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It is all over the place, but it's involved. It is normally calculated from the path integral propagator. The most concise source of the radial Green's function you are after is eqn (15) of Grosche 1998, in terms of modified Bessel functions, integral rep, $$ G_l^C(r'',r';E) = \int_0^\infty\dfrac{e^{i e^2s''/\hbar}ds''}{\sqrt{v'v''}} ...


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I have discussed this problem with someone who solves this type of problems numerically and got the following response: The expression on the right-hand-side of (**) in my question is evaluated at $t_0+dt$ instead of $t_0$. This together with (*) provides two equations for $\mathbf{v}(t_0+dt)$ and $P(t_0+dt)$, \begin{align} ...


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The mathematical framework that I am familiar with for abelian p-form gauge theory (the one promoted by Freed, Moore and others) is that of Cheeger-Simons differential forms. In this framework, the space of topologically trivial p-form gauge fields over a manifold $X$ (the analogue of 1-form gauge fields on the trivial $U(1)$ bundle) are identified with the ...



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