
Definition of Heisenberg
1. Noun. German mathematical physicist noted for stating the uncertainty principle (19011976).
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Literary usage of Heisenberg
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1. Cartanian Geometry, Nonlinear Waves, and Control Theory. by Robert Hermann (1980)
"Hence, (d,dT] = 1 5.8 d,dT,1 thus generates a threedimensional Lie algebra; it
is just the Heisenberg algebra of quantum mechanics. ..."
2. COR Generalized Functions, Current Algebras, and Control by Robert Hermann (1994)
"In this Chapter, I will (heuristically) sketch a way of doing this which involves
what the physicists call the “Heisenberg ..."
3. NATO in the Fifth Decade by Keith Dunn, Stephen Flanagan (1992)
"West European Expectations for Conventional Arms A Control Wolfgang Heisenberg
RMS CONTROL HAS NOT ALWAYS BEEN ASSOCIATED with expectations of significant ..."
4. Geometric Structures in Nonlinear Physics by Robert Hermann (1991)
"THE SCHRODINGER AND Heisenberg “PICTURES”. As explained above, I want to develop a
... (They involve what the physicists call the Heisenberg and Schrodinger ..."
5. Constrained Mechanics and Lie Theory by Robert Hermann (1992)
"The first is the attempt  begun in [21]  to understand quantum field theory in
the Heisenberg Picture from a ..."
6. Quantum and Fermion Differential Geometry by Robert Hermann (1977)
"LINEAR HeisenbergFERMI STRUCTURES ON A VECTOR SPACE AND THEIR FOCK REPRESENTATIONS
In the last section we have seen that harmonic oscillators define the ..."
7. The Dimensional Structure of Consciousness: A Physical Basis for Immaterialism by Samuel Avery (1995)
"... The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle At the turn of the twentieth century it
was also ... Heisenberg ..."
8. The Modern Revolution in Physics by Benjamin Crowell (2003)
"Some historians believe that Heisenberg intentionally delayed and obstructed the
project because he secretly did not want the Nazis to get the bomb. ..."