Selected papers of M. Ohya.9789812794192
Selected papers of M. Ohya.
Ohya, whose research interests include quantum entropy entropy (ĕn`trəpē), quantity specifying the amount of disorder or randomness in a system bearing energy or information. Originally defined in thermodynamics in terms of heat and temperature, entropy indicates the degree to which a given , quantum information In quantum mechanics, quantum information is physical information that is held in the "state" of a quantum system. The most popular unit of quantum information is the qubit, a two-state quantum system. theory, quantum computers (computer) quantum computer - A type of computer which uses the ability of quantum systems, such as a collection of atoms, to be in many different states at once. In theory, such superpositions allow the computer to perform many different computations simultaneously. , mathematical physics mathematical physics
Branch of mathematical analysis that emphasizes tools and techniques of particular use to physicists and engineers. It focuses on vector spaces, matrix algebra, differential equations (especially for boundary value problems), integral equations, integral and information genetics, is the Dean of Science and Technology at the Tokyo U. of Science as well as the director and founder of university's Quantum Bio-Informatics Center. These 33 papers dating from the late 1970s to 2008 reflect his growth as a pioneer in rigorous, interdisciplinary study. For example, the most recent article in the collection addresses not only adaptive dynamics and its application to chaos but the thought of Sartre and Husserl.
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