# The Möbius symmetry of quantum mechanics

@article{Faraggi2015TheMS, title={The M{\"o}bius symmetry of quantum mechanics}, author={Alon E. Faraggi and Marco Matone}, journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series}, year={2015}, volume={626} }

The equivalence postulate approach to quantum mechanics aims to formulate quantum mechanics from a fundamental geometrical principle. Underlying the formulation there exists a basic cocycle condition which is invariant under D-dimensional Mobius transformations with respect to the Euclidean or Minkowski metrics. The invariance under global Mobius transformations implies that spatial space is compact. Furthermore, it implies energy quantisation and undefinability of quantum trajectories without…

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