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With a different technique and offering an array of latest and interesting subject matters, Mathematical Quantization bargains a survey of operator algebras and comparable constructions from the viewpoint that those items are quantizations of classical mathematical constructions. This process makes attainable, with minimum mathematical aspect, a unified remedy of quite a few topics.Detailed right here for the 1st time, the basic suggestion of mathematical quantization is that units are changed via Hilbert areas. construction in this inspiration, and most significantly at the incontrovertible fact that scalar-valued features on a collection correspond to operators on a Hilbert area, you'll be able to make certain quantum analogs of various classical buildings. specifically, simply because topologies and degree periods on a suite will be taken care of when it comes to scalar-valued capabilities, we will move those structures to the quantum realm, giving upward push to C*- and von Neumann algebras.In the 1st 1/2 the publication, the writer fast builds the operator algebra environment. He makes use of this as a unifying topic within the moment part, within which he treats numerous lively study themes, a few for the 1st time in booklet shape. those contain the quantum aircraft and tori, operator areas, Hilbert modules, Lipschitz algebras, and quantum groups.For graduate scholars, Mathematical Quantization bargains an incredible creation to a study quarter of significant present curiosity. For execs in operator algebras and practical research, it presents a readable journey of the present country of the sphere.

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