Topological interference in nonlinear bounded systems
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Topological interference is a self-interference of wave packets evolving in quantum wells. A particular manifestation of this self-interference is an effect with no classical counterpart-a symmetric wave packet splitting. Employing reasonable approximations, we give a semianalytical interpretation of this effect.
KeywordsField Theory Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory Wave Packet Reasonable Approximation
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