Table of contents for Chaos in classical and quantum mechanics / Martin C. Gutzwiller.

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Contents: Introduction.- The Mechanics of Lagrange.- The Mechanics of Hamilton and Jacobi.- Integrable Systems.- The Three-Body Problem: Moon-Earth-Sun.- Three Methods of Section.- Periodic Orbits.- The Surface of Solution.- Models of the Galaxy and of Small Molecules.- Soft Chaos and the KAM Theorem.- Entropy and Other Measures of Chaos.- The Anisotropic Kepler Problem.- The Transition From Classical to Quantum Mechanics.- The New World of Quantum Mechanics.- The Quantization of Integrable Systems.- Wave Functions in Classically Chaotic Systems.- The Energy Spectrum of a Classically Chaotic System.- The Trace Formula.- The Diamagnetic Kepler Problem.- Motion on a Surface of Constant Negative Curvature.- Scattering Problems, Coding and Multifractal Invariant Measures.- References.- Index.

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Quantum chaos.