Duality, Quantum Mechanics and (Almost) Complex Manifolds


The classical mechanics of a finite number of degrees of freedom requires a symplectic structure on phase space C, but it is independent of any complex structure. On the contrary, the quantum theory is intimately linked with the choice of a complex structure on C. When the latter is a complex–analytic manifold admitting just one complex structure, there is… (More)


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