Hamiltonian

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Hamiltonian may refer to:

In both mathematics and physics (specifically mathematical physics), (after William Rowan Hamilton):

the term Hamiltonian refers to any energy function defined by a Hamiltonian vector field, a particular vector field on a symplectic manifold, i.e., a Hamiltonian function;

Derived uses:

In chemistry and physics:

In Chemistry:

In control theory:

more specifically, as an adjective it is used in the phrases:

In mathematics and physics, esp. mathematical physics (after William Rowan Hamilton):

In mathematics (after William Rowan Hamilton):

In physics (after William Rowan Hamilton):

In Language (after educationist James Hamilton (1769–1831) (de-wiki))

Other uses:

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