Invariant analytic orthonormalization procedure with an application to coherent states

@article{Bagarello2007InvariantAO,
  title={Invariant analytic orthonormalization procedure with an application to coherent states},
  author={Fabio Bagarello and Salvatore Triolo},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Physics},
  year={2007},
  volume={48},
  pages={043505-043505}
}
We discuss a general strategy which produces an orthonormal set of vectors, stable under the action of a given set of unitary operators Aj, j=1,2,…,n, starting from a fixed normalized vector in H and from a set of unitary operators. We discuss several examples of this procedure and, in particular, we show how a set of coherentlike vectors can be produced and in which condition over the lattice spacing this can be done. 

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