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Can classical systems exhibit “strong coupling”?
Does the concept of strong coupling mean anything in a classical setting? If strong coupling means just an inability to apply perturbative methods to the Hamiltonian, then obviously yes, we can ...
Jul 26 '13 at 22:09
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