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Should the Non-Classical Logician be Embarrassed?
(Blackwell Publishing, 2021-03)
Non-classical logicians do not typically reject classically valid logical principles across the board. In fact, they sometimes suggest that their preferred logic recovers classical reasoning in most circumstances. This ...
Classical recapture and maximality
The idea of classical recapture has played a prominent role for non-classical logicians. In the specific case of non-classical theories of truth, although we know that it is not possible to retain classical logic for every ...
Classical Mexican Games
A text is analyzed about one of the classic Mexican games that we older adults remember from our childhood, on the other hand, the WH Words in the English language are reinforced.
H-Classics: characterizing the concept of citation classics through H-index
Citation classics identify those highly cited papers which are an important reference point in a research field. To identify a paper as a citation classic we have to fix a citation threshold value. Usually, this threshold ...
Stieltjes functions and discrete classical orthogonal polynomials
Classical orthogonal polynomials can be characterized in terms of the corresponding Stieltjes function. We consider the construction of a Stieltjes function in terms of the falling factorials for discrete classical orthogonal ...
Self-induced decoherence and the classical limit of quantum mechanics
(University of Chicago Press, 2005-12)
In this paper we argue that the emergence of the classical world from the underlying quantum reality involves two elements: self‐induced decoherence and macroscopicity. Self‐induced decoherence does not require the openness ...
DIGITAL EDITIONS IN CLASSICS: ELEMENTS OF GENRE IN THE PRODUCTION AND READING OF THE GREEK AND LATIN LANGUAGES
(Univ Sao Paulo, Fac Filosofia Letras & Ciencias Humanas, 2020-05-01)
Digital editions in Classics have emerged as allies in breaking down barriers and facing challenges in teaching classical languages and cultures. The aim of this article is to highlight some specific features of digital ...
Quantum-classical correspondence and the role of the dipole function in molecular dissociation
(Elsevier B.V., 2014-07-18)
We consider the quantum and classical dissociation dynamics of heteronuclear diatomic molecules induced by infrared laser pulses. The field-molecule interaction is given by the product of the time-dependent electric field ...
The classical limit of non-integrable quantum systems, a route to quantum chaos
The classical limit of non-integrable quantum systems is studied. We define non-integrable quantum systems as those, which have, as their classical limit, a non-integrable classical system. This quantum systems will be the ...