Nine formulations of quantum mechanics

@article{Styer2002NineFO,
  title={Nine formulations of quantum mechanics},
  author={D. Styer and M. Balkin and Kathryn M. Becker and Matthew R. Burns and Christopher Dudley and Scott Forth and J. Gaumer and M. Kramer and D. Oertel and Leonard H. Park and M. Rinkoski and C. T. Smith and Timothy Wotherspoon},
  journal={American Journal of Physics},
  year={2002},
  volume={70},
  pages={288-297}
}
Nine formulations of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics are reviewed. These are the wavefunction, matrix, path integral, phase space, density matrix, second quantization, variational, pilot wave, and Hamilton–Jacobi formulations. Also mentioned are the many-worlds and transactional interpretations. The various formulations differ dramatically in mathematical and conceptual overview, yet each one makes identical predictions for all experimental results. 
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