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comment Rigorous mathematical formalism of particle physics
Here is a paper by Buchholz, which discusses the particle concept in algebraic quantum field theory to some extend: arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9511023
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comment Rigorous mathematical formalism of particle physics
I just realized that it's by the same author as the book suggested by @AlexNelson ...
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comment Rigorous mathematical formalism of particle physics
Perhaps this paper could be a starting point, I didn't read it by now but it seems to deal with a very related question and tries to restrict itself to first quantization to avoid some mathematical pittfalls...: philsci-archive.pitt.edu/1626
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comment How to plot $(x,y)$ coordinate of projectile motion (with air-resistance)?
@Barbiyong Did you run it via pdflatex -shell-escape plot_air_drag.tex? What LaTeX package do you use? Which version under which operating system?
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comment How to plot $(x,y)$ coordinate of projectile motion (with air-resistance)?
Its also true that the case of linear resistance is much easier to tackle analytically but since the OP didn't specify this I assumed he wanted the quadratic case.
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comment How to plot $(x,y)$ coordinate of projectile motion (with air-resistance)?
I am a bit confused about how to do the quadrature. It is clear that the vertical case (one dimension) can be separated and solved analytically. However with an arbitrary $\theta$ the problem becomes pretty complicated. You can solve it numerically as shown above, you can also use perturbation methods to get approximate solutions you can. The general problem is discussed in arxiv.org/pdf/1305.1283.pdf ...
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comment How to plot $(x,y)$ coordinate of projectile motion (with air-resistance)?
@Barbiyong To make the question clearer, you could the picture in the link into your original question!
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