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28. W. E. Baylis, "Quantum/Classical Interface: a Geometric Approach from the Classical Side" in Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, ed. J. Byrnes (Kluwer 2004). 27. W. E. Baylis, "Geometry of Paravector Space with Applications to Relativistic Physics" in Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, ed. J. Byrnes (Kluwer 2004). 26. W. E. Baylis, “The Quantum/Classical Interface: Insights from Clifford's Geometric Algebra” c. 24 in 25. G. Trayling and W. E. Baylis, “The Cℓ7 approach to the standard model” c. 34 in 24. W. E. Baylis, “Applications of Clifford Algebras in Physics”, in 23. W. E. Baylis and S. Hadi, “Rotations in n dimensions as spherical vectors”, in 22. W. E. Baylis:”Clifford Algebras in Electrical Engineering” in 21. W. E. Baylis, “Multiparavector Subspaces of 20. W. E. Baylis, "Eigenspinors and Electron Spin", in the 19. W. E. Baylis, "Pauli-Algebra Calculations in Maple V" in 18. W. E. Baylis and G. W. F. Drake: chapter 1, "Units and Constants" in the 17. W. E. Baylis: chapter 12, "Atomic Multipoles" in the 16.-13. W. E. Baylis, four sections for the 12. W. E. Baylis, “The Paravector Model of Spacetime”, in 11. W. E. Baylis, “Eigenspinors in Electrodynamics”, in 10. W. E. Baylis, “Eigenspinors in Quantum Theory”, in 9. W. E. Baylis, “Eigenspinors in Curved Spacetime”, in 8. G. Jones and W. E. Baylis, "Crumeyrolle-Chevalley-Riesz Spinors and Covariance", in 7. W. E. Baylis and B. Jancewicz, "Cliffor-Valued Functions in Cl 6. G. Jones and W. E. Baylis, "Covariance and Chevalley-Riesz Spinors", in 5. W. E. Baylis, "Electrons, Photons, and Spinors in the Pauli Algebra", in 4. W.E. Baylis, "Correlation and Relativistic Effects in Atoms and Small Molecules", in 3. W.E. Baylis, "The Theory of Interatomic Potentials for Line Broadening", in 2. W.E. Baylis, "Collisional depolarization in the excited state", Ch. 28 in Progress in Atomic Spectroscopy, edited by W. Hanle and H. Kleinpoppen, Part B, pp. 1227-97 (Plenum, London, 1979). 1. W.E. Baylis, "Interatomic potentials for collisions of excited atoms", Ch. 6 in Progress in Atomic Spectroscopy, edited by W. Hanle and H. Kleinpoppen, Part A, pp. 207-61, (Plenum, London, 1978).
106. William E. Baylis, Renan Cabrera, and J. David Keselica, “Quantum/Classical Interface: Classical Geometric Origin of Fermion Spin”, accepted for publication, Adv. Appl. Clifford Alg. (March 2009). 105. William E. Baylis, “A Relativisitc Algebraic Approach to the Q/C Interface: Implications for ‘Quantum Reality’”, Adv. Appl. Clifford Alg 104. W. E. Baylis and J. D. Keselica, “A Classical Spinor Approach to the Quantum/Classical Interface”, Can. J. Phys. 103. William E. Baylis, “De Broglie Waves as an Effect of Clock Desynchronization”, Can. J. Phys. 102. R. Cabrera, C. Rangan, and W. E. Baylis, “su(2n) sufficient condition for the coherent control of n-qubit systems”, 101. R. Cabrera and W. E. Baylis, “Average Fidelity in n-Qubit Systems”, 100. Margaret Hawton and William E. Baylis, “Angular momentum and the geometric gauge of localized photon states”, arXiv.org/quant-ph/0408017, 99. William E. Baylis, "Relativity in Introductory Physics", 98. W. E. Baylis and G. Sobczyk, "Relativity in Clifford's Geometric Algebras of Space and Spacetime", 97. W. E. Baylis and J. Huschilt, "Energy Balance with the Landau-Lifshitz Equation", 96. M. Grigorescu and W. E. Baylis, "Quasiclassical and Statistical Properties of Fermion Systems", 95. W. E. Baylis, "Comment on Dirac theory in spacetime algebra", 94. G. Trayling and W. E. Baylis, "A geometric basis for the standard-model gauge group", 93. M. Hawton and W. E. Baylis, "Photon position operators and localized bases", 92. G. Trayling and W. E. Baylis, "A geometric basis for the standard-model gauge group", 91. J. Bieron and W. E. Baylis: "Calculation of the potential energy curves of the HgZn dimer", 90. W. E. Baylis and Y. Yao: “Relativistic Dynamics of Charges in Electromagnetic Fields: an Eigenspinor Approach”, 89. W. E. Baylis: "Vector Algebra in Physics", 88. J. Sienkiewicz and W. E. Baylis: "Relativistic multiconfiguration approach to the spin polarization of slow electrons elastically scattered from krypton", 87. J. Szudy and W. E. Baylis: "Profiles of Rainbow Satellites and Line Wings Associated with Optical and Radiative Collisions", 86. J. Szudy and W. E. Baylis: "The Influence of Atomic Coherence Induced by Laser-Assisted Near Resonant Collisions on the Far-Wing Absorption Profile", 85. W. E. Baylis and J. E. Sienkiewicz: "Polarization Trajectories", 84. J. Bieron and W. E. Baylis: "Potential energy curves of HgCd and spectroscopic constants of group IIB metal dimers", 83. W. Kedzierski, Ju Gao, W. E. Baylis, and L. Krause: "Magnetic field-dependence of the cross section for m 82. W. E. Baylis, J. Bonenfant, J. Derbyshire, and J. Huschilt: "Motion of Charges in crossed and Equal 81. W. E. Baylis, J. Bonenfant, J. Derbyshire, and J. Huschilt: "Light Polarization: a Geometric Approach", 80. W. E. Baylis: "Computer Math in the First-Year Physics Curriculum", 79. E. H. Pinnington and W. E. Baylis: "Comment on 'Relativistic excitation energies and oscillator strengths for the transitions in Hg-like ions'", 78. W. E. Baylis, J. Huschilt, and J. Wei: "Why i?", 77. J. E. Sienkiewicz and W. E. Baylis: "Differential cross sections for the elastic scattering of electrons from krypton", 76. W.E. Baylis: "Classical eigenspinors and the Dirac equation", 75. J. Wei and W. E. Baylis: "Monopoles without strings: a conflict between the one-photon condition and duality invariance", 74. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis: "A Multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock study of the lifetime in singly ionized lanthanum", 73. .E. Sienkiewicz and W. E. Baylis: "Spin polarization of electrons elastically scattered from krypton", 72. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis: "Relativistic transition probabilities and lifetimes of low-lying levels in ytterbium", 71. J.E. Sienkiewicz and W. E. Baylis: "Elastic scattering of positrons on mercury: a negative-energy Dirac-Fock treatment", 70. J.E. Sienkiewicz and W. E. Baylis: "The polarization of electrons elastically scattered from xenon", 69. W. Kedzierski, J. Supronowicz, J. B. Atkinson, W. E. Baylis, L. Krause, M. Couty, and G. Chambaud: "Laser Spectroscopy of the and states in Zn 68. J. Migdalek and W. E. Baylis: "Multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock calculations of two electric-quadrupole transitions in neutral barium", 67. E. Hegazi, J. Supronowicz, G. Chambaud, J.B. Atkinson, W.E. Baylis, and L. Krause, "Laser-Induced Fluorescence from the E1 and F1 States of the HgZn Excimer, 66. J.E. Sienkiewicz and W.E. Baylis, "Low-energy elastic e 65. J.E. Sienkiewicz and W.E. Baylis, "Low-energy elastic scattering of positrons on argon", 64. W.E. Baylis and G. Jones, "The Pauli-Algebra Approach to Special Relativity, 63. W.E. Baylis and G. Jones, "Relativistic dynamics of changes in external fields: the Paul algebra approach”, 62. W.E. Baylis and G. Jones, "Pauli algebra approach to special relativity", 61. R.W. Berends, W. Kedzierski, W.E. Baylis, and L. Krause, "Determination of Cross Sections for collisionally induced multipole relaxation in alkali atoms from Zeeman fluorescence intensities, 60. J. Supronowicz, E. Hegazi, G. Chambaud, J.B. Atkinson, W.E. Baylis, and L. Krause, "Laser spectroscopy of the HgZn excimer", 59. J.E. Sienkiewicz and W.E. Baylis, "The polarisation of electrons elastically scattered from argon", 58. W. E. Baylis and G. Jones, "Special relativity with Clifford Algebras and 2x2 matrices, and the exact product of two boosts", 57. J. Pascale, F. Rossi and W.E. Baylis, "Quantum mechanical study of nonreactive collisions between Rb(52P) and H2, D2 (1 v=0)", 56. W.E. Baylis, J. Pascale and F. Rossi, "Polarization and electronic excitation of nonreactive collisions: Basic formulation for quantum calculations of collisions between 2P-state alkali-metal atoms and H2 or D2", 55. J.E. Sienkiewicz and W.E. Baylis, "A relativistic approach to the elastic scattering of electrons by Argon", 54. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Core-polarization-corrected MCDF oscillator strengths and excitation energies for the 5s2 1S o - 5s5p 3P1, 1P1 transitions in Sr I and Y II spectra", 53. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "A multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock study of the 6s 52. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Correlation effects in a relativistic calculation of the 6s2 1So - 6s6p 3P1, 1P1 transitions in barium", 51. J. Pascale, F. Rossi and W.E. Baylis, "Quantum Mechanical calculations of fine-structure transition cross sections for Rb (52P1) + H2, D2 collisions: primary importance of perturber rotational levels", 50. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Relativistic SCF calculations of transitions in the principal intercombination series of mercury", 49. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Correlation effects in a relativistic calculation of the 6s2 - 1So - 6s6p 1P1 transition in ytterbium", 48. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Relativistic oscillator strengths and excitation energies for the ns2 1Po - nsnp 3P1, 1P1 transitions: II. Cadmium isoelectronic sequence", 47. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Relativistic Oscillator Strengths and Excitation Energies for the ns2 1So nsnp 3P1, 1P1 Transitions: I. The Mercury Isoelectronic Sequence", 46. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Valence-Core Electron Exchange Interaction and the Collapse of 5 and 5d Orbitals in the Cesium Isoelectronic Sequence", 45. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Relativistic Oscillator Strength fo the 6s2 1So - 6s6p 3P1 Transitions in Neutral Mercury: A New Approach to the Correlation Problem", 44. W.E. Baylis and A.D. Pradhan, "Locating Minima of a Hypersurface: A Modification of the Levenberg-Marquardt Method", 43. W.E. Baylis and S.J. Peel, "Stable Variational Calculations with the Dirac Hamiltonian", 42. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Electron Affinities for Halogens Calculated in the Relativistic Hartree-Fock Approach with Atomic Polarization", 41. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Core Polarization, Relaxation and Relativistic Effects in the First Ionization Potentials for some systems in Cu, Ag and Au Isoelectronic Sequences", 40. W.E. Baylis and S.J. Peel, "A Program for the Predictor-Corrector Numerov Method", 39. W.E. Baylis and S.J. Peel, "A Predictor-Corrector Form of Numerov for Coupled Equations”, 38. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Adjustable Local Approximation for the Exchange Interaction Between Valence and Core Electrons in Model-Potential Calculations", 37. Sin Fai Lam and W.E. Baylis, "Relativistic Effects in Electrons. II. Comparison Between Treatment Based on the Schrodinger's Non-Relativistic and the Dirac's Relativistic Equations", 36. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Nonadjustable Local Model Potential for the Exchange Interaction Between Valence and Core Electrons", 35. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Influence of Relativistic Valence-Core Correlation of p-state Fine Structure in Some Univalent Systems", 34. W.E. Baylis, "Special Relativity with 2x2 Matrices", 33. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Local approximations for the exchange interaction between valence and core electrons," 32. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Relativistic Hartree-Fock oscillator strengths for lowest np 2P1/2,3/2 (n+1)s 2S1/2 and np 2P1/2,3/2 and 31. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Relativistic Hartree-Fock and model-potential ionization energies and oscillator strengths for transitions in the principal, sharp and diffuse series of neutral Rubidum and Silver, with allowance for core polarization," 30. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Relativistic Hartree-Fock oscillator strengths for lowest s-p transitions in the first few members of RbI and CsI isoelectronic sequences with allowance for core polarizations", 29. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Relativistic Hartree-Fock oscillator strengths for the lowest s-p and p-d transitions in the first few members of the AgI and AuI isoelectronic sequences with allowance for core polarizations," 28. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Influence of core polarization on oscillator strengths along the Copper isoelectronic sequence", 27. J. Migdalek and W.E. Baylis, "Influence of atomic core-polarization on oscillator strengths for 2S1/2 - 2P1/2,3/2, 2P1/2,3/2, 2D3/2,5/2, transitions in CuI, AgI and AuI spectra, 26. J. Huschilt and W.E. Baylis, "Rutherford scattering with radiation reaction", 25. W.E. Baylis, "An approximate treatment of intra-atomic correlation in Hartree-Fock calculations: The Hg2(X1+) potentials", 24. W.E. Baylis, "Three-body alkali/noble gas interactions and secondary satellites", 23. W.E. Baylis, "Collision studies with a single molecular beam", 22. J. Szudy and W.E. Baylis, "Asymmetry in pressure-broadened spectral lines", 21. W.E. Baylis, "Oscillatory spectra due to sudden excitation, and application to inner-shell processes in atomic collisions", 20. W.E. Baylis and J. Huschilt, "Nonuniqueness of physical solutions to the Lorentz-Dirac equation", 19. J. Szudy and W.E. Baylis, "Quasimolecular treatment of Stark broadening in Hydrogen", 18. W.E. Baylis and J. Huschilt, "Numerical solutions to two-body problems in classical electrodynamics: Head-on collisions with retarded fields and radiation reaction. II. Attractive case", 17. J. Huschilt and W.E. Baylis, "Numberical solutions to two-body problems in classical electrodynamics: I. Repulsive case", 16. J. Szudy and W.E. Baylis, "Unified Franck-Condon treatment of pressure broadening of spectral lines", 15. E. Walentynowicz, R.A. Phaneuf, W.E. Baylis and L. Krause, "Inelastic collisions between excited alkali atoms and molecules. IX An isotope effect in the cross-sections for 62P1/2 - 6 2P3/2 mixing in Cesium induced in collisions with deuterated methanes", 14. J. Huschilt and W.E. Baylis, "Solutions to the 'new' equation of motion for classical charged particles", 13. W.E. Baylis, E. Walentynowicz, R.A. Phaneuf and L. Krause, "Rotational effects in collisionally induced fine-structure transitions", 12. J. Huschilt, W.E. Baylis, D. Letter and G. Szamosi, "Numerical solutions to two-body problems in classical electrodynamics: Straight-line motion with retarded fields and no radiation reaction", 11. B. Fox, F. Holuj, and W.E. Baylis, "A new fitting procedure for ESR spectra: The ESR spectrum of Gd3+ in Ca(OH)2," 10. W.E. Baylis, "Coherence transfer in magnetic fields", 9. A. van Wijngaarden and W.E. Baylis, "Scattering between Hg atoms and light atomic projectiles of keV energies", 8. A. van Wijngaarden, B. Miremadi and W.E. Baylis, "The repulsive part of the potential between Hg atoms and light atomic projectiles", 7. A. van Wijngaarden, B. Miremadi and W.E. Baylis, "Energy spectra of keV backscattered protons as a probe for surface-region studies", 6. J.S. Deech and W.E. Baylis, "Double exponential decay of imprisoned resonance radiation", 5. A. van Wijngaarden, E.J. Brimner and W.E. Baylis, "Backscattering of light atomic projectiles from thin Au films in the energy range 50-110 keV", 4. W.E. Baylis, "Bound states and quasibound resonance in diatomic systems", 3. W.E. Baylis, "A semi-empirical pseudopotential calculation of alkali-noble-gas interatomic potentials", 2. W.E. Baylis, "Optical pumping effects in level-crossing measurements", 1. W.E. Baylis, W.M. Schmid and E. Lüscher, "Compton-effect calculations for astrophysical applications", Z. Astrophysik
O-2. W. E. Baylis: "Comment on 'The electron g factor and factorization of the Pauli equation' by R. J. Adler and R. A. Martin", O-1. J. Migdalek and W. E. Baylis, “Core polarization and relativistic effects competition in the first ionization potentials for some systems in the Cu, Ag, and Au isoelectronic sequences”, | |||||||

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