An involution and dynamics for theq-deformed quantum top
An involution on the phase space of the q-deformed quantum top is constructed which singles out a q-analog of its compact form, and a dynamics compatible with this involution is proposed which imitates the motion of the classical symmetric top. Bibliography:15 titles.
KeywordsPhase Space Compact Form
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