The Collected works of E.C.G. Sudarshan

    1953

  1. An Improved Method for Determining the Mass Particles from Scattering Versus Range and its Application to the Mass of K-Mesons, Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 38, 418 (1953); with S. Biswas and B. Peters.
  2. 1954

  3. Mass Determination on Steeply Dipping Tracks in Emulsion Block Detectors, Nuovo Cimento, Suppl. 12, 369-373 (1954); with S. Biswas, B. Peters and M. S. Swamy.

  4. Nuclear Species, Current Science (India) (1954) (Book Review). [No copy available]

  5. 1955

  6. The Range-Energy Relation in Nuclear Emulsions, Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 41, 45-50 (1955); with R. R. Daniel and B. Peters.

  7. 1956

  8. Annihilation of Antinucleons, Phys. Rev. 103, 777-779 (1956).

  9. Mass Difference of Σ ± and Their Anomalous Magnetic Moments, Phys. Rev. 104, 267-269 (1956); with R. E. Marshak.

  10. 1957

  11. Consequences of Charge Independence of Magnetic Moments and Masses of &Sigma Hyperons, with R. E. Marshak and S. Ukubo, Phys. Rev. 106, 599-601 (1957)

  12. Remarks on the Possible Existence of a Neutral Muon, Nuovo Cimento 6, 1335-1338 (1957); with R. E. Marshak.

  13. 1958

  14. Chirality Invariance and the Universal Fermi Interaction, Phys. Rev. 109 1860-1862 (1958); with R. E. Marshak.

  15. Divergenceless Currents and K-Meson Decay, Phys. Rev. Letters 1, 25 (1958); with S. Weinberg, R. E. Marshak, S. Okubo and W. B. Teutsch.

  16. Interaction Current in Strangeness-Violating Decays, Phys. Rev. 112, 665-668 (1958); with S. Okubo, R. E. Marshak, W. B. Teutsch and S. Weinberg, reprinted in "The Development of the Theory of Weak Interactions", P. K. Kabir (ed.), Gordon and Breach, New York (1964).

  17. Multiple Production of Pions in Nuclear Collisions, Phys. Rev. 110, 765-766 (1958); with P. P. Srivastava.

  18. The Nature of the Four-Fermion Interaction, Proc. of the Conference on Mesons and Newly-Discovered Particles, Padua-Venice, Sept. 1957; with R. E. Marshak; N. Zanichelli, Bologna (1958); reprinted in "Development of the Theory of Weak Interactions", P. K. Kabir (ed.), Gordon and Breach, New York (1964). Also in " A Gift of Prophesy", E. C. G. Sudarshan (ed.) World Scientific, Singapore (1994), pp. 508-515.

  19. Quantum Numbers for a System of Nucleons and Antinucleons, Nuovo Cimento 10, 407-409 (1958); with A. Gamba.

  20. 1959

  21. Book Review: Lectures in Theoretical Physics, Vol. II Summer Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder (1959); Journal of Amer. Chem. Soc. 83, 3735 (1961).

  22. Decay of the Cascade Particles, Phys. Rev. 114, 1148-1149 (1959); with S. Okubo and W. B. Teutsch.

  23. Discrete Symmetries and Chirality Invariance in Quantum Field Dynamics, Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 49A, 66 (1959).

  24. Isotopic Spin Selection Rules and K 2o Decay, Phys. Rev. Letters 2, 12 (1959); with S. Okubo and R. E. Marshak.

  25. Representations of the Dirac Equation, Phys. Rev. 113, 1661-1663 (1959); with S. K. Bose and A. Gamba.

  26. Structure of the Vertex Function, Phys. Rev. 115, 731-735 (1959); with S. Deser and W. Gilbert.

  27. V-A Theory and the Decay of the Λ Hyperon, Phys. Rev. 113, 944-954 (1959); with S. Okubo and R. E. Marshak.

  28. 1960

  29. Additive and Multiplicative Quantum Numbers, J. of Ind. Math. Soc. 24, 557-561 (1960).

  30. Editor; with J. H. Tinlot and A. C. Melissinos. Proc. Tenth Annual Conf. on High Energy Physics at Rochester, University of Rochester (1960).

  31. "Front" Description in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, J. Math. Physics 1, 532-536 (1960) with R. Acharya.

  32. Integral Representations of Two-Point Functions, Phys. Rev. 117, 273-279 (1960); with S. Deser and W. Gilbert.

  33. Low Energy Parameters of Hyperon-Nucleon Interaction and Λ Hyperfragments, Phys. Rev. Letters 4, 140-1441 (1960); with S. Iwao.

  34. Mesic Decay of Hyperfragments, Proc. Tenth Rochester Conf., E. C. G. Sudarshan, J. H. Tinlot and A. C. Melissinos (eds.) (1960); with S. Iwao.

  35. A Model for Hyperfragments, Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 52, 27-33 (1960); with S. Iwao.

  36. Note on Divergenceless Currents and Muon Polarizaton in Kμ3 Decays, Nuovo Cimento 16, 332-341 (1960); with S. Hatsukade, R. E. Marshak and S. Okubo.

  37. Pion-Pion Interaction and Antinucleon Annihilation, Proc. Tenth Rochester Conf., E. C. G. Sudarshan, J. H. Tinlot and A. C. Melissinos (eds.) (1960); with G. Pinski and K. T. Mahan-thappa.

  38. Structure of the Forward Scattering Amplitude, Phys. Rev. 117, 266-272 (1960); with W. Gilbert and S. Deser.

  39. Weak Interactions, Proc. of the Brandeis University Summer Institute in Theoretical Physics, notes compiled by J. Childress (1960), pp. 209-258.

  40. 1961

  41. Dynamical Mappings of Density Operators in Quantum Mechanics I, J. Math. Phys. 2, 772-775 (1961); with T. F. Jordan.

  42. Inconsistency of the Local Field Theory of Charged Spin 3/2 Particles, Annals of Physics 13, 126-145 (1961); with K. Johnson.

  43. Introduction to Elementary Particle Physics, Interscience, New York (1961); with R. E. Marshak. [BOOK].

  44. Lie Group Dynamical Formalism and the Relation Between Quantum Mechanics and Classical Mechanics, with T. F. Jordan, Rev. Mod. Phys. 33, 515-524 (1961).

  45. Local Fields with Terminating Expansions, Nuovo Cimento 21, 722 (1961) with K. Bardakci.

  46. Nature of the Axioms of Relativistic Quantum Field Theory I, Jour. Math. Phys. 2, 767-771 (1961); with K. Bardakci.

  47. Quantum Mechanical Systems with Indefinite Metric I, Phys. Rev. 123, 2183-2193 (1961).

  48. Quantum Mechanical Systems with Indefinite Metric II, Phys. Rev. 123, 2193-2201 (1961); with Howard J. Schnitzer.

  49. Statistical Dynamics of Multiple Meson Production, CERN-61-22, Proc. of CERN, Geneva (1961).

  50. Stochastic Dynamics of Quantum-Mechanical Systems, Phys. Rev. 121, 920-924 (1961); with P. M. Mathews and J. Rau.

  51. Theory of Leptons I, Nuovo Cimento 21, 7-28 (1961).

  52. 1962

  53. Asymptotic Field Operators in Quantum Field Theory, Annals of Phys. 19, 351-382-(1962); with S. S. Schweber.

  54. A Class of Solvable Potentials, Nuovo Cimento 25, 864-879 (1962); with A. Bhattacharji.

  55. Completeness Identity in Field Theory, Nuovo Cimento 25, 461-464 (1962); with O. W. Green-berg and H. J. Schnitzer.

  56. Dynamical Mappings of Density Operators in Quantum-Mechanics II. Time Dependent Map-pings, J. Math. Phys. 3, 848-852 (1962); with T. F. Jordan and M. A. Pinsky.

  57. Lectures on Foundations of Field Theory and Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, MATSCIENCE Reports, T. K. Radha, T. Satyapal and K. Raman (eds.), Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Madras, India (1962).

  58. "Meta" Relativity, Amer. J. Phys. 30, 718-723 (1962); with O. M. P. Bilaniuk and V. Deshpande.

  59. Reduction of Cartesian Tensors and its Application to Stochastic Dynamics, Nuovo Cimento 25, 1270-1281 (1962); with R. K. Bansal.

  60. Reduction of Operator Rings and the Irreducibility Axiom in Quantum Field Theory, J. Math. Phys. 3, 587-594 (1962).

  61. Relativistic Particle Interactions, Proc. Brandeis Summer Institute on Theoretical Physics (1961); notes compiled by V. L. Teplitz; W. A. Benjamin, Inc., New York (1962).

  62. Structure of Dynamical Theories, Proc. Brandeis Summer Institute on Theoretical Physics (1961); notes compiled by G. Carmi; W. A. Benjamin, Inc., New York (1962).

  63. The Study of Spurious Scattering in Nuclear Emulsions and the Effect of Higher Order Differences in Scattering Measurements, Nuovo Cimento Suppl. 26, 251-266 (1962); with P. J. Lavakare.

  64. 1963

  65. Consequences of SU3 Invariance, Proc. of the Athens Conf. on Newly Discovered Resonant Particles, Athens (1963); AEC Doc. NYO-10268, B. A. Munir and L. J. Gallaher (eds.).

  66. Equivalence of Semiclassical and Quantum Mechanical Descriptions of Statistical Light Beams, Phys. Rev. Lett. 10, 277-279 (1963).

  67. The Nature of the Axioms of Relativistic Quantum Field Theory II, J. Math Phys. 4, 1029-1036 (1963).

  68. Relative Weights of the Decays of Certain Resonances in Theories with Broken Symmetry, Phys. Rev. Lett. 10, 423-425 (1963); with C. Dullemond and A. J. Macfarlane.

  69. Relativistic Invariance and Hamiltonian Theories of Interacting Particles, Rev. Mod. Phys. 35, 350-375 (1963); with D. G. Currie and T. F. Jordan.

  70. Representations of Parafermi Rings, Nucl. Phys. 47, 207-211 (1963); with C. Ryan.

  71. Weyl Reflections in the Unitary Symmetry Theory of Strong Interactions, Nuovo Cimento 30, 845-858 (1963); with C. Dullemond and A. J. Macfarlane.

  72. 1964

  73. Concerning Space-Time and Symmetry Groups, Phys. Rev. 136, 888-892 (1964) with M. E. Mayer, H. J. Schnitzer, R. Acharya and M. Y. Han.

  74. Consequences of Symmetry Groups for Electromagnetic Properties, Proc. Stanford Conf. on Nuclear Form Factors, R. Hofstadter and L. I. Schiff (eds.), Stanford University (1964); with A. J. Macfarlane.

  75. Electromagnetic and Decay Properties of G2 Multiplets, Phys. Rev. 133, 475-477 (1964); with A. J. Macfarlane and N. Mukunda.

  76. Electromagnetic Properties of Stable Particles and Resonances According to the Unitary Symmetry Theory, Nuovo Cimento 31, 1176-1196 (1964); with A. J. Macfarlane.

  77. Generalized Shmushkevich Method: Proof of Basic Results, J. Math Phys. 5, 576-580 (1964); with A. J. Macfarlane and N. Mukunda.

  78. Hamiltonian Model of Lorentz Invariant Particle Interactions, Phys. Rev. 133, 487-496 (1964); with A. J. Macfarlane and T. F. Jordan.

  79. A Mechanism of Induction of Symmetries among the Strong Interactions, Phys. Lett. 9, 286-288 (1964).

  80. Origin of Unitary Symmetry and Charge Conservation in Strong Interactions, Phys. Rev. 136, 1092-1096 (1964); with L. O'Raifeartaigh and T. S. Santhanam.

  81. Quantum Optics, Notes on Lectures compiled by F. Ghielmetti, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland (1964).

  82. SU(6) X 0(3) Structure of Strongly Interacting Particles, Phys. Rev. Lett. 14, 163 (1964); with K. T. Mahanthappa.

  83. Theory of Photoelectric Detection of Light Fluctuations, Proc. Phys. Soc. 84, 435-444 (1964); with L. Mandel and E. Wolf.

  84. 1965

  85. Characteristic Non-Invariance Groups of Dynamical Systems, Phys. Rev. Lett. 15, 1041 (1965); with N. Mukunda and L. O'Raifeartaigh.

  86. Concerning Space-Time, Symmetry Group and Charge Conservation, J. Math. Phys. 6, 1329 (1965).

  87. Concluding Remarks, Proc. of the International Seminar on Unified Field Theories at Feldafing on Starnbergersee, H. Rechenberg (ed.), Munich (1965).

  88. CP Invariance in Weak Interactions and the Pion Decay Asymmetry, Phys. Rev. Lett. 14, 117 (1965); with G. B. Cvijanovich and E. A. Jeannet.

  89. The Dynamical Origin of Symmetry of Elementary Particles, Current Science (Bangalore) 34, 202 (1965).

  90. Equivalence of the Current Algebra and Group Theoretic Formulations in Particle Physics, Phys. Rev. Lett. 14, 1083 (1965).

  91. Finite Quantum Electrodynamics: A Field Theory Using an Indefinite Metric, Phys. Rev. 137, B1085-B1104 (1965); with M. E. Arons and M. Y. Han

  92. Group Theory of the Kepler Problem, with N. Mukunda and L O'Raifeartaigh, Phys. Lett. 19(4), 322 (1965)

  93. The Harmonies in the Motion of Celestial Bodies Under Newtonian Attraction, Lectures on Theoretical Physics, Proc. of Summer School, Boulder, Colorado (1965); with N. Mukunda.

  94. Lorentz Covariant SU(6), Particle-Antiparticle Algebras and Super Multiplet Structure, Phys. Rev. Lett. 14, 458 (1965); with K. T. Mahanthappa.

  95. Nucleon Magnetic Moments in Covariant Version of Wigner's Supermultiplet Theory, Phys. Rev. Lett. 14, 755 (1965); with A. J. Macfarlane and L. O'Raifeartaigh.

  96. Parastatistics: Axiomatic Formulation, Connections with Spin and TCP Theorem for a General Field Theory, Proc. Istanbul Summer School, 1962, F. Gursey (ed.), Gordon and Breach, New York (1965); with G. F. Dell'Antonio and O. W. Greenberg.

  97. Question of Combining Internal Symmetries and the Lorentz Group, Proc. of the Second Coral Gables Conf. on Symmetry Principles at High Energy, B. Kursunoglu, A. Perlmutter and I. Sakmar (eds.), W. J. Freeman and Co. San Fransisco (1965), pp. 147-158.

  98. Relation between Quantum and Semi-Classical Description of Optical Coherence, with C. L. Metha, Phys. Rev. 138, B274-280 (1965)

  99. Representation Mixing for SU(3) and G(2), with A.J. Macfarlane and N. Mukunda, Phys. Rev. 138 B665-666 (1965)

  100. Shmushkevich's Method for a Charge Independent Theory, Phys. Rev. 140, B1045 (1965); with G. Pinski and A. J. Macfarlane.

  101. Theory of Approximate Symmetries, High Energy Physics and Elementary Particles, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna (1965), pp. 723-738.

  102. The Uses of Illegal Groups in Particle Physics, Proc. of International Seminar on Unified Theories of Elementary Particles, H. Rechenberg (ed.), Munich (1965), pp. 64-73.

  103. 1966

  104. Application of Noninvariance Groups to Meson-Baryon Scattering, Phys. Rev. Lett. 16, 825 (1966); with J. G. Kuriyan.

  105. Current Algebras and Generalized Ward Takahashi Identities, Phys. Lett. 21, 450 (1966); with K. Raman.

  106. Elementary Particles, Encyclopedia of Physics, R. M. Besancon (ed.), Reinhold Pub. Corp., New York (1966).

  107. Noncompact Groups in Particle Physics, Proc. of Conference on Symmetric Principles, Freeman and Co., Third Coral Gables Conference (1966).

  108. Noninvariance Groups from Intermediate Coupling Models, Phys. Lett. 21, 106 (1966); with J. G. Kuriyan.

  109. Origin of Internal Symmetries. Symposia of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 2, Plenum Press (1966), pp. 1-13.

  110. Parity-Violating Nonleptonic Decay and the Cabibbo Current, Phys. Rev. 146, 118 (1966); with S. Pakvasa and S. P. Rosen.

  111. A Sum Rule for the Two-Pion Decay Amplitudes of K- Mesons, Nuovo Cimento 41, 283 (1966).

  112. Time Evolution of Coherent States, Phys. Lett. 22, 574 (1966); with C. L. Mehta.

  113. 1967

  114. Dynamical Symmetries and Symmetry Algebras, Phys. Rev. 156, l637 (1967); with H. Leutwyler.

  115. Dynamics of Coherent States, Phys. Rev. 157, 1198 (1967); with C. L. Mehta, P. Chand and R. Vedam.

  116. Generalized Ward-Takahashi Identities and Current Algebras, Phys. Rev. 154, 1499 (1967); with K. Raman.

  117. Meson Symmetries Based on Nonchiral SU(3) X SU(3) , Phys. Rev. 162, 1396 (1967); with S. K. Bose.

  118. Noninvariance Groups in Particle Physics, Phys. Rev. 162, 1650 (1967); with J. G. Kuriyan.

  119. Realization of Lie Algebra by Analytic Functions of Generators of a Given Lie Algebra, J. of Math. Phys. 8, 2048 (1967); with P. Chand, N. Mehta and N. Mukunda.

  120. Relativistic Particle Spectra and Mass Splittings, Phys. Lett. 24B, 302 (1967); with N. Mukunda and A. Bohm.

  121. Spin-s Spherical Harmonics and "Thop", J. Math. Phys. 8, 2155 (1967); with J. Goldberg, A. J. Macfarlane, F. Rohrlich and E. Newman.

  122. Structure of the Dirac Bracket in Classical Mechanics, Comm. Math. Phys. 9, 411 (1967); with N. Mukunda.

  123. Theory of Stability of Tensor Operators under Perturbations and its Application to Particle Physics, Phys. Rev. 158, 1424 (1967); with N. Mukunda.

  124. Theory of Universal Primary Interactions, Nature 216, 979 (1967).

  125. 1968

  126. The Fundamental Theorem on the Connection between Spin and Statistics, in Proc. Nobel Symposium 8; Elementary Particle Theory, Relativistic Groups and Anlyticity, Nils Svartholm (ed.), Almqvist and Wiksell, Stockholm (1968), pp.379-386.

  127. The Fundamental Theorem on the Relation between Spin and Statistics, Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. LXVII, 284 (1968).

  128. Fundamentals of Quantum Optics, with J. Klauder. W. A. Benjamin, Inc., New York (1968). [BOOK]

  129. Indefinite Metric and Nonlocal Field Theories, Proc. of XIV Solvay Conf. Brussels, Belgium, J. Geheniau and I. Progogine (eds.), Interscience, London (1968), pp. 97-127.

  130. Lorentz Invariance, Local Field Theory, and Faster-than-Light Particles, Phys. Rev. 173, 1622 (1968); with M. E. Arons.

  131. Master Analytic Representation: Reduction of O(2,1) in an O(1,1) Basis; with J. G. Kuriyan and N. Munkunda. J. Math. Phys. 9(12), 2100 (1968).

  132. Master Analytic Representations and Unified Representation Theory of Certain Orthogonal and Pseudo-Orthogonal Groups, Comm. Math. Phys. 8, 204 (1968); with J. G. Kuriyan and N. Mukunda.

  133. The Nature of Primary Interactions of Elementary Particles, in Proc. of XVI Solvay Conf., Brussels (1968), J. Geheniau and I. Prigogine (eds.), Interscience, London (1968), pp. 53-62.

  134. The Nature of Universal Primary Interactions of Particles, Proc. Roy. Soc. A305, 319 (1968).

  135. A New Formulation of Relativistic Quantum Theory of Fields and Applications to Particles Traveling Faster than Light, in Proc. Nobel Symposium 8: Elementary Particle Theory, Relativistic Groups and Analyticity, Nils Svartholm (ed.), Almqvist and Wiksell, Stockholm (1968), pp. 335-343.

  136. Quantum Field Theory of Interacting Tachyons, Phys. Rev. 174, 1808 (1968); with J. Dhar.

  137. Ten Years of the Universal V-A Weak Interaction Theory and Some Remarks on a Universal Theory of Primary Interactions. Lectures in Theoretical High Energy Physics, H. H. Aly (ed.), Wiley-Interscience (1968).

  138. Universal Vector and Axial-Vector Interaction Theory for Strong Interactions, Phys. Rev. Lett. 20, 79 (1968); with T. Pradhan and R. P. Saxena.

  139. What Are Elementary Particles Made of? Symposia on Theoretical Phys. and Math., MATSCIENCE, Madras, 6, A. Ramakrishnan (ed.), Plenum Press, New York (1968).

  140. 1969

  141. An Associative Algebraic Model for Weak Meson Decays, Nuovo Cimento 60, 395 (1969); with A. Bohm.

  142. Can Infinite Multiplets be Inferred from the Weak Decay Rates? , Phys. Rev. 178, 2264 (1969); with A. Bohm.

  143. Causality and Space-like Signals, Nature 223, 386 (1969); with Olexa-Myron Bilaniuk.

  144. Kl4 Decay in an Algebraic Model for Mesons, Phys. Rev. 182, 1918 (1969).

  145. The Nature of Faster-Than-Light Particles and Their Interactions, Arkiv fur Fysik, 39, 40 (1969).

  146. A New Formulation of Relativistic Quantum Field Theory, Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. LXIX, Sec. 3A, 133 (1969).

  147. Particles Beyond the Light Barrier, Physics Today 22, 43-51 (1969); with Olexa-Myron Bilaniuk.

  148. Quantum Theory of Partial Coherence, J. Math. and Phys. Sci. 3, 121 (1969) Madras, India.

  149. 1970

  150. Algebraic Models for Weak Interactions, in Proc. of the International Conf. on Symmetries and Quark Models, R. Chand (ed.), Gordon and Breach, New York (1970).

  151. Classical Statistical Mechanics of Identical Particles and Quantum Effects, Int. J. of Theor. Phys. 3, 245 (1970); with J. Mehra.

  152. Phenomenology of Complex Spin Tachyons, Particles and Nuclei 1, 1-9 (1970); with A. M. Gleeson, M. Gundzik and A. Pagnamenta.

  153. Physical Interpretation of Complex-Energy Negative-Metric Theories, Phys. Rev. D 1, 474 (1970); with A. M. Gleeson.

  154. Physics of Complex Mass Particles, Coral Gables Conf. on Fundamental Interactions at High Energies, A. Perlmutter (ed.), G. J. Iverson and R. Williams, Gordon and Breach, New York (1970).

  155. Quantum Theory of the Infinite-Component Majorana Field and the Relation of Spin and Statistics, Phys. Rev. D 1, 571 (1970); with N. Mukunda.

  156. Tachyon Cloud of a Particle, Phys. Rev. D 1, 2428 (1970).

  157. The Theory of Particles Traveling Faster than Light I, Symposia on Theoretical Physics and Mathematics 10 A. Ramakrishnan (ed.), Plenum Press, New York (1970).

  158. 1971

  159. Analyticity, Covariance and Unitarity in Indefinite-Metric Quantum Field Theories, Phys. Rev. D 4, 2242 (1971); with R. M. Moore, A. M. Gleeson and H. Rechenberg.

  160. Fascination of the Muon, Proc. of the Muon Conference, Prakash Chand (ed.), Univ. of Colorado Press, Ft. Collins, Colorado (1971), p. 221.

  161. On Finite Quantum Field Theories, in Proc. of the Munich Symposium on Basic Questions in Elementary Particle Physics, H. P. Durr (ed.), Max-Planck-Institute, Munich (1971).

  162. On Kernels Realizing Associative Multiplications between Phase-Space Functions, Nuovo Cim. 5B, 134 (1971); with A Simoni and F. Zaccaria.

  163. 1972

  164. Action-at-a-Distance, Fields and Quanta 2, 175 (1972).

  165. Analyticity in Quantum Field Theory I: The Triangle Graph Revisited, Nuovo Cim. 12A, (1972); with H. Rechenberg.

  166. Completeness of States, Shadow States, Heisenberg Condition, and Poles of S-Matrix, Nucl. Phys. B50, 269 (1972); with S. N. Biswas and T. Pradhan.

  167. Dipole Form Factors, Phys. Rev. Lett. 29, 1044 (1972); with C. R. Hagen.

  168. Finite Quantum and Classical Electrodynamics, Proc. of Third Rochester Conf. on Coherence and Quantum Optics, L. Mandel and E. Wolf (eds.), Plenum Press, New York (1972), pp. 289-299.

  169. Phenomenology Based on Tachyon Exchange, Phys. Rev. D 6, 807 (1972); with A. M. Gleeson, M. G. Gundzik and A. Pagnamenta.

  170. Quantum Field Theories with Shadow States. I. Soluble Models. Phys. Rev. D 6 3658 (1972); with C. A. Nelson.

  171. Quantum Field Theories with Shadow States. II. Low-Energy Pion-Nucleon Scattering, Phys. Rev. D 6, 3678 (1972); with C. A. Nelson.

  172. Shadow and Substance, Proc. of the First Symposium on High Energy Physics, V. Gupta (ed.), Indian Institute of Technology, Powai, Bombay (1972).

  173. Some Consequences of a Piecewise-Analytic Scattering Amplitude, Phys. Rev. D 6, 798 (1972); with M. G. Gundzik.

  174. Some Reflections on the Nature of Entropy Irreversibility and the Second Law of Thermodynamics, Nuovo Cim. B 11, 215 (1972); with J. Mehra.

  175. 1973

  176. Analyticity in Quantum Field Theory II. Causality and Dispersion Relations, Nuovo Cim. 14A, 299 (1973); with H. Rechenberg.

  177. Heisenberg Equations of Motion for the Charged Spin-3/ 2 Fields, Phys. Rev. D 8, 1088 (1973); with G. B. Mainland.

  178. In Search of Perspective: An Attempt at Self-Assessment. Lecture at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India (September 1973).

  179. Many-time Photocount Distributions, J. Phys. and Math. 6, 1910 (1973); with S. K. Srinivasan and S. Sukavanam.

  180. Photon Retinue and Infrared Divergence Problem in Quantum Electrodynamics, Nuovo Cim. 17B, 13 (1973); with C. C. Chiang.

  181. Statistical Mechanics of Parafermi Systems, J. Math. Phys. 14, 1170 (1973); with J. L. Richard.

  182. Superpropagator for a Nonpolynomial Field, Phys. Rev. D 7, 10, 2884 (1973); with S. N. Biswas and G. P. Malik.

  183. 1974

  184. Algebraic Study of a Class of Relativistic Wave Equations, Annals of Phys. 85, 2, 546 (1974); with W. J. Hurley.

  185. Classical Dynamics: A Modern Perspective; with N. Mukunda. John Wiley and Sons, N. Y. (1974). [BOOK]

  186. Gauge Independence and Unitarity in the Weinberg Unified Theory (XIV International Conf. on High Energy Physics, London, 1974), Phys. Lett. 51B(4), 349 (1974); with J. P. Hsu.

  187. Irreversibility and Dynamical Maps of Statistical Operators; with V. Gorini. Lecture Notes in Phys. 29, 260, Springer Verlag, Berlin (1974).

  188. Poincare Invariance of the Spin-3/ 2 Field in the Presence of a Minimal External Electromagnetic Interaction, Phys. Rev. D 10, 3343 (1974); with G. B. Mainland.

  189. Quantum Field Theory with Shadow States: A Separate Reality, American Institute of Physics, Conference Proc. 16, (1974), pp. 115-136.

  190. Science and Indian Society, Economic and Political Weekly, IX, 12 India, (1974).

  191. Some Generalization of the Marcinkiewicz Theorem and Its Implications to Certain Approximation Schemes in Many-Particle Physics, Phys. Rev. A 10, 1852 (1974); with A. K. Rajagopal.

  192. Theory of Massive and Massless Yang-Mills Fields, Phys. Rev. D 9, 1678 (1974); with J. P. Hsu.

  193. Time and Passage. Prof. Lieb's Seminar, 11 February 1974.

  194. A World of Bose Particles, in Science Today, Bombay, India (January 1974); Am. J. Phys. 43(1), 69 (1975).

  195. 1975

  196. Entropy Increase for a Class of Dynamical Maps, Reports on Math. Phys. 8, 25 (1975); with G. Ananthakrishna and V. Gorini.

  197. The Failure of the Usual Gauge Formalism in a Class of Gauge Conditions, Phys. Lett. 59B, 471 (1975); with J. P. Hsu and E. Mac.

  198. Fluids, Fields and Turbulence, Proc. of the Workshop on Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (1975). (No manuscript available).

  199. Hydrodynamical Expansion with Frame Independence Symmetry in High Energy Multiparticle Production, Phys. Rev. D 12, 902 (1975); with C. B. Chiu and K. H. Wang.

  200. On the Determination of the Relativistic Wave Equations Associated with a Given Representation of SL( 2, C), J. Math. Phys. 16, (10), 2093 (1975); with W. J. Hurley.

  201. Problems of Functional Determinant and Fictitious Lagrangian in Gauge Theories, Nucl. Phys. B 91, 477 (1975); with J. P. Hsu.

  202. Relation Between Spin and Statistics, in Statistical Physics -A Supplement to the Journal of the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India (June 1975), pp. 123-137.

  203. A Renormalizable Theory of Leptons with Intrinsic Symmetry Break-Down, Nuovo Cim. Lett. 13(15), 557 (1975); with J. P. Hsu.

  204. Sir C. V. Raman Visiting Professorship 1970-71 Lectures (BOOKLET), P. M. Mathews (ed.), University of Madras, India (1975).

  205. Unified Theory of Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions without Spontaneously Broken Gauge Symmetry, I, Univ. of Texas, Center for Particle Physics PREPRINT CPT-218; with J. P. Hsu

  206. 1976

  207. Aether as a Superfluid State of Particle-Antiparticle Pairs, with K. P. Sinha and C. Sivaram. Foundations of Physics 6, 65 (1976).

  208. Completely Positive Dynamical Semigroups of n-Level Systems, J. Math. Phys. 17(5), 821 (1976) with Vittorio Gorini and Andrzej Kossakowski.

  209. Experimental Confirmation of the Parity of the Antiproton, Phys. Rev. Lett. 37, 1037 (1976); with T. E. Kalogeropoulos and C. B. Chiu.

  210. Extreme Affine Transformations; with V. Gorini; Comm. Math. Phys. 46, 43 (1976).

  211. Interaction between Classical and Quantum Systems and the Measurement of Quantum Observables, Pramana 6, 117 (1976).

  212. On the Dynamics of Activation of Mammalian X Chromosomes, Genetic Res., Cambridge 28, 147 (1976); with N. Mukunda, H. S. Chadra, M. Gadgil and A. K. Rajagopal.

  213. Relation between Nambu and Hamiltonian Mechanics, Phys. Rev. D13, 2846 (1976); with N. Mukunda.

  214. Science and Society. Lecture given at Bangalore University, Bangalore, India (August 1976).

  215. Static and Dynamic Derivation of Radiative Equilibrium. Proc. Second Bose Symposium, Bose Institute, University of Calcutta, Calcutta, India (1976), pp. 8-17.

  216. The Superfluid Vacuum State, Time Varying Cosmological Constant and Non-Singular Cosmological Models, Foundations of Physics 6, 717 (1976); with K. P. Sinha and C. Sivaram.

  217. Tachyons and Cosmology, Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomical Society, 175, 105 (1976); with J. V. Narlikar.

  218. The Temper of Science (Lecture, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi, Aug. 1974; and Centre for Theoretical Studies, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 1974). Science and Technology in India, B. R. Nanda (ed.), Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi/ Bangalore, India (1976), pp. 21-33.

  219. Unitary Unified Field Theories, Proc. First International Symposium on Mathematical Physics, Warsaw, 1974; K. Maurin and R. Raczka (eds.), D. Reidel Pub. Co., Dordrecht, Holland (1976), p. 441.

  220. 1977

  221. A Consideration of the Philosophical Implications of the New Physics by Max Jammer Commentary, Proc. 5th Int. Conf. on the Sci. (Washington, D. C., 1976), Vol. I, 959 (1977).

  222. A Criterion for Reducibility of a Relativistic Wave Equation, J. Math. Phys. 18, 855 (1977); with M. A. K. Khalil and W. J. Hurley.

  223. Natural Law and Order, Proc. 1st World Assembly on Law, Justice and Rehabilitation, MERU, Seelisberg, Switzerland (1977), pp. 46-51.

  224. Time Evolution of Unstable Quantum States and a Resolution of Zeno's Paradox, Phys. Rev. D 16, 520 (1977); with C. B. Chiu and B. Misra.

  225. The Zeno's Paradox in Quantum Theory, J. Math Phys. 18(4) 756 (1977); with B. Misra.

  226. 1978

  227. Decaying States as Complex Energy Eigenvectors in Generalized Quantum Mechanics, Phys. Rev. D 18, 2914 (1978); with C. B. Chiu and V. Gorini.

  228. Interaction between Classical and Quantum Systems: A New Approach to Quantum Measurement I. Phys. Rev. D 18, 4580 (1978).

  229. New Light on the Optical Equivalence Theorem and a New Type of Discrete Diagonal Coherent State Representation, Pramana 10, 227 (1978); with N. Mukunda

  230. Para-Bose Coherent States, J. Math. Phys. 19, 2089 (1978); with J. I. Sharma and C. L. Mehta.

  231. Properties of Quantum Markovian Master Equation, Reports of Math. Phys. 13, 149 (1978); with V. Gorini, Frigerio, Verri and Kossakowski.

  232. The Superfluid as a Source of All Interactions, Foundations of Physics 8, 823 (1978); with K. P. Sinha.

  233. 1979

  234. Interaction Between Classical and Quantum Systems: A New Approach to Quantum Measurement II. Theoretical Considerations Phys. Rev. D 20, 857 (1979); with T. N. Sherry.

  235. Interaction Between Classical and Quantum Systems: A New Approach to Quantum Measurement III: Illustration, Phys. Rev. D 20, 3081 (1979); with S. R. Gautam and T. N. Sherry.

  236. Multiquark Mesons Revisited, with S. K. Bose. Proc. Integrative Conference on Group Theory in Physics, A. Beigelbock, Bohm, Takusugi, (eds.) Springer-Verlag (1979).

  237. Pencils of Rays in Wave Optics. Phys. Lett. 3A, 269 (1979); with N. Mukunda.

  238. Quantum Electrodynamics and Light Rays. Physica A 96, 315 (1979).

  239. Structure and Representation of Correlation Functions and the Density Matrix for a Statistical Wave Field in Optics, J. Math Phys. 20, 1801 (1979); with N. Mukunda.

  240. 1980

  241. Beyond Grand Unification; with J. C. Ward. In Proc. of Workshop on Weak Interactions, Blacksburg, VA (1980).

  242. Embedding of Non-Simple Lie Groups, Coupling Constant Relations and Non-Uniqueness of Models of Unification, Pramana 15, 327 (1980); with J. Pasupathy.

  243. Geometry of Wave Electromagnetics. AIP Conference Proceedings 65( l), 95 (1980).

  244. Perception of Quantum Systems (Lyman Laboratory, Harvard). Old and New Questions in Physics, Cosmology, Philosophy and Theoretical Biology, Alwyn van der Merwe (ed.), Plenum Pub. Co. (1983).

  245. Quantum Dynamical Semigroups and Complete Positivity. An Application to Isotropic Spin Relaxation. Presented at the IX Int. Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, Cocoyoc, Mexico (June 1980). In Proc. Lecture Notes in Physics,135, Springer Verlag, Berlin; with Gorini and Verri.

  246. Representations and properties of para-Bose oscillator operators - 1. Energy position and momentum eigenstates, J. Math Phys. 21, 2386 (1980); with N. Mukunda, J. Sharma and C. Mehta.

  247. Resonances, Scattering Theory and Rigged Hilbert Spaces, J. Math. Phys. 21, 2208 (1980); with V. Gorini and G. Parravicini.

  248. Spatial-temporal Development of Hadron-Nucleus Collisions, Phys. Rev. D 21, 1304 (1980); with C. B. Chiu and P. Valanju.

  249. Statistical Concepts in Einstein's Physics. Symmetries Science, B. Gruber and R. Millman (eds.), Plenum Pub., New York (1980), pp. 23-38.

  250. 1981

  251. Cohesion and Physical Structure. Group Cohesion, H. Kellerman (ed.), Grune & Stratton, New York (1981), pp. 123-131.

  252. Constraint Dynamics of Particle World Lines, Phys. Rev. D 23, 2218 (1981); with N. Mukunda and J. Goldberg.

  253. Discrete States Buried in the Continuum. Field Theory, Quantization and Statistical Physics, E. Tirapegui (ed.), Reidel Pub. Co. (1981), pp. 237-245.

  254. Evolution, Symmetry and Canonical Structure in Dynamics, Phys. Rev. D 23, 2189 (1981); with N. Mukunda, A. P. Balachandran, J. S. Nilsson and F. Zaccaria.

  255. Form of Relativistic Dynamics with World Lines, Phys. Rev. D 23, 2210 (1981); with N. Mukunda.

  256. Massless Particles of High Spin. Phys. Rev. D 24, 1591 (1981).

  257. Quantum Theory of Radiative Transfer. Phys. Rev. A 23, 2802 (1981).

  258. Relativistically Interacting Particles and World Lines, Phys. Rev. D 23, 2231 (1981); with J. Goldberg and N. Mukunda.

  259. Representations and Properties of Para-Bose Oscillator Operators II. Coherent States and the Minimum Uncertainty States, J. Math. Phys. 22, 78 (1981); with N. Mukunda, J. K. Sharma and C. L. Mehta.

  260. Strong Coupling Transmutation of Yukawa Theory, Phys. Lett. B 103, 371 (1981); with C. C. Chiang and C. B. Chiu.

  261. Unified Field Theory: A Search for Unity in Diversity, Paper presented at the Asian/ Pacific American Heritage Week, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. (1981).

  262. 1982

  263. Can Proton Decay be Rotated Away? Phys. Lett. B 113, 165 (1982); with S. Nandi and A. Stern.

  264. Corrections to Primordial Nucleosynthesis, Proc. of Telemark Neutrino Conference, Wisconsin (1982); with D. Dicus, E. Kolb, A. Gleeson, V. Teplitz and Turner.

  265. Dirac Positive-Energy Wave Equation with Par-Bose Internal Variables. Phys. Rev. D 25, 3237 (1982); with N. Mukunda and C. C. Chiang.

  266. Dirac's New Relativistic Wave Equation in Interaction with an Electro-magnetic Field. Proc. Roy. Soc. A 379, 103 (1982); with N. Mukunda and C. C. Chiang.

  267. Equivalence of the Four-point Interaction and the Yukawa Interaction: A Boson Model. Phys. Rev. D 26, 2092 (1982); with C. C. Chiang, C. B. Chiu and X. Tata.

  268. Equivalence of the Four-point Interaction and the Yukawa Interaction: II. A Fermion Model. Phys. Rev. D 26, 2114 (1982); with X. Tata, C. B. Chiu and C. C. Chiang.

  269. Evolution of the Mind, Journal of Time, Space and Knowledge pp 5-30 (1982)

  270. An Indian Amongst the Chiefs. Discussion at Raja Rao's residence on April 9, 1983.

  271. Indian Atomism . Seminar talk at University of Pennsylvania Dept. of Asian Studies (published in a collection).

  272. Is the QCD Gluon a Composite Object? Phys. Rev. D 25, 1136 (1982); with C. B. Chiu, C. C. Chiang and X. Tata.

  273. An Operator Approach to the Strong Coupling Transmutation of a Yukawa Interaction. Nuclear Phys. B 204, 306 (1982); with C. C. Chiang, C. B. Chiu and X. Tata.

  274. Phenomenological Implications of the Existence of Conjugate Families on the V-A Structure of Weak Interactions. Phys. Rev. D 26, 2522 (1982); with S. Nandi and A. Stern.

  275. Primordial Nucleosynthesis Including Radiative, Coulomb and Finite Temperature Corrections to Weak Rates. Phys. Rev. D 26, 2694 (1982); with D. A. Dicus. E. Kolb, A. Gleeson, V. Teplitz and Turner.

  276. Relativistic-Particle Interactions| A Third World View. Il Nuovo Cimento 67A, 121 (1982); with A. Balachandran, G. Marmo, N. Mukunda, J. Nilsson, A. Simoni and F. Zaccaria.

  277. Renormalization Group and Compositeness in Quantum Field Theory. Physica A 114, 176 (1982); with C. C Chiang, C. B. Chiu and X. Tata.

  278. Separability in Relativistic Hamiltonian Particle Dynamics. Phys. Rev. D 26, 3492 (1982); with A. Balachandran, D. Dominici, G. Marmo, N. Mukunda, J. Nilsson, J. Samuel and F. Zaccaria.

  279. Structure of Proton Decay in SO( n) Family Unification. Phys. Rev. D 26, 1653 (1982); with S. Nandi and A. Stern.

  280. The Time Scale for Quantum Zeno Paradox and Proton Decay. Phys. Lett. B 117, 34 (1982); with B. Misra and C. B. Chiu.

  281. 1983

  282. An Exactly Solvable Quantum Field Theory in Three Dimensions, J. Math. Phys. 24, 1810 (1983); with Xerxes Tata.

  283. Faces of Joy: Perspective on the Ten Incarnations, Sweden, April 1982

  284. Forms of Relativistic Dynamics with Worldline Condition and Separability, Found. of Phys. 13, 385 (1983); with N. Mukunda.

  285. "The Hot Electron". Recent Trends in Theoretical Physics, L. Kothari, U. Bhasin and S. Tewari (eds.), Macmillan India Ltd. (1983).

  286. Monopole Topology and the Problem of Color. Phys. Rev. Lett. 50, 1553 (1983); with A. Balachandran, G. Marmo, N. Mukunda, J. Nilsson and F. Zaccaria.

  287. Paraxial-Wave Optics and Relativistic Front Description I. The Scalar Theory. Phys. Rev. A 28, 2921 (1983); with Simon and N. Mukunda.

  288. Paraxial-Wave Optics and Relativistic Front Description II. The Vector Theory. Phys. Rev. A 28, 2933 (1983); with Mukunda and Simon.

  289. "Sindur and Symmetry". Darshan, No. 5, August 1983. (Publication of the Indian Consulate.)

  290. Spontaneously Broken Supersymmetry and Poincare Invariance. Phys. Lett. B 123, 308 (1983); with X. R. Tata and J. M. Schechter.

  291. Universal Unfolding of Hamiltonian Systems: From Symplectic Structure to Fiber Bundles. Phys. Rev. D 27, 2327 (1983); with F. Zaccaria, J. S. Nilsson, N. Mukunda, G. Marmo and A. P. Balachandran.

  292. 1984

  293. Generalized Rays in First Order Optics: Transformation Properties of Gaussian Schell-Model Fields, Phys. Rev. A 29, 3273 (1984); with R. Simon and N. Mukunda.

  294. Inaugural Remarks at the Silver Jubilee Workshop, I. I. T., Kanpur, India (November 1984).

  295. Natural Law. Proceedings of 1983 Theoretical Physics Meeting at Amalfi (May 6-7, 1983), Dell'Universit? a Degli Studi Di Salerno, Italy (1984).

  296. Nonabelian Monopoles Break Color I: Classical Mechanics, Phys. Rev. D 29, 2919 (1984); with A. P. Balachandran, G. Marmo, N. Mukunda, J. Nilsson and F. Zaccaria.

  297. Nonabelian Monopoles Break Color II: Field Theory and Quantum Mechanics, Phys. Rev. D 29, 2936 (1984); with A. P. Balachandran, G. Marmo, N. Mukunda, J. Nilsson and F. Zaccaria.

  298. The Particle Physics Kaleidoscope. Presented at the Silver Jubilee Workshop, I. I. T., Kanpur, India (November 1984).

  299. Relativistic Particle Dynamics - Lagrangian Proof of the No-Interaction Theorem, Phys. Rev. D 30, 2110 (1984); with G. Marmo and N. Mukunda.

  300. Unified Geometrical Approach to Relativistic Particle Dynamics, Jour. Math. Phys. 25, 167 (1984); with A. P. Balachandran, G. Marmo, N. Mukunda, J. Nilsson, R. Simoni and F. Zacarria.

  301. 1985

  302. Anisotropic Gaussian Schell-model beams: Passage through optical systems and associated invariants (with Simon and Mukunda). Phys. Rev. A 31, 2419 (1985).

  303. Factorization Theorem for Decaying Spinning Particles, Phys. Lett. B 154, 79 (1985); with D. A. Dicus and X. Tata. .

  304. Fourier Optics for the Maxwell Field-Formalism and Applications, Jour. of Optical Soc. America A, 2, 416 (1985); with N. Mukunda and Simon..

  305. Global Aspects of Indian Culture. Paper presented at the Festival of India Symposium, Smith-sonian Institute (June 1985) and published in the Kovalam Conference Proceedings.

  306. "The Indian Scientist" Some Reflections; with S. Mahajan. May 1985.

  307. Mid-Century Adventures in Particle Physics. Proc. Fermilab Conference, May 1-4, 1985.

  308. Paraxial Maxwell beams: Transformation by general linear optical systems, J. Opt. Soc. Am. A 2, 416 (1985); with N. Mukunda and R. Simon.

  309. The Peryton and the Ants; with Tony Rothman. Frontiers of Modern Physics, Tony Rothman et al. (eds.), General Publishing Company, Toronto, Canada (1985), pp. 131-154.

  310. Realization of First Order Optical Systems Using Thin Lenses, Optica Acta 32, 855 (1985); with N. Mukunda and R. Simon.

  311. Tradition and Technology. Sent to R. Krishna, Washington, D. C., May 1985. Published in premier issue of INDIA, June 1985.

  312. 1986

  313. 300 Years of Newton's Principia, Keynote address at the 300th Anniversary of Newton's Prin-cipia Symposium, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Sept. 1986.

  314. Gaussian-Maxwell beams, J. Opt. Soc. Am. A 3, 536 (1986); with R. Simon and N. Mukunda.

  315. "Heirs to Two Worlds". Quantum Field Theory, F. Manicini (ed.), Elsevier Science Pub., Amsterdam (1986), pp. 659-665.

  316. Light and Group Theory. Proc. Symposium "Symmetries in Science II", B. Gruber and R. Lenczewski (eds.), Plenum Pub. Corp. (1986), pp. 483-492.

  317. Quantum Measurement and Dynamical Maps. From SU(3) to Gravity (Festschrift in honor of Yuval Ne'eman), E. Gotsman and G. Tauber (eds.), Cambridge University Press (1986), p. 433.

  318. Substance and Process in Contemporary Physical Science. Nikkam Memorial Lecture, Institute of World Culture, Bangalore, India (1986).

  319. The Three Faces of Maxwells Equation. Pramana 27, 1-18 (1986).

  320. Three Perspectives on Light. Progress in Quantum Field Theory, H. Ezawa and S. Kamefuchi (eds.), Elsevier Science Pub., Amsterdam (1986).

  321. Unfolding, Fibre Bundles, Color Breaking and Gauge Invariance, Physics Reports 137, 93-108 (1986).

  322. Zero Energy Modes, Charge Conjugation and Fermion Number, Phys. Rev. D 33, 1830 (1986); with U. A. Yajnik.

  323. 1987

  324. Classical Models for Regge Trajectories; with L. Biedenharn, H. van Dam G. Marmo, G. Morandi, N. Mukunda and J. Samuel. Int. J. Mod. Phys. 2, 1567-89 (1987).

  325. Cross-Polarization in Laser Beams; with R. Simon and N. Mukunda. Applied Optics 26, 1589 (1987).

  326. Dynamical Maps and Non-Negative Phase-Space Distribution Functions in Quantum Mechanics; with R. Jagannathan, R. Simon and R. Vasudevan. Phys. Lett. A 120, 161 (1987).

  327. Editor; with K. Srinivasa Rao and R. Sridhar. Recent Developments in Theoretical Physics, World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore (1987).

  328. Gaussian Wigner Distributions: A Complete Characterization; with R. Simon and N. Mukunda. Phys. Lett. A 124, 223-228 (1987).

  329. Gaussian-Wigner Distributions in Quantum Mechanics and Optics; with R. Simon and N. Mukunda. Phys. Rev. A 36, 3868 (1987).

  330. In Search of Schrödinger. Science Today, Bombay, India (Aug. 15, 1987), pp. 20-42.

  331. Quantum Phases in Classical Optics. Recent Developments in Theoretical Physics, E. C. G. Sudarshan, K. Srinivasa Rao and R. Sridhar (eds.), World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore (1987), pp. 129-134.

  332. What are the Building Blocks of Nature? Of What is the World Made? Proc. of the Workshop on Recent Trends in Theoretical Nuclear Physics, K. Srinivasa Rao (ed.), Institute of Mathe-matical Sciences 1987, MacMillan India Ltd., Madras, India (1987), pp. 125-128.

  333. 1988

  334. The Altered Relation of Man to the Universe (Benjamin Bailey Memorial Lectures 1985), George Sudarshan Centre, Kottayan, Kerala, India (1988), pp. 1-38.

  335. Configuration Space Topoplogy and Quantum Internal Symmetries; with Tom D. Imbo and T. R. Govindarajan. Phys. Lett. B 213, 471-76 (1988).

  336. Education towards Reshaping Destiny. Convocation Address at the 130th Convocation of Madras University. "The Theosophist", Madras, India (1988), pp. 307-310.

  337. The Emergence of Stereotypes. Presented at the Second Asian-Jewish Colloquium in Hong Kong in March 1987 and published in conference proceedings in 1988.

  338. Evolving Geometric Phase and its Dynamical Manifestation as a Frequency Shift: An Optical Experiment; with R. Simon and H. J. Kimble. Phys. Rev. Lett. 61, 19 (1988).

  339. Families of Bose Rays in Quantum Optics; with N. Mukunda and R. Simon, Found. of Physics 18, 277 (1988) (Schrodinger issue).

  340. Gaussian Pure States in Quantum Mechanics and the Symplectic Group; with R. Simon and N. Mukunda. Phys. Rev. A 37, 3028 (1988).

  341. Indian Metaphysics. Talk at Academy for Philosophy of Sciences, Cesna, Italy, May 23, 1988. Published in Epistemologia 11, 153-158 (1988).

  342. Inequivalent Quantizations and Fundamentally Perfect Spaces, with Tom Imbo. Phys. Rev. Lett. 60, 481 (1988).

  343. Inequivalent quantizations and representations of discrete groups, with Tom D. Imbo and Chandni Shah Imbo, Ann. Inst. Poincare (1988).

  344. On the Orbits in the Lie Algebras of Some (Pseudo) Orthogonal Groups; with N. Mukunda and R. Simon. Ind. J. Pure and Appl. Math. 19, 91-124 (1988).

  345. Partially Coherent Beams and a Generalized ABCD Law; with R. Simon and M. Mukunda. Optics Communications 65 (5), 322 (1988).

  346. Quasi-invariance and Central Extensions; with G. Marmo, G. Morandi, and A. Simoni. Phys. Rev. D 37, 2196 (1988).

  347. Semiotics in Arts, Science and Literature. Inaugural Talk at the Conference on Semiotics, Central Institute of Languages, Mysore, India (July 5, 1988).

  348. Topological and Algebraic Aspects of Quantization: Symmetries and Statistics; with Tom Imbo and Chandni Imbo. Ann. Inst. Henri Poincare 49, 387-96 (1988).

  349. 1989

  350. Comment on a Paper by Rindani and Sivakumar; with C. R. Hagen. Phys. Rev. D 439, 3176 (1989).

  351. Hamilton's Theory of Turns and a New Geometrical Representation for Polarization Optics; with R. Simon and N. Mukunda. Pramana J. Phy. 32, 769-792 (1989).

  352. Hamilton's Theory of Turns Generalized to SU(1,1), with R. Simon and N. Mukunda. Phys. Rev. Lett. 62, 1331-1334 (1989)

  353. India Festival. Austin, 8 April 1989.

  354. Inequivalent Quantization in Multiply-Connected Space; with P. A. Horvathy and G. Morandi. Il Nuovo Cim. 20, 201 (1989).

  355. Nehru's Dream of Science; with S. Mahajan. Published as "Dreams Die First". The Illustrated Weekly of India (August 20, 1989), pp. 42-45. Reprinted in Mainstream in India.

  356. Quantum Theory of Magnetic Electron Lenses Based on the Dirac Equation; with R. Jagan-nathan, R. Simon and N. Mukunda. Phys. Lett. A 134, 457 (1989).

  357. The Sense in which a "Weak Measurement" of a Spin-1/ 2 Particle's Spin Component Yields a Value 100; with I. Duck and P. Stevenson. Phys. Rev. D 40, 2112 (1989).

  358. Spectrum of Jp = 2+ Mesons, with S. Bose. Phys. Rev. Lett 62, 1445 (1989).

  359. The Theory of Screws: A New Geometric Representation for the Group SU( 1,1); with R. Simon and N. Mukunda. J. Math Phys. 30, 1000 (1989).

  360. Topology and Quantum Internal Symmetries in Nonlinear Field Theories. Geometrical and Algebraic Aspects of Nonlinear Field Theory, S. DeFilippo, M. Marinaro, G. Marmo and G. Vilasi (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, North Holland (1989), pp. 219-227.

  361. Topology, Quantum Theory and Dynamics . Proc. 3rd Int. Symp. Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Tokyo (1989), pp. 62-69.

  362. 1990

  363. Comment on "Gauge Invariance in Chern-Simons Theory on a Torus" ; with C. R. Hagen. Phys. Rev. Lett. 64, 1690 (1990).

  364. Complex Static Solutions and Wave Solutions to (2 + 1)-dimensional Topologically Massive Gauge Theories; with C. H. Oh and L. C. Sia. Phys. Lett. B 248, 295-298 (1990).

  365. Conserved Currents in Weak Interactions; with R. E. Marshak. Frontiers of Physics (Proc. of The Landau Memorial Conference, Tel Aviv, Israel, 6-10 June 1988), E. Gotsman, Y. Ne'eman and A. Voronel (eds.), Pergamon Press, Oxford (1990), pp. 169-182.

  366. Decay and Evolution of the Neutral Kaon; with C. B. Chiu. Phys. Rev. D 42, 3712-23 (1990).

  367. Identical Particles, Exotic Statistics and Braid Groups ; with Tom D. Imbo and Chandni S. Imbo. Phys. Lett. B 234, 103 (1990).

  368. Patterns in the Universe. Talk given at San Francisco Conference, Feb. 1990.

  369. The Quantum Envelope of a Classical System. Proc. of symposium to honor Susumu Okubo "From Symmetries to Strings: 40 Years of Rochester Conferences", May 4-5, 1990, Rochester, NY.

  370. Space-time Aspects in Vedanta. Invited paper given at the International Conference on Vedanta at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio (April 5-8, 1990).

  371. Topology of Configuration Space and Quantizations. Quantum Coherence, Jeeva S. Anandan (ed.), World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore (1990), pp. 309-319.

  372. 1991

  373. Chirality Invariance and the Universal V-A Theory of Weak Interactions; with R. E. Marshak. Frontier Physics: Essays in Honour of Jayme Tiomno, World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore (1991), pp. 18-42. See also A Gift of Prophecy, E. C. G. Sudarshan (ed.), World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore (1995), pp. 516-532.

  374. Kinematics and Kinetics (Section for Encyclopedia of Physics), R. G. Lerner and G. L. Trigg, (eds.), VCH Publishers, Inc., New York (1991), pp. 598-601.

  375. Knowledge, Process, Wisdom. Science and Wisdom, 1990 Meeting Int. Acad. Phil. Scie., E. Agazzi (ed.), Universitaetsverlag Freiburg, Switzerland (1991), pp. 119-126.

  376. Measurement Theory, Theory. Proc. Santa Fe Conference on Foundations of Quantum Mechanics. Santa Fe, New Mexico. pg 148-156 (1991)

  377. Measurement-Damped Oscillations; with Thomas Jordan and P. Valanju. Phys. Rev. A 44, 3340 (1991).

  378. Probability Distributions Over Noncommuting Variables. Proc. Stochastic Processes and their Applications, M. J. Beckmann, M. N. Gopalan and R. Subramanian (eds.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, Germany (1991), pp. 69-81.

  379. Rays and Phases in Quantum Mechanics; with Luis J. Boya. Foundations of Physics Lett. 4, 283 (1991).

  380. Science and Spirit - A Physicist's View. Science and Spirit, Ravi Ravindra (ed.), ICUS, New York (1991), pp. 375-379.

  381. The Structure of Quantum Dynamical Semigroups. Special Issue in Honour of Prof. S. K. Srinivasan, J. Math. Phy. Sci. 25 (5 & 6), 573 (1991).

  382. The Two-Slit Interferometer Reexamined; with Tony Rothman. A. J. Phys. 59, 592 (1991).

  383. 1992

  384. Cascade Model: A Solvable Field Theory; with C. B. Chiu and G. Bhamathi. Phys. Rev. D 46, 3508 (1992).

  385. A Group Theoretic Treatment of the Geometric Phase; with J. Anandan and T. R. Govindarajan. Phys. Lett. A 164, 133-137 (1992).

  386. Hamiltonian Model for the Higgs Resonance; with C. B. Chiu and G. Bhamathi. Phys. Rev. D 45, 884 (1992).

  387. Nature and Function of Matter. Prakrti, The Integral Vision, Vol. 4, "The Nature of Matter", New Delhi (1997), pp. 21-18 (Proc. of Workshop on "Bhutas: The Nature of Matter", IUCCA, Pune, India (August 1992)).

  388. Quantum Dynamics, Metastable States and Contractive Semigroups. Phys. Rev. A 46, 37 (1992).

  389. Simply no hidden variables; with Thomas Jordan. Am. J. Phys. 59, 698 (1992).

  390. 1993

  391. Analytic Continuation of Quantum Systems and Their Temporal Evolution; with Chiu. Phys. Rev. D 47, 2602 (1993).

  392. Bridging Two Cultures. Invited paper presented at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Wash-ington, DC, May 1993.

  393. Diagonal Harmonious State Representations. Int. J. Theor. Phys. 32, 1069 (1993).

  394. A New Interpretation of Bell's Inequalities; with Tony Rothman. Int. J. Theor. Phys. 32, 1077 (1993).

  395. Science as a Fine Art. Address at the Special Convocation of the Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin, India, 18 December 1992. J. S.& I. R., Vol. 52, 65-67 (1993).

  396. Uncertainty Relations, Zero Point Energy and the Linear Canonical Group. Proc. of Second International Workshop on Squeezed States and Uncertainty Relations, Moscow (25-29 May 1992), NASA Conference Publication 3219; D. Han, Y. S. Kim, V. I. Man'ko (eds.), Greenbelt, Md. (1993), pp. 241-250.

  397. 1994

  398. Aspects of Indian Culture in Relation to Science. Indian Horizons 43, 1 (1994).

  399. A Basis-Free Approach to Time-Reversal for Symmetry Groups; with L. C. Biedenharn. Pra-mana Journal of Physics 43, 255 (1994).

  400. Coherence and Chaos. Proc. Coherent States, Past, Present and Future, World Scientific Publishing Company (1994), pp. 515-524.

  401. Complex Measures and Amplitudes, Generalized Stochastic Processes and Their Applications to Quantum Mechanics; with S. K. Srinivasan. J. Phys. A 27, 517 (1994).

  402. Editor, A Gift of Prophecy - Essays in Celebration of the Life of Robert Eugene Marshak, World Scientific Pub. Co., Singapore (1994).

  403. In Memory of Professor Asim Barut. Proc. INFN Eloisatron Project 27th Workshop, Erice, Italy (June 1994).

  404. Origin of the Universal V-A Theory; with R. E. Marshak. In proceedings "50 Years of Weak Interactions", Wingspread Conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (1984), pp. 1-15; and in AIP Conference Proceedings 300 "Discovery of Weak Neutral Currents: the Weak Interaction Before and After", A. K. Mann and D. B. Cline (eds.), AIP, New York (1994), pp. 110-124.

  405. Perturbation Theory on Generalized Quantum Mechanical Systems; with Charles B. Chiu and G. Bhamathi. Physica A 202, 540 (1994).

  406. Quantum Dynamics in Dual Spaces. Phys. Rev. A 50, 2006 (1994).

  407. Scattering of Unstable Particles. Proc. Walifest - MRST15, New Directions in the Application of Symmetry Principles to Elementary Particle Physics, Joseph Schechter (ed.), World Scientific Pub. Co., Singapore (1994), pp. 262-269.

  408. Scattering Theory for the Quantum Envelope of a Classical System. Invited lecture at Conference in Honor of I. Bialynicki-Birula in Warsaw, Poland, October 28, 1993. Acta Physica Polonica A 85, 725 (1994).

  409. 1995

  410. "Beyond Immutability: The Birth and Death of Elementary Particles". Cosmic Beginnings and Human Ends, Clifford N. Matthews and Roy Abraham Varghese (eds.), Open Court Publishing Co., Chicago (1995), pp. 77-85.

  411. Bose's Dynamic Derivation of Radiation Field at Finite Temperature. S. N. Bose Lecture in Bose and 20th Century Physics - Proceedings (1995), Partha Ghose (ed.).

  412. Comment on "Operator Algebra in Chern-Simons Theory on a Torus" ; with C. R. Hagen. Phys. Rev. Lett. 74, 1032 (1995).

  413. Complex Frequencies, Analytic Continuation and Equivalent Spectra in Generalized Quantum Theory. Int. J. Theor. Phys. 34, 971 (1995).

  414. Generalized Uncertainty Relations and Characteristic Invariants for the Multimode States; with Charles B. Chiu and G. Bhamathi. Phys. Rev. A 52 (1), 43 (1995).

  415. Groups as Dynamical Models. Foundations of Physics 25, 637 (1995).

  416. Invariants and Uncertainties. Selected Topics in Mathematical Physics (Vasudevan Memorial Volume), R. Sridhar, K. Srinivasa Rao and Vasudevan Lakshminaryanan (eds.), Allied Publishers Limited, New Delhi (1995), pp. 294-302.

  417. Shift Operators and Coherent States in Nonlinear Dynamics. Proc. INFN Eloisatron Project 27th Workshop "Quantum-Like MOdels and Coherent Effects", R. Fedele and P. K. Shukla (eds.), World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore (1995), pp. 177-180.

  418. Theory of the Neutral Kaon System; with Charles B. Chiu. A Gift of Prophecy, E. C. G. Sudarshan (ed.), World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore (1995), pp. 81-106.

  419. Time Reversal for Systems with Internal Symmetry; with L. C. Biedenharn. Foundations of Physics 25, 139 (1995).

  420. Witnessing Awareness: Nature of Creativity. Proc. Absolute Values and the Unity of the Sci-ences: The Origin and Human Responsibility, Commemoratiave Volume of the XX International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences, ICUS XX, Seoul, Korea (1995), pp. 151-152.

  421. 1996

  422. A Direct Derivation of the Dirac Equation via Quaternion Measures; with S. K. Srinivasan. J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 29, 5181 (1996).

  423. Double Resonances and Jordan Block Spectra; with G. Bhamathi. Int. J. Mod. Phys. B 1. (13 &14), 1531 (1996).

  424. Perspectives and Perceptions: Causality and Unpredictability. Samanvaya, MAEER's MIT (Pub.), Puna, India (1996), pp. 21-28.

  425. Point Interactions from Flux Conservation; with Luis J. Boya. Int. J. Theor. Phys. 35, 1063 (1996).

  426. Quantum Scattering Theory in the Light of an Exactly Solvable Model with Rearrangement Collisions; with S. Varma. J. Math. Phys. 37, 1668 (1996).

  427. Weak Decoherence and Quantum Trajectory Graphs; with Eric Chisolm and Thomas F. Jordan. Int. J. Theor. Phys. 35, 485 (1996).

  428. 1997

  429. Concept of Time in Indian Tradition, Endowment Lectures at Viswa Bharati University, Shan-tiniketan, Calcutta, India (1997) [No manuscript available].

  430. f-Oscillators and Nonlinear Coherent States; with V. I. Man'ko, G. Marmo, and F. Zaccaria. Physica Scripta 55, 528 (1997).

  431. Relativistic Hamiltonian Model for Higgs Resonance; with C. B. Chiu and G. Bhamathi. Proc. of Workshop in Honor of E. C. G. Sudarshan's 60th Birthday, Z. Naturforsch. 52a (1, 2), 140 (1997).

  432. Unstable Systems in Generalized Quantum Theory; with Charles B. Chiu and G. Bhamathi. Advances in Chemical Physics XCIX, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (1997), pp. 121-210.

  433. Wigner's Problem and Alternative Commutation for Quantum Mechanics; with V. I. Man'ko, G. Marmo, and F. Zaccaria. Int. J. Mod. Phy. B 11(10), 1281 (1997).

  434. 1998

  435. SU(3) Revisited; with M. S. Byrd. J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 31, 9255 (1998).

  436. Doubt and Certainty; with Tony Rothman. Perseus Books, New York (1998). [BOOK]

  437. Exotic Representations of the Isotropic Harmonic Oscillator; with L. J. Boya, Eric Chisolm, and S. M. Mahajan. Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 13(19), 3347 (1998).

  438. Pauli and the Spin-Statistics Theorem; with Ian Duck. World Scientific, Singapore (1998). [BOOK]

  439. Toward an Understanding of the Spin-Statistics Theorem; with Ian Duck. Am. J. Phys. 66(4), 284 (1998).

  440. The Vacuum in Quantum Optics. Annales de la Fondation Louis de Broglie 23, 161 (1998). Written for The Vacuum, the Fourth State of Matter, E. Gunzig (ed.).

  441. 1999

  442. On the relation between Schrodinger and von Neumann equations, with V. I. Man'ko, G. Marmo, F. Zaccaria. J. Russ. Laser Res. 20, 421 (1999).

  443. Probability and Quantum Dynamics. Festschrift fuer Prof. H. Primas in On Quanta, Mind and Matter, H. Atmanspacher (ed.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht (1999), pp. 167-192.

  444. Purification of Impure Density Operators and the Recovery of Entanglements; with V. I. Man'ko, G. Marmo, F. Zaccaria. E-print arXiv:quant-ph/9910080.

  445. 2000

  446. Inner Composition Law of Pure States as a Purification of Impure States; with V. I. Man'ko, G. Marmo, F. Zaccaria. Phys. Lett. A 273, 31 (2000).

  447. Inner Composition Law of Pure-Spin States; with V. I. Man'ko, G. Marmo, F. Zaccaria. Spin-Statistics Connection and Commutation Relations, R. C. Hilborn and G. M. Tino (eds.), A. I. P. (2000), pp. 92-97.

  448. Photon Distribution in Nonlinear Coherent States; with R. Lopez-Pena, V. I. Man'ko, G. Marmo, and F. Zaccaria. J. Russ. Laser Res. 21, 305 (2000).

  449. Quantum Zeno Dynamics; with P. Facchi, V. Gorini, G. Marmo, S. Pascazio. Phys. Lett. A 275, 12 (2000).

  450. Robert Eugene Marshak - Biographical Memoirs, Proc. of the American Philosophical Society 144(3), 320 (2000).

  451. Rotational Invariance, the Spin-Statistics Connection and the TCP Theorem. Spin-Statistics Connection and Commutation Relations, R. C. Hilborn and G. M. Tino (eds.), AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 545, Melville, NY (2000), pp. 40-54.

  452. A Scientific Way of Life. The Vedanta Kesari, Chennai, India (2000), pp. 577-579.

  453. 2001

  454. Causality and Grace. Thoughts on Synthesis of Science and Religion, Srila Prabhupada Birth Centenary Volume, T. D. Singh and S. Bandyopadhyay (eds.), The Bhaktivedanta Institute, Calcutta, India (2001), pp. 175-180.

  455. Hidden Variables or Positive Probabilities?; with Tony Rothman. Int. J. Theor. Phys. 40(3), 1525 (2001).

  456. 2002

  457. Generalized Euler angle parametrization for SU(N), with Todd Tilma. J. Phys. A: Math. Gen 35, 10467-10501 (2002)

  458. Generalized Quantum Field Theory; with Luis J. Boya. Proc. of the XXI Solvay Conference (Nara, Japan, Nov. 1998) Dynamical Systems and Irreversibility: A Special Volume of Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 122, I. Antoniou (ed.), John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2002), pp. 277-286.

  459. My Research as My Sadhana. Faith in the Age of Uncertainty, Sima Sharma (ed.), Indialog Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India (2002), pp. 68-72.

  460. One Quest, One Knowledge. Science and the Spiritual Quest, W. M. Richardson et al. (eds.), Routledge, London (2002), pp. 247-252.

  461. A parametrization of bipartite systems based on SU(4) Euler angles, with Todd Tilma and Mark Byrd. J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 35, 10455-10465 (2002)

  462. Varieties of experimental knowledge, Presented at the Center for Philosophy and Foundations of Science, New Delhi, India, December 2002

  463. 2003

  464. Chairmans Remarks: Science and Technology, Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, New Delhi, India, January 9, 2003

  465. Evolution and decoherence in finite level systems, with . Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 16, 369-379 (2003)

  466. The Geometry of Density States, Positive Maps and Tomograms, with V. I. Man'ko, G. Marmo and F. Zaccaria.

  467. Higher spin fields and non-holonomic constraints, with . Foundations of Physics 33 (5), 707 (2003).

  468. Non-relativistic Proofs of the Spin-Statistics Connection, with Anil Shaji. ArXiv quant-ph/0306033 (2003).

  469. Physical World as an Embodiment of Dharma. Presented at the DANAM conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21, 2003.

  470. The Promise of Quantum Computing, Current Science 84 (4) 504 (2003).

  471. Quantum Semigroups for Quantum Stochastic Maps, presented at the International Conference on Open Systems, Torun, Poland, June 2003.

  472. Relation between Rigid Body Motion, Isotopic Cones, and Spinors, with Luis J. Boya. Foundations of Physics, Submitted, August 03 (2003).

  473. Role of Pure Science in National Development, Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, New Delhi, India, January 9, 2003.

  474. Spin and Statistics in Non-relativistic Quantum Theory. Colloquium at Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, October 2003.

  475. Structure and Parametrization of Stochastic Maps of Density Matrices, with Anil Shaji. J. Phys. A. 36, 5073-5081 (2003)

  476. Substance and Process in Physics. Presented at State University of North Carolina, November 2003.

  477. Time as a Dynamical Variable, G. Bhamathi, Phys. Lett. A 317, 359 (2003).

  478. 2004

  479. From Classical to Quantum Mechanics [BOOK], With G. Esposito and G. Marmo, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. (2004).

  480. Dynamics of initially entangled open quantum systems, with Thomas Jordan, Anil Shaji. Physical Review A 70, 052110 (2004)

  481. Entanglement and Probability Representation of Quantum States and Tomographic Criterion of Separability, with V. I. Man'ko, G. Marmo and F. Zaccaria. J. Optics B: Quantum Optics 6, 172 (2004).

  482. Generalized Euler angle parameterization for U(N) with applications to SU(N) coset volume measures, with Todd Tilma. Journal of Geometry and Physics 52, 263-283 (2004)

  483. The Geometry of Dynamical Maps for Quantum States, Current Geometry 2004, Santo Stefano del Sol, Avillino, Italy, June 17, 2004.

  484. Life, Mind and Consciousness: A Physicist's View, Presented at Symposium on Life, Mind and Consciousness, Kolkota, India, 17-18 January, 2004.

  485. Non-Violence and Mahatma Gandhi, Panel Discussion at the World Parliament of Religion, Barcelona, Span, July 2004.

  486. Positive maps of density matrix and a tomographic criterion of entanglement, with Manko, V. I., Marmo, G. and Zaccaria, F.. Physics Lett. A 327, 353-364 (2004)

  487. Zeno Dynamics with Constraints, with P. Facchi, G. Marmo, S. Pascazio and A. Scardicchio. J. Optics B: Quantum Optics 6, S492 (2004).

  488. 2005

  489. Differential geometry of density states, with V. I. Manko, G. Marmo and F. Zaccaria. Rep. Math. Phys. 55, 405-421 (2005)

  490. Partial positive scaling transform: a separability criterion, with Olga V. Manko, V. I. Manko, G. Marmo, Anil Shaji, F. Zaccaria. Phys. Lett. A. 339, 194-206 (2005)

  491. Who's afraid of not comletely positive maps?, with Anil Shaji. Phys. Lett. A 341, 48-54 (2005)

  492. Dynamics of Two Qubits:Decoherence and an Entanglement Optimization Protocol, with Cesar A. Rodriguez-Rosario and Anil Shaji. ArXiv quant-ph/0504051 (2005)

  493. Relation Between Rigid-Body Motion, Isotropic Cones, and Spinors, with Luis J. Boya. Foundations of Physics Letters 18, 53-63 (2005)

  494. 2006

  495. Mapping the Schrodinger picture of open quantum dynamics, with Thomas Jordan and Anil Shaji. Phys. Rev. A 73, 012106 (2006)

  496. Maps for Lorentz transformations of spin, with Thomas Jordan and Anil Shaji. Phys. Rev. A 73, 032104 (2006)

  497. On the meaning and interpretation of tomography in abstract Hilbert spaces, with V.I. Manko, G. Marmo, A. Simoni, A. Stern, F. Ventriglia. Phys. Lett. A. 351, 1-12 (2006)

  498. Does the uncertainty relation determine the quantum state?, with Olga V. Manko, V.I. Manko, G. Marmo, F. Zaccaria, Phys. Lett. A. 357, 255-260 (2006)

  499. 2007

  500. One qubit almost completely reveals the dynamics of two, with Thomas Jordan and Anil Shaji. Phys. Rev. A 76, 012101 (2007)

  501. Entanglement increase from local interactions and not completely positive maps, with Thomas Jordan and Anil Shaji. Phys. Rev. A 76, 022102 (2007)

  502. How state preparation can affect a quantum experiment: Quantum process tomography for open systems, with A. Kuah, K. Modi, C. A. Rodriguez-Rosario. Phys. Rev. A 76, 042113 (2007)

  503. The Spin-Statistics Theorem in Arbitrary Dimensions, with Luis J. Boya. International Journal of Theoretical Physics 46, 3285-3293 (2007)

  504. 2008

  505. Generalized tomographic maps, with M. Asorey, P. Facchi, V.I. Manko, G. Marmo, S. Pascazio. Phys. Rev. A 77, 042115 (2008)

  506. Geometry of depolarizing channels, with Kuldeep Dixit. Phys. Rev. A 78, 032308 (2008)

  507. Non-Markovian Open Quantum Systems, with Cesar A. Rodriguez-Rosario. ArXiv quant-ph/0803.1183 (2008)

  508. Markov approximations encounter map domains: A hazard of open quantum dynamics, with Thomas Jordan and Anil Shaji. Phys. Rev. A 77, 032104 (2008)

  509. Relaxation phenomena in a system of two harmonic oscillators, with Antonia Chimonidou. Phys. Rev. A 77, 032121 (2008)

  510. Completely Positive Maps and Classical Correlations, with Cesar Rodriguez-Rosario, Kavan Modi, Aik-meng Kuah, Anil Shaji. J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 41 205301 (2008)

  511. A tomographic setting for quasi-distribution functions, with V.I. Manko, G. Marmo, A. Simoni, and F. Ventriglia. Repts. Math. Phys. 61, 337-359 (2008)

  512. Wave Refraction in Left-Handed Materials, with Antonia Chimonidou. arXiv physics.optics 0810.4555 (2008)

  513. 2009

  514. Note on the natural system of units. with Luis J. Boya and Cristian Rivera. Pramana J. Phys 73, 961-968 (2009)

  515. Superposition rule and entanglement in diagonal and probability representations of density states, with V.I. Man'ko and G. Marmo. arXiv quant-ph 0902.4351v1 (2009)

  516. Extremal Channels for a general Quantum system, with Kuldeep Dixit. arXiv quant-ph 0909.3744 (2009)

  517. Dynamical Maps and Density Matrices, with M. Asorey, A. Kossakowski, and G. Marmo. Presented at Sudarshan: Seven Science Quests Symposium. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 196 (2009) 012023

  518. Happy recollections of five decades in physics. Presented at Sudarshan: Seven Science Quests Symposium, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 196 (2009) 012029

  519. 2010

  520. Role of preparation in quantum process tomography. with Kavan Modi. Phys. Rev. A 81, 052119 (2010)

  521. Classical and quantum Fisher information in the qeometrical formulation of quantum mechanics, P. Facchi, R. Kulkami, V.I. Manko, G. Marmo, and F. Ventriglia. Phys. Lett. A 374, 4801-4803 (2010)

  522. 2011

  523. Non-Markovian Open Quantum Systems: System-Environment Correlations in Dynamical Maps, with Cesar A. Rodriguez-Rosario. Int. J. Quant. Info. 9, 1617-1634 (2011)

  524. Robustness of raw quantum tomography, with M. Asorey, P. Facchi, G. Florio, V.I. Manko, G. Marmo, and S. Pascazio. Phys. Lett. A 375, 861-866 (2011)

  525. Dynamics of Interacting Classical and Quantum Systems, with D. Chruscinski, A. Kossakowski, and G. Marmo. Open Syst. Inf. Dyn. 18, 339 (2011)

  526. 2012

  527. Generalized quantum tomographic maps, with M. Asorey, P. Facchi, V.I. Manko, G. Marmo, and S. Pascazio. Phys. Scr. 85, 065001 (2012)

  528. On the tomographic description of classical fields, with A. Ibort, A. Lopez-Yela, V.I. Manko, G. Marmo, A. Simoni, and F. Ventriglia. Phys. Lett. A 376, 1417-1425 (2012)

  529. Unknown

  530. (One and Many=) Integration in Experience. 1986

  531. Archetypes and Artifacts in Physics: Experiments and Experience. Presented at the Interna-tional Academy for the Philosophy of Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden on August 8, 1991.

  532. Characterization of Completely Positive Trace Preserving Maps on MN,

  533. Comments on the First International Conference on the Vedas. The conference was held in the United Nations Building, New York, July 1993.

  534. Consciousness and Science. Ninth International Congress of Vedenta, Rishikesh, India, July 7-11, 1997.

  535. Decoherence, Purification and Entanglement, Proceedings of the XXII Solvay Conference on Physics, Greece, 2001.

  536. Deduction of Planck's Formula from Multiphoton States; with Luis J. Boya and Ian M. Duck. Submitted to Mod. Phys. Lett. A on September 28, 2000.

  537. Disorder and Creativity. Keynote address at Chaos, Order and Catastrophe Workshop in Bom-bay, India, October 5, 1987.

  538. Electromagnetic Form Factors of the Nucleon and Pion, Syracuse University Report SU-135; with J. G. Kuriyan.

  539. Epistemological Aspects of Mathematical Physics, paper presented UNESCO International Colloquium on the Role of Math. Phys. in development of Science, Paris, June 13-15, 1977. To appear in conference proceedings.

  540. Evolution of an Expatriate Religious World View: Perspectives on the Indian Diaspora. The International Conference on the Hindu Diaspora, invited paper. Montreal, Canada, August 22-23, 1997.

  541. The Festival of Onam: A Celebration of Kaivalya. Address of the Chief Guest, Joint Onam Celebration, Chicago, September 17, 1994.

  542. Geometric Relation Between Rigid Body Motion and Spinors; with Luis J. Boya.

  543. Is there any Common Ground in Practical Experience of Science and Religion? Presented at CTNS Conference in Berkeley, California. UTEXAS-HEP-98-9 preprint.

  544. Light on light: Satyendra Nath Bose's work on radiative equilibrium, Center for particle theory, Univ. of Texas at Austin, Report

  545. The Nature of Approximate Symmetries of Strongly Interacting Particles, Syracuse University report SU-13. [No manuscript available]

  546. Notes on "Indian Philosophy and Nuclear Physics". Seminar given at the University of Pennsylvania on South Asian Studies.

  547. PCT and Spin Statistics in quantum field theory. Submitted to J. Phys. A.

  548. Quantum Oscillator Coupled to Leaky Resonator. Visva Bharati University, West Bengal, India.

  549. Quantum Reality and Non-Duality, R. Puligandla Festschrift, G. Misra (ed.), in course of pub-lication by Indian Council for Philosophic Research, New Delhi, India.

  550. Quantum Theory. Comments for Commemoration Volume for Prof. Bose's 100th Birthday.

  551. Quantum Theory and Probabilities. Published.

  552. The Quest for Unity: Perspectives in Physics and Philosophy. Werner Heisenberg Colloquium, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, India, August 4-7, 1997. [No manuscript available]

  553. The Relevance of Sree Narayana Guru for Here and Now. Talk at Narayana Guru Celebration at Varkala, India (delivered in Malayalam).

  554. Rigorous Quantum Theory of Kaon Decay. Proc. The Global Foundation Conference on Unified Symmetry in the Small and in the Large, Coral Gables, Florida, January 25-27, 1993. Published by Novascience.

  555. Satyen Bose's Work on Radiative Equilibrium, Center for Theoretical Studies, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.

  556. Science and Consciousness. Plenary lecture at Mind and Consciousness 2002 Conference, IIT, Kharagpur, India (January 2002).

  557. Science and the Spiritual Quest. Physics Workshop, Berkeley, California, May 6-9, 1997.

  558. Science as Saksi Bhava. Keynote address at The 5th International Conference on Vedanta Philosophy at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio (August 1994).

  559. The Scientific Works of H. J. Bhabha. A Critical Appreciation. Published in IIT Journal.

  560. Six Lectures on Quantum Mechanics. Delivered at School of Physics, University of Hyderabad, India (December 1994).

  561. Superpositions, Coherence and Choice: Towards a Physics of Life; with J. Nilsson. Chalmers University of Technology (Goteborg, Sweden) 1982 preprint.

  562. Sweetness and Light - Perspective on Wisdom and Knowledge. Lecture at the Annual Convention, Adyar, 1988.

  563. Tachyons and the Search for an Absolute Frame. Sent to E. Recami (ed.), Tachyons and Related Topics; North Holland.

  564. Talk at Freedom Plus Fifty: Reinterpreting South Asian Independence (1998). Center for Asian Studies, University of Texas at Austin. [No manuscript available]

  565. TCP, Spin-Statistics and All That. Submitted to Int. J. Mod. Phys. (1998).

  566. Time in Physics and Time in Awareness. Talk at University of Texas informal lunch group organized by W. P. Lehman in 1989.

  567. Time in the Indian Tradition. Presented at Les Treilles Conference, July 5, 1996.

  568. What Price the Spin-Statistics Theorem; with Ian Duck. Submitted to Proc. Roy. Soc. London.

  569. Wolf's New Theory of Partial Coherence in the Space-Frequency Domain: Application to Beam Propagation Problems; with R. Simon and N. Mukunda. Published in J. Opt. Soc. Am.

  570. Unpublished

  571. Absolute Conservation Laws and Space Time Symmetries, Centre for Theoretical Studies, pre-print CTS-HE-66-5, The University of Miami; with B. Kursunoglu. Unpublished.

  572. Applications of Intense Pion Beams with Energies up to 1 Bev, University of Rochester report. Unpublished [No manuscript available].

  573. An Approach to Measurement in Quantum Mechanics, with T. N. Sherry and S. R. Gautam. Unpublished.

  574. Asymmetrical Neocortical Perception and Altered States of Awareness: Inferred Correlates and Experimental Pardigms; with A. D. Nazarea. Unpublished.

  575. Bose - Einstein Statistics. Transcript of a radio broadcast on All India Radio Madras-A on July 15, 1974. Unpublished.

  576. Bose and the Physical World. Additional Notes for the lecture "Bose and the Physical World" at Raman Research Institute (July 1974). Unpublished.

  577. Causality and Chance. Unpublished.

  578. Causality in Physics. Invited Lecture, Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, New Delhi, India, August 1992. No manuscript available.

  579. Causality, Determinism and Physics. Talk at Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, January 1998. No manuscript available.

  580. Charge Exchange in Relativistic Action-at-a-Distance; with R. Pitre. Unpublished.

  581. Coherence Indices in Quantum Optics, Syracuse University Report (1966). Unpublished.

  582. Coherence, Propogation and Fluctuations of Light: A Generalized Ray Approach; with R. Simon and N. Mukunda. Invited paper presented at "The Optical Field: A Symposium on the Coherence, Propogation and Fluctuations of Light" held in honor of Leonard Mandel and Emil Wolf at the University of Rochester, October 24, 1987. Unpublished.

  583. Concepts in Contemporary Physics. Invited Lecture, 4th International Congress of Vedanta, Miami Unversity, Oxford, Ohio, April 3, 1992. No manuscript available.

  584. Consciousness as Perspective on Scientific Theory. Unpublished.

  585. Currents, Algebras and Dynamical Systems, Contribution to the Symposium at Stony Brook (1965), Syracuse University report SU-45. Unpublished.

  586. Density Matrices and Geometric Phases for n-state Systems, with L. J. Boya, M. Byrd and M. Mims, Submitted to Journal of Physics A (1999)

  587. Discovering Unity: A Physicist's Quest. The Republic of Science: 50 Years Lecture Series 1999-2000, Tenth Lecture. Centre for Philosophy and Foundations of Science, New Delhi, India. No manuscript available.

  588. "Discovery of the Nature of Weak Interactions". Acceptance speech at the Award of the First Third World Prize in Physics, Third World Academy of Science, Trieste, Italy, Oct. 26, 1986. Unpublished.

  589. Do Sub-Poisson Photocounts Imply Nonclassical Diagonal Weights?; with S. K. Srinivasan. Unpublished.

  590. The Dynamical Basis of the Spin-Statistics Relation. Invited lecture at the Lochlainn O' Raifearthaigh and the Sixth Irish Conference on Quantum Field Theory, Dublin (1998). No manuscript available.

  591. Generalizations of the Pomeranchuk-Okun Theorem; with A. P. Balachandran, Syracuse University report SU-03. Unpublished.

  592. Hamiltonian Dynamics of Relativistic Particles, University of Rochester Report NYO-9680. Unpublished.

  593. Heir to Two Traditions. Talk at U. S. Consulate, Madras, India (1986). Unpublished. 1987

  594. Indefinite Metric and Shadow States in Quantum Field Theory, University of Texas Report CPT-81. Unpublished.

  595. Interpretation of Angular Distribution of Terms of Complex Mass Particles, with A. M. Gleeson and M. Gundzik, University of Texas Report CPT 47, 1970. Unpublished.

  596. Is Modern Science Closer to Religion? Paper presented at the 17th ICUS meeting, Los Angeles, Nov. 24-27, 1988. Unpublished.

  597. Laws of Nature: Creation as Reduction of Symmetry (not preprinted).

  598. Leptonic Resonances, University of Texas Report CPT 80. Unpublished.

  599. Magnetic Monopoles Break Lorentz Invariance; with Balachandran, Marmo, Mukunda and Nilsson. Unpublished.

  600. "Man and the Cosmos: A Physicist's Viewpoint". Speech given at conference. Unpublished.

  601. Nature of the Physical World, lecture series organized by Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Dalhousie, India, June 1973; and Pars College Symposium, Tehran, Iran, Sept. 1973; University of Texas Report CPT-190. Unpublished.

  602. Negative Probabilities Underlying the Violation of Bell's Inequalities. Course on Modern Quan-tum Mechanics, University of Madras (1989). Unpublished. No manuscript available.

  603. Non-Abelian Non-Integrable Phase in Quantum Mechanics; with T. R. Govindarajan. CPT Report, unpublished.

  604. Note of the Spin 2 + Hypothesis for the K-Meson, University of Rochester Report NYO-7669; with R. E. Marshak. Unpublished.

  605. Notes on Mechanics: (1) Fluid Dynamics as a Classical Field Theory, (2) Dynamical Systems with Infinitely Many Degrees of Freedom/ Theory of Fields, (3) Covariant Field Theory, (4) Lorentzian Fields, and (5) Galilean Fields. Unpublished.

  606. Notes on Separability of Density Matrices; with Luis J. Boya, Mark Byrd and Mark M. Mims. Unpublished.

  607. On Multiquark Mesons; with S. K. Bose. Unpublished.

  608. Particles Traveling Faster Than Light, C. V. Raman Lecture, Madras University 1972, University of Texas Report CPT-166. Unpublished.

  609. "Physics as a Spiritual Discipline" or "The Many-Splendoured Universe", Nehru Memorial Lecture, Nov. 13, 1977. Unpublished.

  610. Principles of Classical Dynamics, University of Rochester Report NYO-10250 Unpublished.

  611. Science and Veda: A Critical Comparison, was to be published in the 1st Science and Veda Conference Souvenir (1975) but was never written.

  612. Scientist as Rishi: Discriminating Knowledge as the Basic Value. Unpublished.

  613. Some Fundamental Considerations of the Equation of Radiative Transfer; with J. Kuriyan. Unpublished.

  614. Some Problems of Natural Philosophy, Inaugural Lecture of Sir C. V. Raman Visiting Professor, University of Madras 1971-72; University of Texas Report CPT-167. Unpublished.

  615. Squeezed Paraxial Light Beams. Invited paper presented at the Third International Work-shop on Squeezed States and Uncertainty Relations, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, August 10-13, 1993. Unpublished. No manuscript available.

  616. Stochastic Dynamics of Quantum Mechanical Systems II. Unpublished.

  617. Structure of Subdynamics in Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics, University of Texas Report CPT-127; with C. C. Chiang. Unpublished.

  618. Structure, Content and Transcedence: Some Scientific Paradigms, was to be published in the 2nd Science and Veda Conference Souvenir (1975) but was never written.

  619. Superfields with Internal Symmetry; with Jue Changkeun and C. C. Chiang. Unpublished.

  620. Superfields with Internal Symmetry II, Lagrangian Formalism for Superfields with SU( 3) Internal Symmetries; with Jue and Chiang. Unpublished.

  621. Tachyon Propagation in the Expanding Universe, with J. V. Narlikar. Unpublished. No manuscript available.

  622. Theory of Primary Interactions of Elementary Particles, Syracuse University Report SU-130. Unpublished.

  623. Time Reversal for Spacetime and Internal Symmetry. Presented at the 23rd Coral Gables Con-ference on Unified Symmetries in the Small and in the Large, Coral Gables, Florida, February 2-5, 1995. Unpublished.

  624. Towards Excellence in Science, Inaugural Lecture at the Founding of the Center for Theoretical Studies, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, 1972; University of Texas Report CPT-168. Unpublished.

  625. U( 12) and Crossing Symmetry; with R. Musto and L. O'Raifeartaigh, Syracuse University report SU-37. Unpublished.

  626. Unified Theory of Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions with One Single Coupling Constant; with J. P. Hsu. University of Texas Report CPT-225. Unpublished.

  627. Unified Theory of Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions without Higgs Phenomena; with N. G. Deshpande, D. A. Dicus and J. P. Hsu; University Of Texas Report CPT-217. Unpublished.

  628. Unitarity Problems in Indefinite Metric Theories, Invited Lecture at the Hawaii AIP meeting, University of Texas Report CPT-42, 1970. Unpublished.

  629. Universal Theory of Interactions and the Dynamical Explanation of the Cabibbo Angle, Syracuse University Report SU-126. Unpublished.

  630. Upper Bound on the Higgs Mass in a One-Loop Unitarized Theory; with C. B. Chiu and G. Bhamathi. CPT Report, unpublished.

  631. A User's Guide to Exotic Statistics; with Tom D. Imbo, Chandni S. Imbo and Rahul S. Mahajan. Unpublished.

  632. Vedas and Modern Science: Why? Was to be published in 2nd Science and Veda Conference Souvenir (1975) but was never written.

  633. Violation of Unitarity in Weinberg's Unified Theory with Bilinear Gauge Conditions, with J. P. Hsu; University of Texas Report ORO-235 (1975). Unpublished.

  634. Weak Interactions, C. V. Raman Lecture, Madras University, 1972, University of Texas Report CPT-166. Unpublished. (See 217 -Included in BOOKLET -Sir C. V. Raman Visiting Professorship Lectures)

  635. A World View of a Scientist, Centre for Theoretical Studies, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, 1975. Unpublished.