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K\"ahler Representation Theory

  title={K\"ahler Representation Theory},
  author={Bryan W. Roberts and Nicholas J. Teh},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
We show that Jordan-Lie-Banach algebras, which provide an abstract characterization of quantum theory equivalent to C^* algebras, can always be canonically represented in terms of smooth functions on a K\"ahler manifold. 

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