classical mechanics

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Noun1.classical mechanics - the branch of mechanics based on Newton's laws of motion
mechanics - the branch of physics concerned with the motion of bodies in a frame of reference
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If the quantum system is measured, from that moment on it will behave like a classical system, therefore leading to a disruption of its quantum state.
As a 9-year-old boy growing up in Negros Occidental, he was taught the fundamentals of arnis, studying the classical system of Abaniko Tres Puntas.
However, Government may rationalise the effective corporate tax rate by abolishing Dividend Distribution Tax and restoring the classical system of taxation of dividends in the hands of shareholders," Pande said.
To polymerize a dynamical system one usually begins with a classical system described by Hamiltonian H.
When they sell it, we will live as a happy colony with a farce classical system", writes Vankovska
2.1 Classical system as particular case of neutrosophic system
Historians and enthusiasts of classical Hollywood might struggle to name even one 1938 film that would justify the industry's well-publicised claim that the year was Hollywood's "greatest." After all, it is commonly accepted that the productions of the following year-from Gone with the Wind (1939) to The Wizard of Oz (1939)--are evidence of the classical system at its apex.
In both the East and West, the classical system was carefully preserved, producing countless scholars who enriched the civilized world by their efforts, painstakingly rediscovering and then preserving the wisdom of earlier ages.
This quantum model is in fact constructed by hands on quantization of the classical system given by the symplectic manifold M = [S.sup.2] x [R.sup.2], where [S.sup.2] is viewed as the unit sphere in R3 with coordinates (x, y, z), and the second factor [R.sup.2] is equipped with coordinates (u, v), and the Hamiltonians [f.sub.1] := ([u.sup.2] + [v.sup.2])/2 + z and [f.sub.2] := 1/2 (ux + vy).