Magnetic fields in noncommutative quantum mechanics Dedicated to the memory of

  title={Magnetic fields in noncommutative quantum mechanics Dedicated to the memory of},
  author={François Delduc and Quentin Duret and François Gieres and Marcel Lefrancois},
We discuss various descriptions of a quantum particle on noncommutative space in a (possibly non-constant) magnetic field. We have tried to present the basic facts in a unified and synthetic manner, and to clarify the relationship between various approaches and results that are scattered in the literature. We dedicate these notes to the memory of Julius Wess whose scientific work was largely devoted to the study of gauge fields and whose latest interests concerned physical theories on… CONTINUE READING

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