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Constrained Hamiltonian Systems

A J. Hanson

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Published
**1974** by Princeton University in Princeton (N.J.) .

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | [by] A.J. Hanson, T. Regge [and] C. Teitelboim. |

Contributions | Regge, Tullio., Teitbam, C. |

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Open Library | OL16524383M |

Constrained Hamiltonian systems are investigated by using Gueler's method. Integration of a set of equations of motion and the action function is discussed. It is shown that the canonical path integral quantization is obtained directly as an integration over the . And in the Hamiltonian approach, the presence of gauge symmetries requires one to understand the Dirac analysis of constrained Hamiltonian systems, first- and second-class constraints, Dirac brackets, Castellani’s construction of the symmetry generator, the proper boundary behavior of variables to construct conserved quantities, the whole. Trapezoidal rule. Constrained systems. General Poisson structures. Multistep methods. Partial differential equations. Reversable systems. Volume preserving flows. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary The purpose of this book is to present a unified introduction to the interdisciplinary and growing field of symplectic integration of Hamiltonian.

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