The Benefits of Affine Quantization

@inproceedings{Klauder2019TheBO,
  title={The Benefits of Affine Quantization},
  author={John Klauder},
  year={2019}
}
Canonical quantization has served wonderfully for the quantization of a vast number of classical systems. That includes single classical variables, such as p and q, and numerous classical Hamiltonians H(p,q), as well as field theories, such as π(x) and φ(x), and many classical Hamiltonians H(π,φ. However, in all such systems, there are situations for which canonical quantization fails. This includes certain particle and field theory problems. Affine quantization involves a simple recombination… 
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