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The Einstein–Brillouin–Keller method (EBK) is a semiclassical method to compute eigenvalues in quantum mechanical systems.[1] There have been a number of recent results computational issues related to this topic, for example, the work of Eric J. Heller and Emmanuel David Tannenbaum using a partial differential equation gradient descent approach.[2]
See also

Quantum mechanics
WKB approximation
Albert Einstein
Léon Brillouin
Joseph B. Keller


Stone, A.D. (August 2005). "Einstein's unknown insight and the problem of quantizing chaos". Physics Today 58 (8): 37–43. Bibcode:2005PhT....58h..37S. doi:10.1063/1.2062917.
Tannenbaum, E.D. and Heller, E. (2001). "Semiclassical Quantization Using Invariant Tori: A Gradient-Descent Approach". Journal of Physical Chemistry A 105: 2801–2813.

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