By Carl Bender and Daniel Hook

Hamilton's equations of motion are local differential equations and boundary conditions are required to determine the solution uniquely. Depending on the choice of boundary conditions, a Hamiltonian may thereby describe several different physically observable phases, each exhibiting its own characteristic global symmetry.

March 31, 2024

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