Quantum integrability of quadratic Killing tensors

@article{Duval2005QuantumIO,
  title={Quantum integrability of quadratic Killing tensors},
  author={Christian Duval and Galliano Valent},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Physics},
  year={2005},
  volume={46},
  pages={053516}
}
Quantum integrability of classical integrable systems given by quadratic Killing tensors on curved configuration spaces is investigated. It is proven that, using a “minimal” quantization scheme, quantum integrability is ensured for a large class of classic examples. 

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