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Numerical Simulation of Interaction Processes in the Electron–Positron Matter by the Methods of the Classical and Quantum Theories

Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics. 2014. Vol. 59. No. 8. P. 877-883.
Kanavets V. I., Mozgovoi Y. D., Khritkin S.

Numerical simulation of interaction processes in the electron–positron matter (EPM) is numer ically simulated in the framework of the specific research area, gammaelectronics, which is concerned with the problem of creation and long existence of an EPM with extremely high energy, which is released in the process of delayed annihilation. Interaction processes in the EPM are studied by the methods of the classical largeparticle model and a quantum model using macroscopic wave functions of electrons and positrons. In contrast to the point kinematic approach used in quantum electrodynamics, large particles are considered as deformed bunches of charge.