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Canonical commutation relation In physics, the canonical commutation relation is the relation $[x,p\; ...\; to\; see\; that\; two\; operators\; satisfying\; the$canonical commutation relations cannot both be bounded. ...
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Canonical quantization
Canonical quantization In physics, canonical quantization is one of many procedures for ... now fallen out of fashion. The word canonical refers actually to a certain structure of ... was first investigated by Dirac. The name canonical quantization may have been first coined by ... the state of a classical system. The canonical structure (also known as the symplectic ...
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Canonical coordinates
Canonical coordinates In mathematics and physics, the canonical coordinates are a special set of coordinates ... in the manifold. This article defines the canonical coordinates as they appear in classical physics ... see the Stonevon Neumann theorem and canonical commutation relations for details. In the following ...
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Talk:Canonical quantization
Talk:Canonical quantization First vs. Second I really suggest ... this article into two; one on the canonical quantization of finitedimensional systems, and one ... guess correctly what a good set of canonical coords might be, you have to guess ... is an ambiguity in the choice of canonical coordinates. I see that some of the ... here would also go into the articles canonical commutation relations, canonical conjugate variables and ...
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Stone–von Neumann theorem
... different formulations of the uniqueness of the canonical commutation relations between position and momentum operators. The name ... John von Neumann. Trying to represent the commutation relations In quantum mechanics, physical observables are ...
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Quantum field theory
... to quantize this theory, they used the canonical quantization procedure. In 1927, Paul Dirac gave ... Bohr and Leon Rosenfeld had related these commutation relations to a limitation on the ability to ... In 1927 Jordan tried to extend the canonical quantization of fields to the wave function ... particle theory. Quantizing a classical field theory Canonical quantization Quantum field theory solves these ...
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Talk:Weyl algebra
... in which the linear ,tensors' fulfill the canonical commutation relations resp. the defining relations of the Clifford algebra (Dirac is the ... orthogonal case, the twotensors fulfill the commutation relations of the symplectic resp. the ...
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Mathematical logic (translated from Spanish)
... concepts of the present theory of the commutation, when a considerable increase in the number ... de Boole, as well as its fundamental relations, a step advances more establishing the function ... boolean function can be transformed into a canonical form, and this transformation is unique. If n is the number of variables, canonical terms exist 2^n, and the possible number of canonical functions is equal to the one ...
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User talk:Ancheta Wis/t
... 2005 (UTC) The equations can be tensor relations about materials (see for example, the Kerr ... example). They need not be simply scalar relations with simple constants of proportionality, as in ... the Gravity article can be limited to canonical items. Thus the note "Whether or not ... has solutions whose interpretation can be controversial. canonical commutation relation In physics, the canonical commutation ...
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CCR and CAR algebras
... by elements of V subject to the relations $fggf=i(f,g)$canonical commutation relations (CCR) algebra. The uniqueness of the representations ... the elements of V subject to the relations $fg+gf=(f,g)$ ...
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