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* Geometric phases also exist in classical mechanics, like for example Hannay's angle. For a discussion of Hannay's angle, see Section 4.6.3 [[http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/tong/dynamics/clas.pdf|here]] and also [[http://cmt.nbi.ku.dk/student_projects/bachelor_theses/BachelorThesisMortenIbMunk-Nielsen.pdf|Geometric phases in classical mechanics]] by Morten Ib Munk-Nielsen | * Geometric phases also exist in classical mechanics, like for example Hannay's angle. For a discussion of Hannay's angle, see Section 4.6.3 [[http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/tong/dynamics/clas.pdf|here]] and also [[http://cmt.nbi.ku.dk/student_projects/bachelor_theses/BachelorThesisMortenIbMunk-Nielsen.pdf|Geometric phases in classical mechanics]] by Morten Ib Munk-Nielsen | ||

* The standard reference is "Geometric Phases in Physics" edited by Alfred Shapere and Frank Wilczek | * The standard reference is "Geometric Phases in Physics" edited by Alfred Shapere and Frank Wilczek | ||

+ | * A great discussion of the Hannay angle can be found in Spivak's Physics for Mathematicians. | ||

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