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Introduction and history of quantum eigenproblems

Here I outline the general problem of solving for quantum eigenstates in a finite domain, and categorize some of the various strategies which are used. The case of billiard systems at high quantum number is a relatively recent example. I give a historical overview of which methods have been used for this system.


Alex Barnett 2001-10-03