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THE (?) CORRESPONDENCE PRINCIPLE
"... Most physicists and physics students understand the correspondence principle as the requirement that the results of quantum physics go over to those of classical physics in some appropriate limit, say of high quantum numbers, or of large numbers of quanta, or as Planck’s constant h goes to zero. Thi ..."
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Most physicists and physics students understand the correspondence principle as the requirement that the results of quantum physics go over to those of classical physics in some appropriate limit, say of high quantum numbers, or of large numbers of quanta, or as Planck’s constant h goes to zero
The ECorrespondence Principle
 Economica
, 2007
"... We present a new application of Samuelson’s Correspondence Principle to the analysis of comparative dynamics in stochastic rational expectations models. Our version, which we call the Ecorrespondence principle, applies to rational expectations equilibria that are stable under least squares and clos ..."
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We present a new application of Samuelson’s Correspondence Principle to the analysis of comparative dynamics in stochastic rational expectations models. Our version, which we call the Ecorrespondence principle, applies to rational expectations equilibria that are stable under least squares
The AverageValue Correspondence Principle
"... Abstract. In previous work [1], we have presented an attempt to derive the finitedimensional abstract quantum formalism from a set of physically comprehensible assumptions. In this paper, we continue the derivation of the quantum formalism by formulating a correspondence principle, the AverageValu ..."
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Abstract. In previous work [1], we have presented an attempt to derive the finitedimensional abstract quantum formalism from a set of physically comprehensible assumptions. In this paper, we continue the derivation of the quantum formalism by formulating a correspondence principle, the Average
Correspondence Principle in Quantum Gravity
, 2001
"... The problem of consistent formulation of the correspondence principle in quantum gravity is considered. The usual approach based on the use of the twoparticle scattering amplitudes is shown to be in disagreement with the classical result of General Relativity given by the Schwarzschild solution. It ..."
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The problem of consistent formulation of the correspondence principle in quantum gravity is considered. The usual approach based on the use of the twoparticle scattering amplitudes is shown to be in disagreement with the classical result of General Relativity given by the Schwarzschild solution
Correspondence Principles for Effective Dimensions
 In Proceedings of the 29th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages, and Programming
, 2001
"... We show that the classical Hausdorff and constructive dimensions of any union of 1  definable sets of binary sequences are equal. If the union is effective, that is, the set of sequences is 2 definable, then the computable dimension also equals the Hausdorff dimension. This second result is implic ..."
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We show that the classical Hausdorff and constructive dimensions of any union of 1  definable sets of binary sequences are equal. If the union is effective, that is, the set of sequences is 2 definable, then the computable dimension also equals the Hausdorff dimension. This second result is implicit in the work of Staiger (1998). Staiger also proved related results using entropy rates of decidable languages. We show that Staiger's computable entropy rate provides an equivalent definition of computable dimension. We also prove that a constructive version of Staiger's entropy rate coincides with constructive dimension.
A Correspondence Principle for the Gowers Norms
, 2009
"... Informally speaking, the Furstenberg Correspondence [5, 6] shows that the “local behavior” of a dynamical system is controlled by the behavior of sufficiently large finite ..."
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Informally speaking, the Furstenberg Correspondence [5, 6] shows that the “local behavior” of a dynamical system is controlled by the behavior of sufficiently large finite
Quantization of discretized spacetimes and the correspondence principle, Int
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, 2000
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Quantized Black Holes, Correspondence Principle, and Holographic Bound
, 2004
"... An equidistant spectrum of the horizon area of a quantized black hole does not follow from the correspondence principle or from general statistical arguments. Such a spectrum obtained earlier in loop quantum gravity (LQG) does not comply with the holographic bound. This bound fixes the BarberoImmir ..."
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An equidistant spectrum of the horizon area of a quantized black hole does not follow from the correspondence principle or from general statistical arguments. Such a spectrum obtained earlier in loop quantum gravity (LQG) does not comply with the holographic bound. This bound fixes the Barbero
Quantized Black Holes, Correspondence Principle, and Holographic Bound
, 2004
"... An equidistant spectrum of the horizon area of a quantized black hole does not follow from the correspondence principle or from general statistical arguments. Such a spectrum obtained earlier in loop quantum gravity (LQG) does not comply with the holographic bound. This bound fixes the BarberoImmir ..."
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An equidistant spectrum of the horizon area of a quantized black hole does not follow from the correspondence principle or from general statistical arguments. Such a spectrum obtained earlier in loop quantum gravity (LQG) does not comply with the holographic bound. This bound fixes the Barbero
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