Mathematics for Quantum Physics issueshttps://gitlab.kwant-project.org/groups/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/-/issues2020-09-15T11:07:30Zhttps://gitlab.kwant-project.org/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/lectures/-/issues/10Typo Vector spaces in quantum mechanics2020-09-15T11:07:30ZVictor van WieringenTypo Vector spaces in quantum mechanicsProblem 1a is formulated wrong, instead of "Show that a(|A>+|B>) = a|A>+|B>)".
I think it should be "Show that a(|A>+|B>) = a|A>+a|B>".Problem 1a is formulated wrong, instead of "Show that a(|A>+|B>) = a|A>+|B>)".
I think it should be "Show that a(|A>+|B>) = a|A>+a|B>".https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/lectures/-/issues/9Typo differential equations 12020-09-12T18:03:49ZtnumanTypo differential equations 1<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
src/7_differential_equations_1.md
## Problematic sentence
The lecture on complex numbers consists of three parts, each with their own video:
## Correct version
The first lecture on differential equations consists of three parts, each with their own video:<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
src/7_differential_equations_1.md
## Problematic sentence
The lecture on complex numbers consists of three parts, each with their own video:
## Correct version
The first lecture on differential equations consists of three parts, each with their own video:https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/lectures/-/issues/8Refer to wrong problem2020-09-15T19:10:40ZtnumanRefer to wrong problem<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
src/2_coordinates.md
## Problematic sentence
Using the result of problem 2, show that the Laplace operator acting on a function ψ(r) in polar coordinates takes the form
## Correct version
Using the result of problem 4, show that the Laplace operator acting on a function ψ(r) in polar coordinates takes the form<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
src/2_coordinates.md
## Problematic sentence
Using the result of problem 2, show that the Laplace operator acting on a function ψ(r) in polar coordinates takes the form
## Correct version
Using the result of problem 4, show that the Laplace operator acting on a function ψ(r) in polar coordinates takes the formhttps://gitlab.kwant-project.org/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/lectures/-/issues/7Typo - 2d Hilbert space vectors2020-09-12T15:35:45ZMatei Cristea-EnacheTypo - 2d Hilbert space vectors<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
vector spaces in quantum mechanics
## Problematic sentence
Examples of elements of this Hilbert space are the following:
(3, −2i),(i, −4),(2, 5).
The values of the coefficients c+ and c− for these examples above are, respectively,
(c+,c)=(3,−2i),(c+,c−)=(i,−4),(c+,c−)=(2,−5).
## Correct version
Examples of elements of this Hilbert space are the following:
(3, −2i),(i, −4),(2, 5).
The values of the coefficients c+ and c− for these examples above are, respectively,
(c+,c−)=(3,−2i),(c+,c−)=(i,−4),(c+,c−)=(2,5).<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
vector spaces in quantum mechanics
## Problematic sentence
Examples of elements of this Hilbert space are the following:
(3, −2i),(i, −4),(2, 5).
The values of the coefficients c+ and c− for these examples above are, respectively,
(c+,c)=(3,−2i),(c+,c−)=(i,−4),(c+,c−)=(2,−5).
## Correct version
Examples of elements of this Hilbert space are the following:
(3, −2i),(i, −4),(2, 5).
The values of the coefficients c+ and c− for these examples above are, respectively,
(c+,c−)=(3,−2i),(c+,c−)=(i,−4),(c+,c−)=(2,5).https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/lectures/-/issues/6Typo - Coordinates2020-09-15T19:10:40ZDixit SabharwalTypo - Coordinates<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
`src/2_coordinates.md`
First example in the chapter.
## Problematic sentence
which is indeed the area of a circle with radius 0.
## Correct version
which is indeed the area of a circle with radius $`r_0`$.<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
`src/2_coordinates.md`
First example in the chapter.
## Problematic sentence
which is indeed the area of a circle with radius 0.
## Correct version
which is indeed the area of a circle with radius $`r_0`$.https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/lectures/-/issues/5Typo - Sine in terms of complex exponential2020-09-15T19:10:40ZDixit SabharwalTypo - Sine in terms of complex exponential<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
`src/1_complex_numbers.md`
Also in the summary of the chapter.
## Problematic sentence
Furthermore, we can define the sine and cosine in terms of complex exponentials:
$`\sin(x) = \frac{e^{{\rm i} x} - e^{-{\rm i} x}}{2}`$
## Correct version
$`\sin(x) = \frac{e^{{\rm i} x} - e^{-{\rm i} x}}{2{\rm i}}`$<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
`src/1_complex_numbers.md`
Also in the summary of the chapter.
## Problematic sentence
Furthermore, we can define the sine and cosine in terms of complex exponentials:
$`\sin(x) = \frac{e^{{\rm i} x} - e^{-{\rm i} x}}{2}`$
## Correct version
$`\sin(x) = \frac{e^{{\rm i} x} - e^{-{\rm i} x}}{2{\rm i}}`$https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/lectures/-/issues/4Typo - Introduction2020-08-30T21:27:45ZDixit SabharwalTypo - Introduction<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
`lectures/src/index.md`
## Problematic sentence
Mathematics for quantum mechanics ives you a compact introduction and review
of the basic mathematical tools commonly used in quantum mechanics. Throughout
the course we have [-directly-] quantum mechanics [-applications-] in mind, but at the
core this is still a math course.
## Correct version
Mathematics for quantum mechanics [+g+]ives you a compact introduction and review
of the basic mathematical tools commonly used in quantum mechanics. Throughout
the course we have [+kept applications for+] quantum mechanics in mind, but at the
core this is still a math course.<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
`lectures/src/index.md`
## Problematic sentence
Mathematics for quantum mechanics ives you a compact introduction and review
of the basic mathematical tools commonly used in quantum mechanics. Throughout
the course we have [-directly-] quantum mechanics [-applications-] in mind, but at the
core this is still a math course.
## Correct version
Mathematics for quantum mechanics [+g+]ives you a compact introduction and review
of the basic mathematical tools commonly used in quantum mechanics. Throughout
the course we have [+kept applications for+] quantum mechanics in mind, but at the
core this is still a math course.https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/lectures/-/issues/3polar form2020-08-30T21:26:03ZMatei Cristea-Enachepolar form<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
Complex numbers, the polar form
## Problematic sentence
Some useful values of the complex exponential to know by heart are e2iπ=1, eiπ=−1 and eiπ/2=i. From the first expression, it also follows that
ei(y+2πn)=eiπ for n∈Z
## Correct version
ei(y+2πn)=eiy for n∈Z<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
Complex numbers, the polar form
## Problematic sentence
Some useful values of the complex exponential to know by heart are e2iπ=1, eiπ=−1 and eiπ/2=i. From the first expression, it also follows that
ei(y+2πn)=eiπ for n∈Z
## Correct version
ei(y+2πn)=eiy for n∈Zhttps://gitlab.kwant-project.org/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/lectures/-/issues/2complex exponential function2020-08-30T21:24:42ZMatei Cristea-Enachecomplex exponential function<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
Complex numbers, section complex exponential function
## Problematic sentence
exp(z)=ex+iy=ex+eiy=ex(cosy+isiny)
## Correct version
exp(z)=ex+iy=ex*eiy=ex(cosy+isiny)<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
Complex numbers, section complex exponential function
## Problematic sentence
exp(z)=ex+iy=ex+eiy=ex(cosy+isiny)
## Correct version
exp(z)=ex+iy=ex*eiy=ex(cosy+isiny)https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/mathematics-for-quantum-physics/lectures/-/issues/1you missed a g in give2019-09-06T09:11:30ZMiodrag Poortvlietyou missed a g in give<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
Homepage
## Problematic sentence
Mathematics for quantum mechanics ives you a compact introduction and review of the basic mathematical tools commonly used in quantum mechanics.
## Correct version
Mathematics for quantum mechanics gives you a compact introduction and review of the basic mathematical tools commonly used in quantum mechanics.<!--
Thanks for providing feedback!
Please provide the information below.
-->
## File in which the problem appears
Homepage
## Problematic sentence
Mathematics for quantum mechanics ives you a compact introduction and review of the basic mathematical tools commonly used in quantum mechanics.
## Correct version
Mathematics for quantum mechanics gives you a compact introduction and review of the basic mathematical tools commonly used in quantum mechanics.