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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Download Free PDF. Manahel Thabet. Download PDF. A short summary of this paper. Mathematical Prerequisite Basic Idea of Quantum Mathematics The Operators of Quantum mathematics The Orthodox Statistical Interpretation Only eigenvalues Statistical selection A Particle Confined Inside a Pipe Abstract In Quantum mathematics, the evolution of the states of a dynamical system is deterministic.

For instance, given time t, the states of the system are completely determined by the dynamical state at the initial time t. Additionally, solving a problem of finding a formula for a power of a square matrix A requires the construction of matrices which transform A into diagonal matrix.

These are defined as eigenvalues and eigenvectors. To understand quantum mathematics, one must understand the mathematical models and theories to gain insight for employing physics and mechanics in it.

Some mathematicians have solved quantum problems using philosophical approaches which is favorable to them; the strategy I have used is to treat finitely dimensional operators and numbers in some detail and to indicate in general terms how the sane ideas are applied in the physics case. In this paper, I will try to do the best I can to make modern mathematics from quantum point of view as easy as it is supposed to be.

I will show simple models as they advance to complex one. The strangeness echoed in quantum theory referred by Feynman has two major different sources. One of them is the inherent disjunction and incommensurability between the classical physics conceptual framework, another which governs our everyday experience of the physical world, and the very different framework which governs physical reality at the atomic scale Bethe, Familiarity with the powerful formalisms of classical mathematics and quantum physics electromagnetism provides multi- facets of the world at the distance scales familiar to us.

Supplementing these with the more subjects of special and general relativity extend our understanding into other less accessible regimes. Sometimes this vector is interpreted as a function, known as the wave-function. Mathematical Prerequisite 3.

In this section, I will summarize the most important properties of complex numbers. The number kr is called the real part of k, and ki the imaginary part. Odishaw, making it the same as before. Odishaw, 3. See the example below demonstarting the same. A vector in third dimension can also be represented using a spike diagram showing all the dimensions like what has been done above in two dimension.

Even in more than three dimension the same spike diagram shows the very dimensions S. Blinder, Consider the diagram below showing the vector in the third dimension. For example, x can be defined as i divided by the number of dimensions. Spikes in a spike diagram becomes the function f x : In such a case, we can draw a spike diagram without showing the spikes.

Consider the figure below, an example of spike diagram without spikes. They make it possible to calculate the length and magnitude of a vector; achieved simply by multiplying the given vector by itself and finding the square root. We can also check whether two vectors are orthogonal. If, for instance, the resulting dot product is zero, then the vectors are orthogonal. In this subsection, the dot product is defined for complex vectors and functions.

To get the dot product, multiply each component with the same index i together and get the summation. See the illustration below. Consider the multiplication of two vectors giving a dot product.

This can be shown on a diagram as the one shown below. The reason behind it is that it terms of i f2 are not always positive numbers. A conjugate has no effect on such a vector. In this case, we define the inner product just like in the case of vectors, take the values at the same x-position, multiply them together, and sum them up.

They are the generalization of matrices. In a set sum of magnitudes, a matrix A will transform any random vector v into a different vector.

A function can be transformed from one function to another using operators; the example below illustrates the same. You should note that the operators that we are interested in quantum mathematics are linear operators.

If you increase a function f by a factor, Af; the function increases by that same factor. Consider a nonzero vector known as an eigenvector of a matrix A if. The multiple given by a is known as the eigenvalue it is just a number. A function sin 2x is shown in red. Therefore sin 2x is not an eigenfunction of the first derivative operator.

Eigenfunctions like ex are not very common in quantum mathematics since they become very large with large x, which typically in-turn does not describe physical situations H.

Odishaw, If an operator can be flipped over to appear in its inner product side then it is said to be Hermitian. A second order linear Hermitian operator satisfies the equation; S. Blinder, Is a self-adjoining having the following boundaries. In this operator denotes a complex conjugate.

If Hermitian operators have the real eigenvalues, orthogonal eigenfunction, and the corresponding eigenfunctions makes a complete biorthogonal system, then is linear in second order. In this sense, is Hermitian if the boundary gives sufficiently strong disappearing near infinity.

Consider the following equation; S. If the eigenvalues are degenerate, the eigenfunctions are not necessarily orthogonal. Now using. But if and only if , so 18 for a non-trivial eigenfunction. The observable must therefore have a corresponding Hermitian operator.

Furthermore, 19 20 Since. Then 21 For i. Basic Idea of Quantum Mathematics 4. A good example is Newtonian graph of a particle mass m; see the figure below. The following does not exist as per this figure. A numerical position for the particle as explained by Newtonian theory simply does not exist. Hughes, 2. A linear momentum or numerical velocity for the particle as explained by physic does not exist. Hughes, What exist according to quantum mathematics is wave function.

This is called the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. This means their combined effect will be same whatever order they are applied. The uncertainty principle for simultaneous measurement of two observables A and B is determined by their commutator. The Operators of Quantum mathematics The old Newtonian physics explains using numerical quantities such as; position, momentum, energy,.. The operators described in this section are the key to quantum mathematics. Only eigenvalues As defined above an operator is a generalization of the concept of a function.

Most applications to chemistry involve systems containing several particles- electrons and nuclei in atoms and molecules. Blinder, Recalling Equation 1 , an operator acting on a function gives another function.

The special case 8 occurs when the second function is a multiple of the first. Statistical selection The main technical part is selecting a correct operator to collapse. This is because the wave function before measurement is made up of many different eigenfunctions; therefore, to determine eigenfunction produced is the only tricky part. In this case, considering orthodox interpretation that nature contains mysterious random number generator. Based on the result one eigenfunctions will be selected.

A Particle Confined Inside a Pipe In this section, I have demonstrated a general procedure for quantum systems using a real life example as an elementary tool.

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MathOverflow is a question and answer site for professional mathematicians. It only takes a minute to sign up. If a mathematician who doesn't know much about the physicist's jargon and conventions had the curiosity to learn how the so called Standard Model of particle physics, including SUSY works, where should s he have a look to? References if they exist! For the standard model , and in particular for its representation-theoretic aspects which are crucial , I would refer you to the excellent recent article by John Baez and John Huerta from the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society which can be found here:.

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Quantum field theory: a tourist guide for mathematicians Gerald B. Folland Publisher: American Mathematical Society. The idea comes from the attempts to merge Quantum field theory attempts to look at space as another field that point particles move through. He quantized the gravitational field, and developed a general theory of quantum field theories with dynamical constraints, which forms the basis of the gauge theories and superstring theories of today.

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