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The French Academy of Science had a section of Mechanics, October 9, 2008 18 9:45 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in pi07 M. Gutzwiller and the Royal Society of London classified papers as ‘mechanical philosophy’. It was considered useful, but not very fundamental. Around 1800, both the French Revolution and the British Industrial Revolution were promising a better life. A deeper technical understanding was required for all the many new applications, mechanical, optical, acoustical, even electrical and magnetic.
Acknowledgments Thank you Peter Fulde, thank you Wolfhard Janke, thank you Axel Pelster, thank you Marita Schneider. Thanks to all of you we were treated to a magnificent conference superbly organized in a beautiful setting. The program was a very rich banquet; when asked to give an introduction to the incredibly varied topics listed in the program, I could only offer a few appetizers. References 1. P. Cartier and C. DeWitt-Morette, Functional Integration, Action and Symmetries (Cambridge University Press, 2006).
The two crossing stretches remain close; if the closeness persists through many bounces we speak of a 2-encounter. A general close self-encounter of an orbit has two or more stretches close to one another. We speak of an l-encounter when l stretches are all mutually close throughout many bounces. For a precise definition one may pick one of the l encounter stretches as a reference and demand that none of the (l − 1) companions be further away than some distance denc ; the latter “encounter width” must be chosen small compared to the billiard diameter D and such that the ensuing “encounter length” Lenc is much larger than D.