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Christie Jayaratnam Eliezer

Christie Jayaratnam Eliezer, Ceylonese / Australian mathematical physicist (Navatkuli, Jaffna 12 June 1918 – Melbourne 10 March 2001)

Authored 63 papers and 4 books

Developed the Eliezer theorem (1943)


With J.C. Barton. On pursuit curves. J. Austr. Math. Soc. Series B41:358-71, 2000

With G.E. Prince. On the Lie symmetries of the classical Kepler problem. J. Physics A 14(3):587-96, 1981

With G.E. Prince. Symmetries of the time-independent N-dimensional oscillator. J. Physics A 13(3):815-23, 1980

With G.E. Prince, P.G.L. Leach, T.M. Kalotas & R.M. Santilli. The Lie and Lie-admissible symmetries of dynamical systems. Hadron. J. 3(1):390-43, 1979-80

Symmetries and first integrals of some differential equations of dynamics. Hadron. J. 2(5):1067-1109, 1979

With P.G. Leach. Equivalence principle and quantum mechanics – note. Amer. J. Physics 45(12):1218-21, 1977

A note on time-dependent harmonic oscillator. SIAM J. Appl. Math. 30(3):463-8, 1976

Elementary inequalities for integrals. Math. Magaz. 45:89-91, 1972

With D.E. Daykin. Generalization of Holder’s and Minkowski’s inequalities. Proc. Cambridge Philos. Society 64:1023-7, 1968

With D.E. Daykin. Generalizations and aplications of Cauchy-Schwarz inequalities. Quart. J. Mathematics. Oxford Series 18(2):357-60, 1967

With D.E. Daykin. Generalizations of the A.M. and G.M. inequality. Math. Magaz. 40:247-50, 1967

On the classical theory of particles. Proc. Royal Soc. London 194 A:543-55, 1948  

Relativistic wave equations. Nature 159:160, 1947

Quantum electrodynamics and low energy photons. Proc. Royal Soc. London 191 A:133-6, 1947  

The interaction of electrons and an electromagnetic field. Reviews Modern Physics 19:147-84, 1947

The hydrogen atom in generalized classical electrodynamics. Physical Review 71(2):49-53, 1947

Quantum electrodynamics and the interaction of the hydrogen-like atoms with a radiation field.  Bull. Calcutta Math. Soc. 38:145-60, 1946

The classical equations of motion of an electron. Proc. Cambridge Philos. Society 42:278 -86, 1946

Radiating electron in a magnetic field. Proc. Cambridge Philos. Society 42:40-44, 1946

The application of quantum electrodynamics to multiple processes. Proc. Royal Soc. London 187 A:210-9, 1946  

On Dirac’s theory of quantum electrodynamics: the interaction of an electron and radiation field. Proc. Royal Soc. London A 187:197-210, 1946

A discussion on the exactness of the Lorentz-Dirac classical equations. Bull. Calcutta Math. Soc. 37:125-30, 1945

With A. Malvaganan. On the classical theory of radiating electrons. Proc. Cambridge Philos. Society 41:184-6, 1945

The hydrogen atom and the classical theory of radiation. Proc. Cambridge Philos. Society 39:173-80, 1943