hamiltonian formulation 
A Hamiltonian formulation of the equations of motion is given in terms of both canonical and noncanonical Poisson brackets.


The Hamiltonian formulation for mechanical systems containing RiemmanLiouville fractional derivatives are investigated in fractional time.


Hamiltonian formulation is employed to the electromagnetic analysis in dissipative medium.


Based on Hamiltonian formulation, this paper proposes a design approach to nonlinear feedback excitation control of synchronous generators with steam valve control, disturbances and unknown parameters.


The timedependent hamiltonian formulation of the Langevin equation is used as a starting point for a quantum treatment of the motion of a free Brownian particle.


Hamiltonian formulation of the spherical model ind=r+1 dimensions


The spherical model ind=r+1 dimensions is treated using the hamiltonian formulation.


We compare the Hamiltonian properties of the Nsoliton solutions of the NLSE in the adiabatic approximation and show how it matches the Hamiltonian formulation for the complex Toda chain which describes the adiabatic Nsoliton interactions.


A reduced Hamiltonian formulation which reproduces the saturated regime of a Single


In this article, the power transfer between servomotors and the system is analyzed using a Hamiltonian formulation.


Hamiltonian formulation for the positron trapping model


A Hamiltonian formulation is used to build up an adequate Hamiltonian for the positron trapping model.


Hamiltonian formulation for the positron trapping model: An extended treatment


An extended treatment for the analysis of the twostate positron trapping model employing the Hamiltonian formulation is developed, the case of more than one kind of defects being also valid.


Hamiltonian formulation of nonlinear water waves in a twofluid system


In this paper, it is dealt with that the Hamiltonian formulation of nonlinear water waves in a twofluid system, which consists of two layers of constantdensity incompressible inviscid fluid with a horizontal bottom, an interface and a free surface.


Similar to the Hamiltonian formulation in classical dynamics, we treat the x coordinate as time variable so that z becomes the only independent coordinate in the Hamiltonian matrix differential operator.


Variational principles and hamiltonian formulation for nonlinear water waves


Boundary conditions force the retention of quantum mechanical (zeromode) gauge degrees of freedom in a Hamiltonian formulation.


The classical Hamiltonian formulation of general relativity for the case of this latter theory is already known.

