Feynman Integrals with Absorbing Boundaries

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Marchewka, A.; Schuss, Z.;

We propose a formulation of an absorbing boundary for a quantum particle. The formulation is based on a Feynman-type integral over trajectories that are confined to the non-absorbing region. Trajectories that reach the absorbing wall are discounted from the population o... View more
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