, Vol.55 (8), pp.1638-1648Springer
Abstract:A decomposition of Legendre polynomials into propagating angular waves is derived with the aid of an amplitude-phase method. This decomposition is compared with the ’Nussenzveig/Fuller’ so called near/far-side decomposition of Legendre polynomials. The latter decomposition r...
Author:Karl-Erik Thylwe , Patrick McCabe
Data Source:[J].The European Physical Journal D(IF 1.513), 2014, Vol.68 (10), pp.1-6Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Certain broad low-energy peaks in the total cross sections relevant for electron-atom scattering are studied and found to be caused by a single partial wave. Such peaks are associated here with complex orbital angular momentum (Regge) pole trajectories. At the peak e...
Author:Tomasz Kapitaniak , Karl-Erik Thylwe
Data Source:[J].Chaos, Solitons and Fractals(IF 1.246), 1996, Vol.7 (10), pp.1569-1581Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)We consider the stability of the synchronized chaotic attractor of two identical, symmetrically coupled chaotic systems. The transverse stability of the synchronized chaotic attractor can be investigated based on the linearization of the transverse flow. In a numeric...
Author:Karl-Erik Thylwe , Patrick McCabe
Data Source:[J].Communications in Theoretical Physics(IF 0.954), 2015, Vol.64 (1)IOP
Abstract:Formulas for calculating Legendre functions and associated Legendre functions of the first kind of complex degree using an Ermakov–Lewis invariant are presented. These formulas are straight-forward to implement numerically and are motivated by the lack of computational routi...
Author:Karl-Erik Thylwe
Data Source:[J].Communications in Theoretical Physics(IF 0.954), 2017, Vol.67 (6)IOP
Abstract:A local momentum (LM) approximation applicable to semi-relativistic two-body repulsive interactions is presented. It assumes negligible variations in the (vector-type) potential. A Woods–Saxon barrier with a rectangular-like shape is studied in some detail. The LM-approximat...
Author:Karl-Erik Thylwe , Patrick McCabe
Data Source:[J].Communications in Theoretical Physics(IF 0.954), 2018, Vol.69 (1)IOP
Abstract:Certain broad low-energy peaks caused by a single partial wave in total cross sections are explained in terms of phase shifts. Such peaks have been associated with the real part of a Regge pole trajectory, having a maximum near an integer value of the angular momentum quantu...
Author:Karl-Erik Thylwe , Patrick McCabe
Data Source:[J].理论物理通讯(英文版)(IF 0.954), 2015, (07), pp.9-12
Abstract:Formulas for calculating Legendre functions and associated Legendre functions of the first kind of complex degree using an Ermakov–Lewis invariant are presented. These formulas are straight-forward to implement numerically and are motivated by the lack of computational routi...
Author:Karl-Erik Thylwe
Data Source:[J].理论物理通讯(英文版)(IF 0.954), 2017, (06), pp.619-625
Abstract:A local momentum(LM) approximation applicable to semi-relativistic two-body repulsive interactions is presented. It assumes negligible variations in the(vector-type) potential. A Woods–Saxon barrier with a rectangularlike shape is studied in some detail. The LM-approximation...
Author:Karl-Erik Thylwe , Patrick McCabe
Data Source:[J].理论物理通讯(英文版)(IF 0.954), 2018, (01), pp.28-30
Abstract:Certain broad low-energy peaks caused by a single partial wave in total cross sections are explained in terms of phase shifts. Such peaks have been associated with the real part of a Regge pole trajectory, having a maximum near an integer value of the angular momentum quantu...
Author:Majid Hamzavi , Sameer M. Ikhdair , Karl-Erik Thylwe
Data Source:[J].Zeitschrift für Naturforschung A(IF 1.363), 2014, Vol.67 (10-11), pp.567-571De Gruyter
Abstract:The Killingbeck potential consisting of the harmonic oscillator plus Cornell potential, ar2+br −c/r, is of great interest in particle physics. The solution of the Dirac equation with the Killingbeck potential is studied in the presence of the pseudospin (p-spin) s...

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