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With this section we finish our general survey of chaos in classical and quantum mechanics and turn to a discussion of specific examples of the manifestations of chaos in atomic physics. [Pg.116]

MSN.131.1. Prigogine, T. Y. Petrosky, H. H. Hasegawa, and S. Tasaki, Integrability and chaos in classical and quantum mechanics. Chaos, SoUt. Fractals 1, 3-24 (1991). [Pg.59]

This type of energy exchange in an autoionization process may correspond with the behavior of a kicked rotator in classical mechanics, which is known to exhibit chaos. It would be worthwhile to consider an autoionization process of a simple diatomic molecule in its Rydberg states to understand experimentally the essential dynamics of a quantum system, whose classical counterpart exhibits chaos. [Pg.446]

Here, we also include the contributions related to quantum mechanics The chapter by Takami et al. discusses control of quantum chaos using coarsegrained laser fields, and the contribution of Takahashi and Ikeda deals with tunnehng phenomena involving chaos. Both discuss how chaos in classical behavior manifests itself in the quantum counterpart, and what role it will play in reaction dynamics. [Pg.558]

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