Algebraic topology--old and new: M.M. Postnikov memorial by Golasiski o.t.v.M., et al. (eds.)

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B. Mandelzweig, Phys. Lett. A337, 354-359 (2005). 10. Wei-&in Zham, arxiv:quant-ph/0310138 (2003). 11. R. Friedberg, T. D. Lee, Ann. Phys. 308, 263 (2003). 12. R. E. Langer, Phys. Rev. 51, 669 (1937). unesp. br T . Fredericoa, V. Tim6teob, M. T. YamashitaC,A. o Tecnoldgica, Unicamp, 13484-370, Limeira, SP, Bmsil Unidade Diferenciada de Itapeva, UNESP, 18409-010 Itapeva, SP, B r a d lnstituto de Fisica, Universidade Federal Fluminense, 2421 0-900 Niter&, RJ, B r a d a Departamento The nuclear matter calculations with realistic nucleon-nucleon potentials present a general scaling between the nucleon-nucleus binding energy, the corresponding saturation density, and the triton binding energy.

E. symmetry) with respect t o coordinate transformations. Although the standard model has been spectacularly successful, it has a big defect: the way symmetry breaking is applied is ad hoc, and not unique. Few physicists believe therefore that the standard model is the final theory. This problem, together with the lack of success of putting general relativity and quantum theory together, remain basic problems of fundamental physics a t the close of the 20th century. The three melodies, quantization, symmetry and phase factor are beautifully and subtly entwined in the path integral formalism of Feynmnn, modified by requiring the integrand to be a time-ordered product, (3) for non-Abelian gauge theory: Quantization is an essential strand through the presence of the quantum of action, h.

22 Due to the finite-range nature of the breakup operators discussed in Refs. 'l1O the unscreened limit for observables of t hree-nucleon reactions is reached with sufficient accuracy at rather modest screening radii R. Convergence with screening radius R is the internal criterion for the reliability of our Coulomb treatment. Usually it is impressively fast as Fig. 1 demonstrates for a sample kinematical configuration and therefore strongly suggests the reliability of the present calculational scheme.

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