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Title: Study of the position distrepution of ideal Bose-gas by point processes theory
Authors: Dr. Hamid AL- Oklah
Keywords: position distrepution
ideal Bose-gas -
point processes
Issue Date: 1989
Publisher: Al-Baath university journal for the basic sciences
Abstract: FICHTNER has studied the position distrepution of the ideal Bose-gas. He profed the existence und uniqness of a point process Q on the Euklidian space , such that Q is the position distrebution of the ideal Bose-gas. Fforthemore he profed that Q is given by a Poisson - point process A with a special intensity measure A (see the Definition of A in the work). So is Q a infintely divisible point process on R. I study in this work some other properties of the position distribution of the ideal Bose-gas through tow direction. I) To study the properties of the intensity measure A through a first partition by and second partition by . I profed that the measures Vn,m are finite and the infinite convolution of the probablity measure introduced by Vn,m exist and are infinitly divesible point processes on R . II) To investigate properties of Q through the relation between the n-th moment factoriel measure of Q and A . In the case =1 we have to see that Q is a Gibbs-process (G-process), for that reson we get some results which give the relation betwen Q and special class of randow flwos. Forthermor we obtain another method for the existence of Q by the relation betwen Q and another sort of point process on , that have the existence with differnt way from the method by FICHTNER
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/11392
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