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Reply to comment on: Lorentz violation in high-energy ions
This response clari es that, without accounting for the transverse Doppler e ect , the experimental analysis cannot rule-out (and develop bounds on) the Lorentz violation, especially since the energy of the transition being excited (in the moving high-energy ion, under the experimental conditions) is not measured directly. ...
Treat All Integrals as Volume Integrals: A unified, parallel, grid-based method for evaluation of volume, surface, and path integrals on implicitly defined domains
We present a unified method for numerical evaluation of volume, surface, and path integrals of smooth, bounded functions on implicitly defined bounded domains. The method avoids both the stochastic nature (and slow convergence) of Monte Carlo methods and problem-specific domain decompositions required by most traditional ...