Work on mathematical physics:
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- Quantum weak values are not unique. what do they actually measure? arXiv:0909.0295 . This is later, more refined, less technical, and less complete version of the following reference.
- What do quantum "weak" measurements actually measure? arXiv:0908.0035
- Comment on Phys. Rev. D 60 084017 "Classical
by F. Rohrlich,
(.PDF version of paper with referees' reports
and comments appended).
The comments include analysis of recent work of H. Spohn
("The critical manifold of the Lorentz-Dirac equation", Europhysics
Letters 50 (2000), 287-292, physics/9911027),
necessitated by claims of one of the referees, along with an invited
from Dr. Spohn.
- Asymptotics of a proposed delay-differential equation of motion
PDF version of paper with referees' reports
and comments appended. This is about 35 pages,
so it may take noticeable time to download with a slow connection.
- Radiation from a charge uniformly accelerated for all time,
Rel. Grav. 29 (1997), 1463-1472,
- (with D. Endres) Nonuniqueness of the "physical"
the Lorentz-Dirac equation, Foundations of Physics 25 (1995),
- Unphysical and physical solutions of the Lorentz-Dirac equation,
of Physics 23 (1993), 1093-1121
- Energy radiation of charged particles in conformally flat
- Radiation from a uniformly accelerated charge and the equivalence
Foundations of Physics, 32 (2002)
The no ghost theorem in string theory, Results in Mathematics 21
- Relativistic Electrodynamics and Differential Geometry,
- Uniqueness of the Hamiltonian in quantum field theories, Commun.
Phys. 13 (1969), 159-166, http://projecteuclid.org/Dienst/UI/1.0/Summarize/euclid.cmp/1103841485