# Inverted oscillating Gaussian potential w(r) = –cos(r) exp(–0.04 r2)

### The potential (red line is the energy) ## Calculation of classical trajectories

### Plot of trajectories on the potential surface ### Mapping (y, t) –> (qx, qy) ### Zeroes of the Jacobian

Left: red curves show the points where Jacobian of the transformation (y, t) –> (qx, qy) is zero.
Right: blue curves show the points where Jacobian of the transformation (y, t) –> (px, py) is zero. ### Caustics

The same as above, but mapped into (qx, qy) plane. ## Exact calculations

### Phase shift vs. angular momentum for partial waves ### Absolute value of the wavefunction ### Real part of the wavefunction Animation

## Semiclassical calculations

### Dependence of angle chi on angle phi for the given R = 0 ### Primitive semiclassical (black) vs. exact wavefunction (red curves) for the given R = 0. Plots show absolute value, real part, and number of contributing trajectories as a function of x ### Dependence of angle chi on angle phi for the given R = 1 ### Primitive semiclassical (black) vs. exact wavefunction (red curves) for the given R = 1. Plots show absolute value, real part, and number of contributing trajectories as a function of x ### Dependence of angle chi on angle phi for the given R = 2 ### Primitive semiclassical (black) vs. exact wavefunction (red curves) for the given R = 2. Plots show absolute value, real part, and number of contributing trajectories as a function of x ### Dependence of angle chi on angle phi for the given R = 5 ### Primitive semiclassical (black) vs. exact wavefunction (red curves) for the given R = 5. Plots show absolute value, real part, and number of contributing trajectories as a function of x ### Dependence of angle chi on angle phi for the given R = 10 ### Primitive semiclassical (black) vs. exact wavefunction (red curves) for the given R = 10. Plots show absolute value, real part, and number of contributing trajectories as a function of x ### Dependence of angle chi on angle phi for the given R = 15 ### Primitive semiclassical (black) vs. exact wavefunction (red curves) for the given R = 15. Plots show absolute value, real part, and number of contributing trajectories as a function of x ### Dependence of angle chi on angle phi for the given R = 20 ### Primitive semiclassical (black) vs. exact wavefunction (red curves) for the given R = 20. Plots show absolute value, real part, and number of contributing trajectories as a function of x ### More examples of potentials

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