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Quasi-Exactly Solvable Time-Dependent Hamiltonians

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A generalized method which helps to find a time-dependent SchrÖdinger equation for any static potential is established. We illustrate this method with two examples. Indeed, we use this method to find the time-dependent Hamiltonian of quasi-exactly solvable Lamé equation and to construct the matrix 2 × 2 time-dependent polynomial Hamiltonian.

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Nininahazwe, A. (2014) Quasi-Exactly Solvable Time-Dependent Hamiltonians. Open Journal of Microphysics, 4, 26-34. doi: 10.4236/ojm.2014.43005.

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