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    Reciprocal Relativity of Noninertial Frames and the Quaplectic Group.Stephen G. Low - 2006 - Foundations of Physics 36 (7):1036-1069.
    The frame associated with a classical point particle is generally noninertial. The point particle may have a nonzero velocity and force with respect to an absolute inertial rest frame. In time–position–energy–momentum-space {t, q, p, e}, the group of transformations between these frames leaves invariant the symplectic metric and the classical line element ds2 = d t2. Special relativity transforms between inertial frames for which the rate of change of momentum is negligible and eliminates the absolute rest frame by making velocities (...)
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    Wedges I.Cécile DeWitt-Morette, Stephen G. Low, Lawrence S. Schulman & Anwar Y. Shiekh - 1986 - Foundations of Physics 16 (4):311-349.
    The wedge problem, that is, the propagation of radiation or particles in the presence of a wedge, is examined in different contexts. Generally, the paper follows the historical order from Sommerfeld's early work to recent stochastic results—hindsights and new results being woven in as appropriate. In each context, identifying the relevant mathematical problem has been the key to the solution. Thus each section can be given both a physics and a mathematics title: Section 2: diffraction by reflecting wedge; boundary value (...)
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  3. The Knife Edge Problem.Stephen G. Low - 1984 - In Heinrich Mitter & Ludwig Pittner (eds.), Stochastic Methods and Computer Techniques in Quantum Dynamics. Springer Verlag. pp. 171--184.
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