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Statistical mechanics of nonconservative systems. (English) Zbl 0163.23002
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[1] S. Guiasu:Compt. Rend.,216, 1179 (1965);S. Guiasu:Rend. Acad. Lincei,39, 447 (1966).
[2] G. Racah:Rend. Acad. Lincei,25, 223 (1937);P. Caldirola:Rend. Ist. Lomb. Scienze,72, 379 (1939).
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[5] seeCaldirola (3). For other contributions to the quantization of nonconservative systems see:E. Kanai:Progr. Theor. Phys.,3, 440 (1948);E. H. Kerner:Can. Journ. Phys.,36, 371 (1958);K. W. H. Stesen:Proc. Phys. Soc.,72, 1027 (1958);G. Valentini:Rend. Ist. Lomb. Scienze,95, 255 (1958);P. G. Sona:Energia Nucleare,13, 318 (1966) has recently studied a more extensive class of nonconservative systems from the point of view both of classical mechanics and of quantum mechanics.
[6] I. E. Farquhar (4) (see especially Sect. 8).
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