Three-Hilbert-Space Formulation of Quantum Mechanics ?

@inproceedings{Miloslav2009ThreeHilbertSpaceFO,
  title={Three-Hilbert-Space Formulation of Quantum Mechanics ?},
  author={Miloslav},
  year={2009}
}
  • Miloslav
  • Published 2009
In paper [Znojil M., Phys. Rev. D 78 (2008), 085003, 5 pages, arXiv:0809.2874] the two-Hilbert-space (2HS, a.k.a. cryptohermitian) formulation of Quantum Mechanics has been revisited. In the present continuation of this study (with the spaces in question denoted as H and H) we spot a weak point of the 2HS formalism which lies in the double role played by H. As long as this confluence of roles may (and did!) lead to confusion in the literature, we propose an amended, three-Hilbert-space (3HS… CONTINUE READING
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