Hamiltonian and Hereditary Properties of Continuous Electrical Media

  • Fargue Daniel
Part of the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences book series (CISM, volume 261)


Hamiltonian mechanics of matter, which are almost exclusively used in microphysics, are nevertheless unable to give account of some of the essential features of matter: the privileged part of quantum mechanical stationary states and their stability, the sudden changes between these statesl,2 or a sufficiently convincing explanation of macroscopic irreversibility2,3.


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  • Fargue Daniel
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  1. 1.Ecole des MinesParisFrance

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