Difference Methods and Their Role in the Theory of Coherent Phenomena

  • V. P. Karasev
  • L. A. Shelepin
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 87)

Abstract

The possibility of using the calculus of finite differences in the physics of coherent phenomena is examined. The dual nature of the second quantization operators is analyzed and the necessity of having a finite-difference description of coherent phenomena as well as the differential description is pointed out. A detailed discussion of finite-difference relations is given and their relationship with the generalized hypergeometric functions, the theory of orthogonal polynomials, and the Clebsch-Gordan coefficients is studied. It is shown that computational group theoretical methods and, in particular, the theory of angular momentum may be formulated in the language of finite differences. The results presented here may serve as a basis for some physical applications.

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  • L. A. Shelepin

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