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  • ...methods without to refer to physics. All the sciences use logics, (Boolean algebra); usually it is so obvious, that it is not even declared. ...e="r80"/> [80], as one cannot describe the Female logic, using the Boolean algebra. I explain why and how I come to the TORI axioms. But I cannot prove the TO
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  • ...bservable [[physical quantities]] as [[Hermitian operator]]s acting on the linear space of [[vector of state|vectors of state]]. ...m]] is characterized with an element \(\psi\) of the [[linear space]]; any linear combinaiton of the states of a physical system is also interpreted as the s
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  • [[DiscreteCos]] is [[linear operator]] that provides the orthogonal transformation of an array of finit [[Category:Linear algebra]]
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  • [[Category:Linear operator]] [[Category:Linear algebra]]
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  • [[Category:Linear operator]] [[Category:Linear algebra]]
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  • [[Linear algebra]], [[Category:Linear algebra]]
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  • Then, in order to get the quantum Hamitonian, the momentum is assumed to be a linear operator with certain combination property with the coordinate, namely, ...n one dimension, of the Schrodinger Equations. I assume basic knowledge of algebra and calculus and some general physics. The video is aimed at somewhere betw
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  • ...m; the Hamiltonian is [[Hermitian operator]] acting on the elements of the linear space mentioned in the Axiom Q1; in one of representations, the evolution o Q3. The measurable quantities of classical mechanics correspond to the linear [[Hemitian operator]]s acting on the space of the states; the Hamiltonian
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  • All the sciences use [[logics]], (Boolean algebra); usually it is so obvious, that it is not even declared. The behaviour of optical solitons in non-linear fibres with dispersion is discussed. The possibility of quantum decay of th
    101 KB (14,271 words) - 20:58, 25 September 2020
  • ...methods without to refer to physics. All the sciences use logics, (Boolean algebra); usually it is so obvious, that it is not even declared. ...e="r80"/> [80], as one cannot describe the Female logic, using the Boolean algebra. I explain why and how I come to the TORI axioms. But I cannot prove the TO
    100 KB (14,791 words) - 06:12, 10 October 2020