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David Cyganski
David Cyganski is a collaborator on projects that contain the following public CoCalc documents:
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MIWsmi1Dv2.sagewsImplementation of Wiseman many interacting worlds simulation for 1D, 1 Particle systems
octave-symbolic.sagewsapparently this fails under Jupyter
print-issue-3.pdfproblem pretty printing matrix
bibstyles/utphys.bst
Lagrangian.pdf
print-issue-3.sagewsproblem pretty printing matrix
Two Equations of Lagrange.pdf
Integral Computations.sagews
HigherOrder.sagews.htmlmath display problems
HigherOrder.pdf
Hall1Dinterference.pdfFrom Poirier’s Bohmian Mechanics without Wavefunctions to Hall’s Many Interacting Worlds (1-D)
miw/discretization1.texDiscretization of the Quantum Dynamical Equations of Motion - One Dimension
pexpectupdated version of pexpect
verynasty4.sagewsbut
Hall1D.sagewsFrom Poirier’s Bohmian Mechanics without Wavefunctions to Hall’s Many Interacting Worlds (1-D)
quit.py
maxima_md test.sagewsMarkdown mode for Maxima
Test Pexpect 4.0.1.sagewshttp://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/10295#comment:174
miw/discretization1.pdfDiscretization of the Quantum Dynamical Equations of Motion - One Dimension
maxima_md.pyProcess Maxima output using Markdown.
fricas_md.pyProcess FriCAS output using Markdown.
discretization.tex
cleaner.py
octave.pyImproved version of the octave interface.
Fricas Work.sagewsFriCAS worksheet example
integral.sagewshttps://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sage-devel/GX-hYs0grdE
MIWsim1DjacobianV1b.sagewsImplementation of Wiseman Many-Interacting-Worlds simulation for 1D, 1 Particle systems
JacobianV2.txtbut
Two Equations of Lagrange.sagewsThe two equations are not independent.
Use_Sage_in_Jupyter_notebook_on_SageMathCloud.ipynbJupyter notebook Use_Sage_in_Jupyter_notebook_on_SageMathCloud.ipynb
Use_Sage_in_Jupyter_notebook_on_SageMathCloud.htmlJupyter html version of Use_Sage_in_Jupyter_notebook_on_SageMathCloud.ipynb
MIW2DVoronoiV1TestSagePlot.sagews
Hall2Dentangle1.sagewsEach moving point in the following diagram represents the position of two particles in a single world (four worlds are shown). As the point approaches the x=y line (shown in red), the particles approach each other and the classical potential is at a maximum. In three worlds the particles overcome the potential barrier and continue. But one world (the last to approach) is reflected back. Although initially the two particles in each world approach each other with the same velocity, the particles in the last world to approach the barrier have lost energy to their counterparts in other worlds due to the quantum mechanical (interworld) interaction. When viewed in the projection we see two particles rebound instead of passing each other.
expect.py
print_latex_func.sagewsexpression manipulations that do not preserve function latex_name and print_latex_func
octave.py.patchfix a few problems with the Sage octave interface
integral2.sagewsprettier versioin of integral.sagews
HigherOrder.ipynbEquation of Motion
HigherOrder-1.ipynbVanilla version
HigherOrder.sagewslines 72 and 75 have unnecessary horizontal scrollbars
Krenn.sagewsDemonstrate improved octave.py interface
Hall1Dtunneling.sagewsFrom Poirier’s Bohmian Mechanics without Wavefunctions to Hall’s Many Interacting Worlds (1-D)
fricas.pyModified version of fricas interface for Sage
axiom.py
Hall1Dtunneling.pdfFrom Poirier’s Bohmian Mechanics without Wavefunctions to Hall’s Many Interacting Worlds (1-D)