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The information-theoretical entropy, also called the “classical” entropy, was introduced by Wehrl in terms of the Glauber coherent states (CSs) | z > , i.e. the CSs corresponding to the one-dimensional harmonic oscillator (HO-1D). In the present paper, we have focused our attention on the examination of the information-theoretical entropy, i.e. the Wehrl entropy, for both the pure and the mixed (thermal) states of some quantum oscillators.

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’s former student during that period, I argued in a paper that thinking of supranationalism in European Union to think of it as a development of a new France or the development of a new Germany was the wrong way to think about state development in the 20th century and the 21st century. That India was the model. India was a 20th century state and it had, in cultural terms, even though it was a coherent state, a 3+/- 1 language system. And everybody knew it and it brought unity to them in a multi-cultural, multi-lingual equilibrium. Everyone in India 162 David Laitin

is concerned, it has hitherto been gradual rather than radical, also in the period of acceleration. At this stage of transformation, it is difficult to speak about a coherent state strategy that would contain a clear vision of the national economy based on the concept of a post-socialist developmental state. Myanmar is not yet a PSDS. Nevertheless, it uses many of the solutions of the East Asian development model, which is visible in the government’s activities. The acceleration of political and economic reforms in 2011 allegedly framed Myanmar’s transformational