Solving Major Problems Using Vector Affine Quantization

@article{Klauder2022SolvingMP,
title={Solving Major Problems Using Vector Affine Quantization},
author={John Klauder},
journal={Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology},
year={2022}
}

Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology

Affine quantization is a parallel procedure to canonical quantization, which is ideally suited to deal with special problems. Vector affine quantization introduces multiple degrees of freedom which find that working together create novel tools suitable to eliminate typical difficulties encountered in more conventional approaches. 1 An Introduction to Affine Quantization 1.1 Basics of canonical and affine quantization The usual variables of classical physics are p and q, and a common Hamiltonian… Expand

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