|Random Sphere I||
Random and repeated superposition of waves on the surface of a sphere, simulating extreme quantum chaos.
|Random Sphere II||
Random superposition of waves on the surface of a sphere, simulating extreme quantum chaos.
Random wave on a linear ramp potential in two dimensions.
Approaching chaos: perspective of random wave in two dimensions.
Simulation of quantum chaos:Blurred and colored sets of parallel lines ruled on a plane, overlapping in the central region.
Rapid variation of a quantum wavefunction (middle) gives way to slow variation in the "forbidden" regime.
A formerly ordered wave packet looks disheveled after colliding with a rough barrier.
|Nodal domains I||
Nodal domains in a quantum random wave are mapped on a sphere
|Nodal domains III||
Nodal domains in a two dimensional spring mapped onto a sphere and a plane.
|Nodal Domains II||
Random wave in a two dimensional oscillator
Nodal8 is a quantum random wave corresponding to a mass on a spring with the mass attached to a point and flying around in the plane of the image.
Ordered Motion and Crystals || Quantum Random Waves || Classical Electron Flow || Quantum Modes and Classical Analogs || Quasi Classical Correspondence, Quantum Scars || Quantum Resonances || Classical Collisions || Quantum Quasi Crystal || Maps || Caustics || Rogue Waves || Screen Savers || Sound
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