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Wave operators for classical particle scattering. (English) Zbl 0238.70012

MSC:
70F35 Collision of rigid or pseudo-rigid bodies
70G10 Generalized coordinates; event, impulse-energy, configuration, state, or phase space for problems in mechanics
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