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But the PERSPECTIVES IN THE THEORY OF NUCLEAR COLLECTIVE MOTION 23 usual variational principle deals with only one state of the system at a time, and along with whatever technical problems we may encounter is not conceptually adequate for the problem at hand. The essence of nuclear collectivity is that we wish to bring down an entire collective subspace of states - that of the s and d bosons in the current phrasing of the problem - to an average energy which is lower than that of the remaining states of the given nucleus* It is not that difficult, it turns out, to put the criterion just mentioned on a quantitative basis.
J. Rasmussen and his associates made valuable contributions to the application of the VMI model to the spectra of odd A nuclei and to the elucidation of the relation of the phenomenological VMI parameters to microscopic theory. A. Faessler and his associates have been for many years intrigued by the phenomena described above and have made valuable contributions to their theoretical analysis, especially with regard to the spectra of triaxial nuclei, and of the behavior of higher lying bands. S. M.