DISTRIBUTIONS IN HILBERT SPACE AND CANONICAL SYSTEMS OF OPERATORS ^ )

@inproceedings{Segal2010DISTRIBUTIONSIH,
  title={DISTRIBUTIONS IN HILBERT SPACE AND CANONICAL SYSTEMS OF OPERATORS ^ )},
  author={Irving Ezra Segal},
  year={2010}
}
Although the algebraic features of the theory of probability distributions on an infinite-dimensional linear space generally resemble those of the familiar theory on finite-dimensional spaces, there are some important differences, in which certain of the mathematical difficulties of quantum field theory originate. In the present paper we treat one such aspect of distributions, their absolute continuity and transformation properties, and initiate the application of the results to uniqueness and… CONTINUE READING

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