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Category of Quantizations and Inverse Problem

  title={Category of Quantizations and Inverse Problem},
  author={Akifumi Sako},
We introduce a category composed of all quantizations of all Poisson algebras. By the category, we can treat in a unified way the various quantizations for all Poisson algebras and develop a new classical limit formulation. This formulation proposes a new method for the inverse problem, that is, the problem of finding the classical limit from a quantized space. Equivalence of quantizations is defined by using this category, and the conditions under which the two quantizations are equivalent are… 

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