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Publications 1989–2004

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2004

  • Georg Junker
  • Supersymmetry methods in quantum physics
  • pages 470 in: Concise Encyclopedia of Supersymmetry and Noncommutative Structure in Mathematics and Physics (editor(s): S. Duplij, W. Siegel, J. Bagger), Kluwer, Dordrecht 2004
  • Hans Behringer
  • Microcanonical entropy for small magnetizations
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 37(4), 1443–1458 (2004)
  • Hajo Leschke and Simone Warzel
  • Quantum-classical transitions in Lifshitz tails with magnetic fields
  • Physical Review Letters 92(8), 086402:1–4 (2004)
  • Michel Pleimling and Ferenc Iglói
  • Nonequilibrium critical dynamics at surfaces: Cluster dissolution and nonalgebraic correlations
  • Physical Review Letters 92(14), 145701:1–4 (2004)
  • Michel Pleimling
  • Critical phenomena at perfect and non-perfect surfaces
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 37(19), R79-R115 (2004)
  • Malte Henkel, Alan Picone, Michel Pleimling and Jeremie Unterberger
  • Local scale invariance and its applications to strongly anisotropic critical phenomena
  • in: Mathematical Physics Frontiers (editor(s): Charles V. Benton), Nova Science, New York 2004
  • Malte Henkel, Matthias Paeßens and Michel Pleimling
  • Scaling of the linear response in simple aging systems without disorder
  • Physical Review E 69(5), 056109:1–10 (2004)
  • Kurt Broderix, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • Continuous integral kernels for unbounded Schrödinger semigroups and their spectral projections
  • Journal of Functional Analysis 212(2), 287–323 (2004)
  • Michel Pleimling
  • Comment on 'Fluctuation-dissipation relations in the nonequilibrium critical dynamics of Ising models'
  • Physical Review E 70(1), 018101:1–4 (2004)
  • Michel Pleimling, Hans Behringer and Alfred Hüller
  • Microcanonical scaling in small systems
  • Physics Letters A 328(6), 432–436 (2004)
  • Helmut Fink
  • Die Quantenwelt – unbestimmt und nichtlokal?
  • Physik in unserer Zeit 35(4), 168–173 (2004)
  • Michel Pleimling
  • Aging phenomena in critical semi-infinite systems.
  • Physical Review B 70(10), 104401:1–11 (2004)
  • M. Pleimling, F. A. Bagaméry, L. Turban and F. Iglói
  • Logarithmic corrections in the two-dimensional Ising model in a random surface field
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 37(37), 8801–8809 (2004)
  • M. Henkel, A. Picone and M. Pleimling
  • Two-time autocorrelation function in phase-ordering kinetics from local scale-invariance
  • Europhysics Letters 68(2), 191–197 (2004)
  • Klaus Mecke
  • A imagem da fisica na literatura
  • Gazeta de Fisica 27(4), 4–13 (2004)
  • Peter van Loock and Norbert Lütkenhaus
  • Simple criteria for the implementation of projective measurements with linear optics
  • Physical Review A 69(1), 012302:1–5 (2004)
  • Norbert Lütkenhaus
  • Quantum Key Distribution: How Do We Know It's Secure?
  • Optics & Photonics News 15(3), 24–28 (2004)
  • Kiyoshi Tamaki and Norbert Lütkenhaus
  • Unconditional security of the Bennett 1992 quantum key distribution protocol over lossy and noisy channel
  • Physical Review A 69(3), 032316:1–5 (2004)
  • Marcos Curty and Norbert Lütkenhaus
  • Effect of finite detector efficiencies on the security evaluation of quantum key distribution>
  • Physical Review A 69(4), 042321:1–10 (2004)
  • Stefan Scheel and Norbert Lütkenhaus
  • Upper bounds on success probabilities in linear optics
  • New Journal of Physics 6, 51 (2004)
  • Marcos Curty, Maciej Lewenstein and Norbert Lütkenhaus
  • Entanglement as precondition for secure quantum key distribution
  • Physical Review Letters 92(21), 217903:1–4 (2004)
  • D. Gottesman, H.-K. Lo, N. Lütkenhaus and J. Preskill
  • Security of quantum key distribution with imperfect devices
  • Quantum Information & Computation , (2004) 4(5), 325–360 (2004)
  • M. Takeoka, M. Sasaki, P. van Loock and N. Lütkenhaus
  • Quantum state Discrimination with Linear Optics and Continuous Measurement
  • pages 67–71 in: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing QCMC 2004, American Institute of Physics, New York 2004
    note: held July 25–29, 2004 in Glasgow, UK
  • Philippe Raynal, Peter van Loock and Norbert Lütkenhaus
  • Criteria for the Implementation of Projective Measurements in Quantum Optics
  • pages 91–95 in: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing QCMC 2004, American Institute of Physics, New York 2004
    note: held July 25–29, 2004 in Glasgow, UK
  • Stefan Scheel and Norbert Lütkenhaus
  • Upper Bounds on Success Probabilities in Linear Optics
  • pages 175–179 in: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing QCMC 2004, American Institute of Physics, New York 2004
    note: held July 25–29, 2004 in Glasgow, UK
  • M. Curty, O. Gühne, M. Lewenstein and N. Lütkenhaus
  • Quantum Correlations for Quantum Key Distribution Protocols
  • pages 307–311 in: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing QCMC 2004, American Institute of Physics, New York 2004
    note: held July 25–29, 2004 in Glasgow, UK
  • Jens Eisert, Philipp Hyllus, Otfried Gühne and Marcos Curty
  • Complete Hierarchies of efficient approximations to problems in entanglement theory
  • Physical Review A 70(6), 062317:1–14 (2004)

2003

  • Hans Behringer, Michel Pleimling and Alfred Hüller
  • Phase transitions in a cluster molecular field approximation
  • European Physical Journal B 31(1), 81–93 (2003)
  • Malte Henkel and Michel Pleimling
  • Aging, phase ordering and conformal invariance – Reply
  • Physical Review Letters 90(9), 099602:1 (2003)
  • Malte Henkel, Matthias Paeßens and Michel Pleimling
  • Scaling of the magnetic linear response in phase-ordering kinetics
  • Europhysics Letters 62(5), 664–670 (2003)
  • Hans Behringer
  • Symmetries of microcanonical entropy surfaces
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 36(33), 8739–8751 (2003)
  • Michel Pleimling
  • Lokales Skalenverhalten fern vom Gleichgewicht
  • Benutzerinformation Regionales Rechenzentrum Erlangen 70, 16–17 (2003)
  • Malte Henkel and Michel Pleimling
  • Local scale invariance as dynamical space-time symmetry in phase-ordering kinetics
  • Physical Review E 68(6), 065101:1–4 (2003)
  • Dirk Hundertmark, Werner Kirsch and Simone Warzel
  • Classical magnetic Lifshits tails in three space dimensions: impurity potentials with slow anisotropic decay
  • Markov Processes and Related Fields 9(4), 651–660 (2003)
  • Hajo Leschke, Peter Müller and Simone Warzel
  • A survey of rigorous results on random Schrödinger operators for amorphous solids
  • Markov Processes and Related Fields 9(4), 729–760 (2003)

2002

  • Olaf Rogalsky, Peter Vorderwisch, Alfred Hüller and Serge Hautecler
  • A heuristic quantum dissipation algorithm applied to new neutron scattering data of the free ammonia rotations in the Ni-Ni-biphenyl Hofmann clathrate
  • Journal of Chemical Physics 116(3), 1063–1071 (2002)
  • W. Selke, M. Pleimling, I. Peschel, M. Kaulke, M.-C. Chung and D.Catrein
  • Ising thin films with modulations and surface defects
  • Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 240, 349–351 (2002)
  • Michel Pleimling
  • Surface critical exponents at a uniaxial Lifshitz point
  • Physical Review B 65(18), 184406:1–9 (2002)
  • Walter Selke, Michel Pleimling and Daniel Catrein
  • Phase diagrams of Ising films with competing interactions
  • European Physical Journal B 27(3), 321–327 (2002)
  • Hajo Leschke, Rainer Ruder and Simone Warzel
  • Simple diamagnetic monotonicities for Schrödinger operators with inhomogeneous magnetic fields of constant direction
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 35(27), 5701–5709 (2002)
  • Michel Pleimling
  • Phase transitions at surfaces, edges, and corners
  • Computer Physics Communications 147(1–2), 101–106 (2002)
  • Malte Henkel and Michel Pleimling
  • Anisotropic scaling and generalized conformal invariance at Lifshitz points
  • Computer Physics Communications 147(1–2), 419–422 (2002)
  • Alfred Hüller and Michel Pleimling
  • Microcanonical determination of the order parameter critical exponent
  • International Journal of Modern Physics C 13(7), 947–956 (2002)
  • Christian Gutt, Werner Press, Alfred Hüller and John S. Tse
  • Rotational dynamics in methane hydrate
  • Applied Physics A 74(Suppl.), S1299–S1301 (2002)
  • Georgi D. Raikov and Simone Warzel
  • Spectral asymptotics for magnetic Schrödinger operators with rapidly decreasing electric potentials
  • Comptes Rendus Mathematique 335(8), 683–688 (2002)
  • Michael Kastner
  • Existence and order of the phase transition of the Ising model with fixed magnetization
  • Journal of Statistical Physics 109(1–2), 133–142 (2002)
  • Georgi D. Raikov and Simone Warzel
  • Quasi-classical versus non-classical spectral asymptotics for magnetic Schrödinger operators with decreasing electric potentials
  • Reviews in Mathematical Physics 14(10), 1051–1072 (2002)

2001

  • Christian Gutt, Werner Press, Alfred Hüller, John S. Tse and Helene Casalta
  • The isotope effect and orientational potentials of methan molecules in gas hydrates
  • Journal of Chemical Physics 114(9), 4160–4170 (2001)
  • Michael Kastner and Michael Promberger
  • Consistency of microcanonical and canonical finite-size scaling
  • Journal of Statistical Physics 103(5–6), 893–902 (2001)
  • Michael Kastner and Michael Promberger
  • Comment on A comparison between broad histogram and multicanonical methods
  • Journal of Statistical Physics 104(3–4), 893–894 (2001)
  • Thomas Hupfer, Hajo Leschke, Peter Müller and Simone Warzel
  • The absolute continuity of the integrated density of states for magnetic Schrödinger operators with certain unbounded random potentials
  • Communications in Mathematical Physics 221(2), 229–254 (2001)
  • Michel Pleimling and Alfred Hüller
  • Crossing the coexistence line at constant magnetization
  • Journal of Statistical Physics 104(5–6), 971–989 (2001)
  • Michel Pleimling and Malte Henkel
  • Anisotropic scaling and generalized conformal invariance at Lifshitz points
  • Physical Review Letters 87(12), 125702:1–4 (2001)
  • Christian Gutt, Werner Press, Gerhard Bohrmann, Jens Greinert and Alfred Hüller
  • Brennendes Eis
  • Physikalische Blätter 57(9), 49–54 (2001)
  • Thomas Hupfer, Hajo Leschke and Simone Warzel
  • Upper bounds on the density of states of single Landau levels broadened by Gaussian random potentials
  • Journal of Mathematical Physics 42(12), 5626–5641 (2001)
  • Thomas Hupfer, Hajo Leschke, Peter Müller and Simone Warzel
  • Existence and uniqueness of the integrated density of states for Schrödinger operators with magnetic fields and unbounded random potentials
  • Reviews in Mathematical Physics 13(12), 1547–1581 (2001)
  • Malte Henkel, Michel Pleimling, Claude Godrèche and Jean-Marc Luck
  • Aging, phase ordering, and conformal invariance
  • Physical Review Letters 87(26), 265701:1–4 (2001)

2000

  • Kurt Broderix, Dirk Hundertmark and Hajo Leschke
  • Continuity properties of Schrödinger semigroups with magnetic fields
  • Reviews in Mathematical Physics 12(2), 181–225 (2000)
  • Michael Kastner, Michael Promberger and Alfred Hüller
  • Microcanonical finite-size scaling
  • Journal of Statistical Physics 99(5–6), 1251–1264 (2000)
  • Michael Promberger, Michael Kastner and Alfred Hüller
  • Magnetic properties of finite systems: microcanonical finite-size scaling
  • pages 185–190 in: Springer Proceedings in Physics, Vol. 85: Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics XII (editor(s): D. P. Landau, S. P. Lewis, H.-B. Schüttler), Springer-Verlag, Berlin 2000
  • Thomas Hupfer, Hajo Leschke and Simone Warzel
  • The multiformity of Lifshits tails caused by random Landau Hamiltonians with repulsive impurity potentials of different decay at infinity
  • pages 233–247 in: AMS/IP Studies in Advanced Mathematics, Vol. 16: Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics (editor(s): Rudi Weikard and Gilbert Weinstein), International Press, Cambridge, MA 2000
  • Michel Pleimling and Walter Selke
  • Droplets in the coexistence region of the two-dimensional Ising model
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 33(22), L199–L202 (2000)
  • Helmut Fink and Hajo Leschke
  • Is the universe a quantum system?
  • Foundations of Physics Letters 13(4), 345–356 (2000)
  • Michael Kastner, Michael Promberger and J. D. Muñoz
  • Broad histogram method: extension and efficiency test
  • Physical Review E 62(5), 7422–7429 (2000)
  • Walter Selke, Daniel Catrein and Michel Pleimling
  • Spatially modulated magnetic structures in thin films
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 33(47), L459–L463 (2000)
  • Werner Fischer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • Spectral localization by Gaussian random potentials in multi-dimensional continuous space
  • Journal of Statistical Physics 101(5–6), 935–985 (2000)
  • M.-C. Chung, M. Kaulke, I. Peschel, M. Pleimling and W. Selke
  • Ising films with surface defects
  • The European Physical Journal B 18(4), 655–661 (2000)
  • G. Ganbold
  • A retarded action functional for the Dirac polaron
  • Theoretical and Mathematical Physics 122(2), 193–199 (2000)
    note: Russian original: Teor. Mat. Fiz. 122, 231–238 (2000)

1999

  • F. Cannata, M. Ioffe, G. Junker and D. Nishnianidze
  • Intertwining relations of non-stationary Schrödinger operators
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 32(19), 3583–3598 (1999)
  • Akira Inomata and Georg Junker
  • A history of Feynman's sum over histories in quantum mechanics
  • pages 19–21 in: Path Integrals from peV to TeV: 50 years after Feynman's paper (editor(s): R. Casalbuoni, R.Giachetti, V.Tognetti, R. Vaia, P.Verrucchi), World Scientific, Singapore 1999
  • Bernhard Bodmann, Hajo Leschke and Simone Warzel
  • A rigorous path-integral formula for quantum spin dynamics via planar Brownian motion
  • pages 173–176 in: Path Integrals from peV to TeV: 50 years after Feynman's paper (editor(s): R. Casalbuoni, R.Giachetti, V.Tognetti, R. Vaia, P.Verrucchi), World Scientific, Singapore 1999
  • G. Junker and J. R. Klauder
  • Coherent-state path-integral approach for constrained fermion systems
  • pages 213–216 in: Path Integrals from peV to TeV: 50 years after Feynman's paper (editor(s): R. Casalbuoni, R.Giachetti, V.Tognetti, R. Vaia, P.Verrucchi), World Scientific, Singapore 1999
  • G. Ganbold and G. V. Efimov
  • Fröhlich-Feynman polaron in D dimensions
  • pages 387–390 in: Path Integrals from peV to TeV: 50 years after Feynman's paper (editor(s): R. Casalbuoni, R.Giachetti, V.Tognetti, R. Vaia, P.Verrucchi), World Scientific, Singapore 1999
  • Bernhard Bodmann, Hajo Leschke and Simone Warzel
  • A rigorous path integral for quantum spin using flat-space Wiener regularization
  • Journal of Mathematical Physics 40(6), 2549–2559 (1999)
  • Markus Hormeß and Georg Junker
  • More on coupling coefficients for the most degenerate representations of SO(n)
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 32(23), 4249–4256 (1999)
  • Georg Junker and Pinaki Roy
  • Non-linear coherent states associated with conditionally exactly solvable problems
  • Physics Letters A 257(3–4), 113–119 (1999)
  • C. Gutt, B. Asmussen, W. Press, C. Merkl, H. Casalta, J. Greinert, G. Bohrmann, J. S. Tse and A. Hüller
  • Quantum rotations in natural methane-clathrates from the Pacific sea-floor
  • Europhysics Letters 48(3), 269–275 (1999)
  • Thomas Hupfer, Hajo Leschke and Simone Warzel
  • Poissonian obstacles with Gaussian walls discriminate between classical and quantum Lifshits tailing in magnetic fields
  • Journal of Statistical Physics 97(3–4), 725–750 (1999)
  • Michael Kastner, Michael Promberger and Alfred Hüller
  • Magnetic properties of finite 3D Ising systems: a microcanonical approach
  • pages 161–165 in: Springer Proceedings in Physics, Vol. 84: Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics XI (editor(s): D. P. Landau, H.-B. Schüttler), Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1999

1998

  • Georg Junker and John R. Klauder
  • Coherent-state quantization of constrained fermion systems
  • The European Physical Journal C 4(1), 173–183 (1998)
  • G. Ganbold and G. V. Efimov
  • Polaron effective mass in d dimensions within and beyond the generalized Gaussian approximation
  • Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 10(22), 4845–4856 (1998)
  • Werner Fischer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • On the averaged quantum dynamics by white-noise Hamiltonians with and without dissipation
  • Annalen der Physik (8th series) 7, 59–100 (1998)
    note: reprinted on pages 79–121 in: Understanding Physics (editor: A. K. Richter), Copernicus, Katlenburg-Lindau, 1998
  • Akira Inomata, Georg Junker and Claudia Rösch
  • Remarks on the magnetic top
  • Foundations of Physics 28(5), 729–739 (1998)
  • Georg Junker and Pinaki Roy
  • Supersymmetry, exactly solvable problems, and non-linear algebras
  • pages 236–238 in: Proceedings of the 5th Wigner Symposium (editor(s): P. Kasperkovitz, D. Grau), World Scientific, Singapore 1998
  • Alto Stemmer and Alfred Hüller
  • Monte Carlo simulation of type-1 fcc Ising antiferromagnets
  • Physical Review B 58(2), 887–889 (1998)
  • Francesco Cannata, Georg Junker and Johannes Trost
  • Schrödinger operators with complex potentials but real spectrum
  • Physics Letters A 246(3–4), 219–226 (1998)
  • Francesco Cannata, Georg Junker and Johannes Trost
  • Solvable potentials, non-linear algebras, and associated coherent states
  • pages 209–218 in: AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 453: Particles, Fields and Gravitation (editor(s): J. Rembielinski), American Institute of Physics, Woodbury, NY 1998
  • Georg Junker and Pinaki Roy
  • Supersymmetric construction of exactly solvable potentials and nonlinear algebras
  • Yadernaya Fizika 61, 1850–1856 (1998)
    note: Physics of Atomic Nuclei 61, 1736-1743 (1998)
  • Georg Junker and Pinaki Roy
  • Conditionally exactly solvable potentials: A supersymmetric construction method
  • Annals of Physics 270(1), 155–177 (1998)
  • Georg Junker
  • Quantum and classical stochastic dynamics: Exactly solvable models by supersymmetric methods
  • pages 94–103 in: III. International Workshop on Classical and Quantum Integrable Systems (editor(s): L. G. Mardoyan, G. S. Pogosyan, A. N. Sissakian), Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna 1998

1997

  • Georg Junker, Hajo Leschke and Ingbert Zan
  • Explicit thermostatics of Stanley's n-vector model on the harmonic chain by Fourier analysis
  • Physica A 237(1–2), 257–284 (1997)
  • Georg Junker, Harald Karl and Hajo Leschke
  • Classical and quantum dynamics of the n-dimensional kicked rotator
  • Physics Letters A 226(3–4), 155–166 (1997)
  • Georg Junker and Pinaki Roy
  • Construction of (1+1)-dimensional field models with exactly solvable fluctuation equations about classical finite-energy configurations
  • Annals of Physics 256(2), 302–319 (1997)
  • Georg Junker
  • Quasi-classical results on supersymmetric quantum mechanics
  • pages 504–508 in: Group 21: Physical Applications and Mathematical Aspects of Geometry, Groups, and Algebras, Vol. 1 (editor(s): H.-D. Doebner, P. Nattermann, W. Scherer), World Scientific, Singapore 1997
  • Werner Fischer, Thomas Hupfer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • Rigorous results on Schrödinger operators with certain Gaussian random potentials in multi-dimensional continuous space
  • pages 105–112 in: Differential Equations, Asymptotic Analysis, and Mathematical Physics (editor(s): M. Demuth and B.-W. Schulze), Akademie-Verlag, Berlin 1997
  • Werner Fischer, Thomas Hupfer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • Existence of the density of states for multi-dimensional continuum Schrödinger operators with Gaussian random potentials
  • Communications in Mathematical Physics 190(1), 133–141 (1997)
  • Georg Junker and Pinaki Roy
  • Conditionally exactly solvable problems and non-linear algebras
  • Physics Letters A 232(3–4), 155–161 (1997)
  • Werner Fischer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • Comment on 'On the Coulomb potential in one dimension' by P. Kurasov
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 30(15), 5579–5581 (1997)
  • G. Junker, P. Roy and Y. P. Varshni
  • Quasi-classical investigation of nonpolynomial central potentials with broken supersymmetry
  • Canadian Journal of Physics 75(10), 695–703 (1997)
  • Markus Böhm, Kurt Broderix and Hajo Leschke
  • Broadening of the lowest Landau level by a Gaussian random potential with an arbitrary correlation length: an efficient continued-fraction approach
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 104(1), 111–115 (1997)
  • Markus Deserno
  • Tricriticality and the Blume-Capel model: A Monte Carlo study within the microcanonical ensemble
  • Physical Review E 56(5), 5204–5210 (1997)

1996

  • Alfred Hüller
  • Quantenmechanische Rotationsanregungen in Kristallen
  • Physik in unserer Zeit 27(3), 131–134 (1996)
  • Markus Kolarschik and Günter Voll
  • Rotational tunnelling of a C3-symmetric rotor with non-fixed axis in a C4-symmetric cage
  • Physica B 222(1), 1–15 (1996)
  • B. Bodmann, H. Leschke and S. Warzel
  • Wiener integration for quantum systems: A unified approach to the Feynman-Kac formula
  • pages 95–106 in: Path Integrals: Dubna '96 (editor(s): V. S. Yarunin and M. A. Smondyrev), Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna 1996
  • Georg Junker
  • Path-integral aspects of supersymmetric quantum mechanics
  • pages 213–217 in: Path Integrals: Dubna '96 (editor(s): V. S. Yarunin and M. A. Smondyrev), Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna 1996
  • Georg Junker
  • Supersymmetric methods in quantum and statistical physics
  • Texts and Monographs in Physics: Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1996
  • Werner Fischer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • Towards localisation by Gaussian random potentials in multi-dimensional continuous space
  • Letters in Mathematical Physics , (1996) 38(4), 343–348 (1996)
  • Georg Junker, Stephan Matthiesen and Akira Inomata
  • Classical and quasi-classical aspects of supersymmetric quantum mechanics
  • pages 290–297 in: Symmetry Methods in Physics (editor(s): A. N. Sissakian and G. S. Pogosyan), Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna 1996
  • Alfred Hüller and Michael Promberger
  • First and second order phase transitions: a comparison between canonical and microcanonical treatment
  • pages 287–294 in: Critical Phenomena and Collective Observables (editor(s): S. Costa, S. Albergo, A. Insolia, C. Tuve), World Scientific, Singapore 1996

1995

  • Georg Junker
  • Recent developments in supersymmetric quantum mechanics
  • Turkish Journal of Physics 19, 230–248 (1995)
  • Michael Promberger and Alfred Hüller
  • Microcanonical analysis of a finite three-dimensional Ising system
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 97(2), 341–344 (1995)
  • Georg Junker and Stephan Matthiesen
  • Pseudoclassical mechanics and its solution
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 28(5), 1467–1468 (1995)
  • Werner Fischer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • The functional-analytic versus the functional-integral approach to quantum Hamiltonians: The one-dimensional hydrogen atom
  • Journal of Mathematical Physics 36(5), 2313–2323 (1995)
  • Kurt Broderix, Dirk Hundertmark, Werner Kirsch and Hajo Leschke
  • The fate of Lifshits tails in magnetic fields
  • Journal of Statistical Physics 80(1), 1–22 (1995)
  • Veronika Eyring, Martin Isheim, Günter Voll
  • A harmonic substitute model sheds light upon rotational tunnelling spectrum of infinitely many coupled methyl groups
  • Physica B 212(), 379–390 (1995)

1994

  • Markus Böhm, Hajo Leschke, Martin Henneke, V. S. Viswanath, Joachim Stolze and Gerhard Müller
  • Spectral signature of quantum spin diffusion in dimensions d=1, 2, and 3
  • Physical Review B 49(1), 417–421 (1994)
  • Markus Böhm, V. S. Viswanath, Joachim Stolze and Gerhard Müller
  • Spin diffusion in the one-dimensional s=1/2 XXZ model at infinite temperature
  • Physical Review B 49 49(22), 15669–15681 (1994)
  • Alfred Hüller
  • First order phase transitions in the canonical and the microcanonical ensemble
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 93(3), 401–405 (1994)
  • Alfred Hüller
  • Quantenmechanische Rotationsanregungen in Kristallen
  • pages 47–60 in: Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften, VORTRÄGE N 403, Westdeutscher Verlag, 1994
    note: Vortrag am 7. April 1993
  • Helmut Fink and Hajo Leschke
  • Comment on Consistent interpretation of quantum mechanics using quantum trajectories
  • Physical Review Letters 72(11), 1770 (1994)
  • Akira Inomata and Georg Junker
  • Path integrals and Lie groups
  • pages 199–224 in: Noncompact Lie Groups and Some of Their Applications (editor(s): E. A. Tanner and R. Wilson), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht 1994
  • Michael Promberger and Günter Voll
  • On the existence of a hole-hole bound state in ceramic superconductors due to the high polarizability of oxygen ions
  • Physica C 223(3–4), 321–332 (1994)
  • Alfred Hüller
  • Finite size scaling at first order phase transitions?
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 95(1), 63–66 (1994)
  • Martin Timann, Günter Voll and Wolfgang Häusler
  • Rotational tunnelling of orientationally coupled methyl groups molecular field approximation versus numerically exact solution
  • Journal of Chemical Physics 100(11), 8307–8314 (1994)
  • Werner Fischer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • Dynamics by white-noise Hamiltonians
  • Physical Review Letters 73(12), 1578–1581 (1994)
  • Matthias Schmidt
  • MC-simulation of the 3 D, q=3 Potts model
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 95(3), 327–330 (1994)
  • Georg Junker and Stephan Matthiesen
  • Supersymmetric classical mechanics
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 27(19), L751–L755 (1994)
  • Günter Voll
  • Rotational tunnelling spectra for many coupled methyl rotors
  • Physica B 202(3–4), 239–245 (1994)
  • Christian Deutsch and Alfred Hüller
  • Quantum rotator under the influence of stochastic kicks
  • Physica B 202(3–4), 320–324 (1994)
  • Akira Inomata and Georg Junker
  • Quasiclassical path-integral approach to supersymmetric quantum mechanics
  • Physical Review A 50(5), 3638–3649 (1994)
  • E. A. Kochetov, H. Leschke and M. A. Smondyrev
  • Pekar-Fröhlich magneto-polarons: weak-coupling expansion and strong-field limit
  • pages 251–267 in: Polarons and Applications (editor(s): V. D. Lakhno), Wiley, Chichester 1994
  • Georg Junker and Hajo Leschke
  • Exact thermostatic results for the n-vector model on the harmonic chain
  • International Journal of Modern Physics B 8(25), 3501–3506 (1994)
  • Akira Inomata and Georg Junker
  • Curious features of semiclassical formulas for the sum over histories
  • pages 117–126 in: Path Integrals in Physics (editor(s): V. Sa-yakanit, J.-O. Berananda and W. Sritrakool), World Scientific, Singapore 1994
  • Georg Junker
  • Results on the propagator of a periodically kicked harmonic oscillator
  • pages 290–300 in: Path Integrals in Physics (editor(s): V. Sa-yakanit, J.-O. Berananda and W. Sritrakool), World Scientific, Singapore 1994
  • Werner Fischer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • How to get a lower bound on the polaron ground-state energy from the path-integral representation?
  • pages 347–354 in: Path Integrals in Physics (editor(s): V. Sa-yakanit, J.-O. Berananda and W. Sritrakool), World Scientific, Singapore 1994
  • Georg Junker
  • Explicit thermostatics of certain classical one-dimensional lattice-models by harmonic analysis
  • pages 188–193 in: Symmetry methods in physics Joint (editor(s): A. N. Sissakian, G. S. Pogosyan and S. I. Vinitsky), Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna 1994

1993

  • Andreas Jakobs and Rainer W. Gerling
  • Scaling aspects for the performance of parallel algorithms
  • Parallel Computing 19(9), 1063–1073 (1993)
  • Andreas Jakobs and Rainer W. Gerling
  • Scaling results for parallelism on the Intel i860 hypercube
  • International Journal of Modern Physics C 4(5), 983–992 (1993)
  • R. K. Heilmann, A. M. Ferrenberg, D. P. Landau and R. W. Gerling
  • Histogram Monte Carlo study of phase transitions in a highly degenerate system
  • pages 172-177 in: Springer Proceedings in Physics, Vol. 72: Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics IV (editor(s): D. P. Landau, K. K. Mon and H.-B. Schüttler), Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1993
  • H. Grille and R. W. Gerling
  • Nonlinear excitations in magnetic chains
  • pages 204–209 in: Springer Proceedings in Physics, Vol. 72: Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics IV (editor(s): D. P. Landau, K. K. Mon and H.-B. Schüttler), Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1993
  • Rainer W. Gerling and Alfred Hüller
  • First order phase transitions studied in the dynamical ensemble – The q-states Potts model as a test case
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 90(2), 207-214 (1993)
  • Markus Böhm, Rainer W. Gerling and Hajo Leschke
  • Comment on Breakdown of hydrodynamics in the classical 1 D Heisenberg model
  • Physical Review Letters 70(2), 248 (1993)
  • Akira Inomata and Georg Junker
  • Path-integral realization of dynamical symmetries
  • pages 334–337 in: Classical and Quantum Systems – Foundations and Symmetries (editor(s): H. D. Doebner, W. Scherer and F. Schroeck, Jr.), World Scientific, Singapore 1993
  • Helmut Fink and Hajo Leschke
  • Phase-space- and other representations of quantum mechanics – a unifying approach
  • pages 416–419 in: Classical and Quantum Systems – Foundations and Symmetries (editor(s): H. D. Doebner, W. Scherer and F. Schroeck, Jr.), World Scientific, Singapore 1993
  • Akira Inomata and Georg Junker
  • Quasi-classical approach to path integrals in supersymmetric quantum mechanics
  • pages 460–481 in: Lectures on Path Integration: Trieste 1991 (editor(s): H. A. Cerdeira, S. Lundqvist, D. Mugnai, A. Ranfagni, V. Sa-yakanit and L. S. Schulman), World Scientific, Singapore 1993
  • Georg Junker and Hajo Leschke
  • Quasi-classical approximation to the quantum propagator of a periodically kicked particle on the real line
  • pages 66–72 in: Path Integrals from meV to MeV: Tutzing '92 (editor(s): H. Grabert, A. Inomata, L. S. Schulman and U. Weiss), World Scientific, Singapore 1993
  • Kurt Broderix, Dirk Hundertmark and Hajo Leschke
  • Self-averaging, decomposition and asymptotic properties of the density of states for random Schrödinger operators with constant magnetic field
  • pages 98–107 in: Path Integrals from meV to MeV: Tutzing '92 (editor(s): H. Grabert, A. Inomata, L. S. Schulman and U. Weiss), World Scientific, Singapore 1993
  • Werner Fischer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • Path integration in quantum mechanics by changing drift and time of the underlying diffusion process
  • pages 259–267 in: Path Integrals from meV to MeV: Tutzing '92 (editor(s): H. Grabert, A. Inomata, L. S. Schulman and U. Weiss), World Scientific, Singapore 1993
  • Akira Inomata and Georg Junker
  • Quasi-classical approach in supersymmetric quantum mechanics
  • pages 61–74 in: Proceedings of International Symposium on Advanced Topics of Quantum Physics (editor(s): J. Q. Liang, M. L. Wang, S. N. Qiao and D. C. Su), Science Press, Beijing 1993
  • Akira Inomata, Georg Junker and Raj Wilson
  • Topological charge quantization via path integration: An application of the Kustaanheimo-Stiefel transformation
  • Foundations of Physics 23(8), 1073–1091 (1993)
  • Georg Junker
  • Explicit evaluation of coupling coefficients for the most degenerate representation of SO(n)
  • Journal of Physics A 26(7), 1649–1661 (1993)
  • A. Inomata, G. Junker and A. Suparmi
  • Remarks on semiclassical quantization rule for broken SUSY
  • Journal of Physics A 26(9), 2261–2264 (1993)
  • K. Kopinga, T. Delica, H. Leschke and I. Riedel
  • Static properties of a ferromagnetic S=1/2 chain system with orthorhombic exchange anisotropy – Comparison of numerical results and experimental data on [C6H11NH3]CuCl3
  • Physical Review B 47(9), 5447–5450 (1993)
  • Günter Voll
  • Rotational tunnelling splitting of a chain of four coupled methyl groups
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 90(4), 455–466 (1993)
  • Oliver Hammrich
  • New multiple histogram method for studying phase transitions
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 92(4), 501–505 (1993)
  • Markus Böhm and Hajo Leschke
  • Dynamical aspects of spin chains at infinite temperature for different spin quantum numbers
  • Physica A 199(1), 116–136 (1993)
    note: Erratum: Physica A 203, 328 (1994)
  • Werner Fischer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • Path integration in quantum physics by changing the drift of the underlying diffusion process – Applications of Legendre processes
  • Annals of Physics 227(2), 206–221 (1993)
  • Achim Vowe
  • The temperature dependence of rotational tunnelling, modelled with a harmonic substitute system
  • Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 5(45), 8531–8544 (1993)

1992

  • Kurt Broderix, Nils Heldt and Hajo Leschke
  • Exact widths and tails for Landau levels broadened by a random potential with an arbitrary correlation length
  • pages 89–93 in: Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences, Vol. 101: High Magnetic Fields in Semiconductor Physics III (editor(s): G. Landwehr), Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1992
  • Georg Junker and Hajo Leschke
  • Remarks on the quasi-classical propagator of area-preserving maps
  • Physica D 56(2–3), 135–150 (1992)
  • Markus Böhm and Hajo Leschke
  • Dynamic spin-pair correlations in a Heisenberg chain at infinite temperature based on an extended short-time expansion
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 25(5), 1043–1053 (1992)
  • Werner Fischer, Hajo Leschke and Peter Müller
  • Changing dimension and time: two well-founded and practical techniques for path integration in quantum physics
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 25(13), 3835–3853 (1992)
  • Wolfgang Häusler
  • Rotational tunneling of N coupled methyl groups
  • Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 4(10), 2577–2586 (1992)
  • Christian Deutsch and Alfred Hüller
  • Phonon damping by translation-rotation coupling in orientationally disordered molecular crystals
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 86(3), 411–418 (1992)
  • Alfred Hüller
  • A comparison of the efficiency of Monte Carlo (MC) and molecular dynamics (MD) calculations at first order phase transitions
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 88(1), 79–82 (1992)
  • Peter Litz, Stefan Langenbach and Alfred Hüller
  • Molecular dynamics calculation for the modified xy model
  • Journal of Statistical Physics 66(6), 1659–1665 (1992)
  • T. Delica, W. J. M. de Jonge, K. Kopinga, H. Leschke and H. Mikeska
  • Static properties of CsNiF3: numerical results, experimental data and soliton bearing models
  • Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 104–107(2), 795–796 (1992)
  • R. W. Gerling and D. P. Landau
  • Linear and non-linear excitations in the antiferromagnetic xy chain
  • Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 104–107(1), 246–248 (1992)
  • D. P. Landau amd R. W. Gerling
  • Critical dynamics in the two-dimensional XY-model
  • Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 104–107(2), 843–844 (1992)
  • G. Kamieniarz, R. W. Gerling, L. S. Campana, A. Caramico D' Auria, F. Esposito and U. Esposito
  • Thermodynamic properties of some S=1 soliton-bearing and Haldane-like systems
  • Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 104–107(2), 865–866 (1992)
  • H. Grille, G. Kamieniarz and R. W. Gerling
  • Spin-dynamics of the classical easy-plane Heisenberg chain
  • Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 104–107(2), 1067–1068 (1992)
  • L. S. Campana, A. Caramico D' Auria, F. Esposito, U. Esposito, R. W. Gerling and G. Kamieniarz
  • Static properties of quantum spin S=1 chains: TMNB, TMNC and CsNiF3
  • Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 4(11), 2915–2926 (1992)
  • A. Jakobs and R.W. Gerling
  • Scaling properties of geometric parallelization
  • Physica A 180(3–4), 407–418 (1992)
  • E.A. Kochetov, H. Leschke and M. A. Smondyrev
  • Diagrammatic weak-coupling expansion for the magneto-polaron energy
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 89(2), 177–186 (1992)
  • Alfred Hüller
  • Rotational tunneling
  • Order/Disorder in Solids 9(1), 1–5 (1992)

1991

  • T. Delica, K. Kopinga, H. Leschke and K. K. Mon
  • Thermal properties of chains of antiferromagnetically coupled spins with s=1 – Numerical evidence of the Haldane gap at nonzero temperatures
  • Europhysics Letters 15(1), 55–61 (1991)
  • Kurt Broderix, Nils Heldt and Hajo Leschke
  • Exact results on Landau-level broadening
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 24(15), L825–L831 (1991)
  • Lothar Müller, Joachim Stolze, Hajo Leschke and Peter Nagel
  • Classical and quantum phase-space behaviour of a spin-boson system
  • Physical Review A 44(2), 1022–1033 (1991)
  • T. Delica, W. J. M. de Jonge, K. Kopinga, H. Leschke and H. J. Mikeska
  • Static properties of CsNiF3 : Comparison of numerical results, experimental data, and predictions from soliton-bearing models
  • Physical Review B 44(21), 11773–11783 (1991)
  • Rainer W. Gerling
  • Classification of cellular automata
  • pages 43–49 in: Springer Proceedings in Physics, Vol. 53: Computer Simulation in Condensed Matter Physics III (editor(s): D. P. Landau, K. K. Mon, H.-B. Schüttler), Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1991
  • Rainer W. Gerling and Dietrich Stauffer
  • High speed simulations of ordered and disordered cellular automata
  • International Journal of Modern Physics C 2(3), 799–803 (1991)
  • C. Nöldeke, W. Press and A. Hüller
  • A magnetic model for the demonstration of phase transitions and excitations in molecular crystals
  • American Journal of Physics 59(3), 260–269 (1991)
  • Stefan Langenbach and Alfred Hüller
  • Adiabatic demagnetization of antiferromagnetic systems: A computer simulation of a planar-rotor model
  • Physical Review B 44(9), 4431–4436 (1991)
  • Alfred Hüller
  • Quantum aspects of molecular motions in solids (Meeting Report)
  • Neutron News 2(3), 5–6 (1991)
  • G. Kamieniarz, R.W. Gerling
  • Quantum and classical spin chains: numerical simulations and applications
  • Acta Magnetica VIII, 77–104 (1991)

1990

  • A. Rau and R. W. Gerling
  • A simple model for translational-rotational coupling
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 78(2), 275–280 (1990)
  • Rainer W. Gerling
  • Computer simulation of rotating molecules in condensed phases
  • pages 85–98 in: Springer Proceedings in Physics, Vol. 45: Computer Simulation in Condensed Matter Physics II (editor(s): D. P. Landau, K. K. Mon, H.-B. Schüttler), Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1990
  • Rainer W. Gerling
  • Classification of three-dimensional cellular automata
  • Physica A 162(2), 187–195 (1990)
  • Rainer W. Gerling
  • Classification of triangular and honeycomb cellular automata
  • Physica A 162(2), 196–209 (1990)
  • Rainer W. Gerling
  • Classification of 3-state and 4-state cellular automata
  • Physica A 167(3), 611–618 (1990)
  • B. Kramer, K. Broderix, A. Mackinnon and M. Schreiber
  • The Anderson transition: New numerical results for the critical exponents
  • Physica A 167(1), 163–174 (1990)
  • K. Kopinga, T. Delica and H. Leschke
  • Static properties of ferromagnetic quantum chains: Numerical results and experimental data on two S=1/2 systems
  • Journal of Applied Physics 67(9), 5599–5603 (1990)
  • Thomas Delica and Hajo Leschke
  • Formulation and numerical results of the transfer-matrix method for quantum spin chains
  • Physica A 168(2), 736–767 (1990)
  • Thomas Delica and Hajo Leschke
  • Numerical transfer-kernel results for a classical spin chain with anisotropic exchange interaction and a magnetic field
  • Physica A 168(2), 768–780 (1990)
  • Wolfgang Häusler
  • Theory of spinconversion in XH3 -systems
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 81(2), 265–272 (1990)
  • Kurt Broderix, Nils Heldt and Hajo Leschke
  • Weyl-invariant random Hamiltonians and their relation to translational-invariant random potentials on Landau levels
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 23(17), 3945–3952 (1990)
  • Georg Junker
  • Remarks on the local time rescaling in path integration
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 23(17), L881–L884 (1990)
  • R. W. Gerling and D. P. Landau
  • Spin-dynamics study of the classical ferromagnetric XY chain
  • Physical Review B 41(10), 7139–7149 (1990)
  • D. Y. Kim, R. W. Gerling and D. P. Landau
  • Spin-dynamics study of the classical anisotropic XY chain
  • Physical Review B 42(1), 631–637 (1990)
  • R. W. Gerling and D. P. Landau
  • Time-dependent behavior of classical spin chains at infinite temperature
  • Physical Review B 42(13), 8214–8219 (1990)
  • D. P. Landau, R. W. Gerling and M. S. S. Challa
  • Spin dynamics simulations of excitations in spin chains
  • pages 1–11 in: Workshop on Computational Physics and Cellular Automata (editor(s): A. Pires, D. P. Landau, H. J. Herrmann), World Scientific, Singapore 1990
  • Rainer W. Gerling
  • Langevin description of rotating molecules
  • pages 128–143 in: Workshop on Computational Physics and Cellular Automata (editor(s): A. Pires, D. P. Landau, H. J. Herrmann), World Scientific, Singapore 1990
  • Rainer W. Gerling
  • Zellulare Automaten auf dem PC
  • pages 451–456 in: Der mathematische und naturwissenschaftliche Unterricht, Ferd. Dümmlers Verlag, Bonn 1990
  • Alfred Hüller
  • Rotational tunnelling at finite temperatures: Substitution by an equivalent harmonic system
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 78(1), 125–129 (1990)
  • Alois Würger and Alfred Hüller
  • Rotational tunnelling: The with of the quasi-elastic line
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 78(3), 479–484 (1990)

1989

  • Hajo Leschke and Siegfried Wonneberger
  • Long-time asymptotics of diffusion in random media and related problems
  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 22(21), L1009–L1014 (1989)
    note: Corrigendum: J. Phys. A 23, 1475 (1990)
  • Hajo Leschke and Siegfried Wonneberger
  • Phase-space aspects of quantum partition functions
  • pages 480–497 in: Path Integrals from meV to MeV: Bangkok '89 (editor(s): V. Sa-yakanit, W. Sritrakool, J.-O. Berananda, M. C. Gutzwiller, A. Inomata, S. Lundqvist, J. R. Klauder and L. Schulman), World Scientific, Singapore 1989
  • Kurt Broderix, Nils Heldt and Hajo Leschke
  • On the consistency of approximations to the Landau-level broadening by random potentials with large correlation length
  • pages 76–79 in: Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences, Vol. 87: High Magnetic Fields in Semiconductor Physics II (editor(s): G. Landwehr), Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1989
  • Kurt Broderix, Nils Heldt and Hajo Leschke
  • Aspects of Landau-level broadening using the path integral representation
  • Il Nuovo Cimento D 11(1), 241–259 (1989)
  • K. Kopinga, T. Delica and H. Leschke
  • Static properties of an easy-plane ferromagnetic S=1/2 chain – Comparison of numerical results and experimental data on [C6H11NH3]CuBr3
  • Physical Review B 40(10), 7239–7246 (1989)
  • Kurt Broderix, Nils Heldt and Hajo Leschke
  • Partition function and the density of states for an electron in the plane subjected to a random potential and a magnetic field
  • Physical Review B 40(11), 7479–7486 (1989)
  • R. W. Gerling and D. P. Landau
  • Comment on Anomalous spin diffusion in classical Heisenberg magnets
  • Physical Review Letters 63(7), 812 (1989)
  • Alfred Hüller
  • Dynamik in Festkörpern
  • pages 79–84 in: Erforschung kondensierter Materie und Atomphysik Schriftenreihe: Naturwissenschaftliche Grundlagenforschung im Verbund mit Großgeräten, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY, Hamburg 1989
  • Alois Würger
  • The temperature dependence of rotational tunnelling
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 76(1), 65–76 (1989)
  • A. Heidemann, H. Friedrich, E. Günther and W. Häusler
  • Tunnelling of coupled methyl groups in lithium acetate: The isotope effect
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 76(3), 335–344 (1989)
  • Alfred Hüller
  • An electronic mechanism for the hole-hole attraction in ceramic superconductors
  • Zeitschrift für Physik B 76(4), 445–449 (1989)
  • J. Stanislawski, M. Prager and W. Häusler
  • Coupled quantum rotors in dimethyl-tin-dichloride: The isotope effect
  • Physica B 156-157, 356–358 (1989)
  • Alois Würger
  • Rotational tunnelling and Kramers degeneracy (Comment)
  • Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 1(9), 1673–1675 (1989)
  • Alois Würger
  • The temperature dependence of inelastic rotational tunnelling transitions (Letter to the editor)
  • Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 1(38), 6901–6905 (1989)