Mapping of averages in nonextensive thermodynamics

Zaripov, R.
May 2012
Russian Physics Journal;May2012, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p1324
Academic Journal
Mapping of averages with unnormalized distribution onto averages with normalized distribution of physical quantities in nonextensive thermodynamics is considered. The effective microscopic entropy and the Hamiltonian that lead to the well-known equilibrium nonextensive thermodynamics equations are introduced. Equations for the distribution and density operator with the effective Hamiltonian are presented.


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