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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: TWISTED CLASSICAL PHASE SPACES - A CONSEQUENCE OF THE QUANTUM INDISTINGUISHABILITY OF INTERACTING SPINS
Author: PELLEGRINO, GQ
FURUYA, K
NEMES, MC
DECARVALHO, SP
Abstract: We argue that in systems with finite Hilbert spaces, the quantum-kinematical constraint imposed by the identity of particles on the associated Hilbert spaces has a classical counterpart: the corresponding classical phase spaces exhibit non-trivial topological differences depending on whether such particles are distinguishable or not. We show this explicitly in the context of the two-interacting-spin model with axial anisotropy.
Country: França
Editor: Editions Physique
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1209/0295-5075/27/1/002
Date Issue: 1994
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