Abstract dynamical systems: Remarks on symmetries and reduction

  title={Abstract dynamical systems: Remarks on symmetries and reduction},
  author={Giuseppe Marmo and Alessandro Zampini},
  journal={International Journal of Geometric Methods in Modern Physics},
  • G. Marmo, A. Zampini
  • Published 26 August 2020
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • International Journal of Geometric Methods in Modern Physics
In this paper, we review how an algebraic formulation for the dynamics of a physical system allows to describe a reduction procedure for both classical and quantum evolutions. 
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