Adiabatic Phases in Classical Mechanics
Part of the Progress in Mathematical Physics book series (PMP, volume 36)
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What could be a classical analog of the quantum geometric phase? An obvious candidate, which is even called a phase, is the phase of harmonic motion:
$$ x(t) = A cos(\omega t + \phi _0 ). $$
KeywordsHamiltonian System Field Line Inertial Frame Symplectic Manifold Geometric Phase
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