Innovative Computational Methods in Nuclear Many-body Problems: Towards a New Generation of Physics in Finite Quantum Systems - Proceedings of the XVI

Innovative Computational Methods in Nuclear Many-body Problems: Towards a New Generation of Physics in Finite Quantum Systems - Proceedings of the XVI

By: M. Kamimura (editor), H. Horiuchi (editor), Y. Fujiwara (editor), etc. (editor), Y. Sakuragi (editor), M. Matsuo (editor), H. Toki (editor)Hardback

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Rapid innovations in supercomputer technology are changing the concepts of numerical calculations employed in solving a wide variety of nuclear many-body problems. The purpose of the 27th RCNP International Symposium on Innovative Computational Methods in Nuclear Many-Body Problems (INNOCOM97) was to discuss the frontiers of various computational methods and to exchange ideas in wide fields of nuclear physics. These papers cover almost all the areas of nuclear physics.

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Contents

Few-body systems; Monte Carlo methods - light unstable nuclei and few-body systems, shell model and effective interactions, nuclear reactions and structures; QCD and lattice - quarks and strangeness, Hartree-Fock methods and collective motion, heavy ion reactions.

Product Details

  • publication date: 03/09/1998
  • ISBN13: 9789810235239
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 552
  • ID: 9789810235239
  • ISBN10: 9810235232

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