Quantum Measure Theory - Hamhalter, Jan
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This book has grown out of my research interests in the theory of oper ator algebras, orthomodular structures and mathematical foundations of quantum theory. It is based on a series of lectures on measure theory on nonboolean operator structures which I prepared for Ph. D. students in Workshops on Measure Theory and Real Analysis in Italy (Gorizia 1999, Grado 2001) and which I have delivered at the conferences of the Interna tional Quantum Structures Association in Berlin 1996, Cesena 2001, and Vienna 2002. I have worked on these subjects in the framework of Prague's Semi nar on Mathematical…mehr

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This book has grown out of my research interests in the theory of oper ator algebras, orthomodular structures and mathematical foundations of quantum theory. It is based on a series of lectures on measure theory on nonboolean operator structures which I prepared for Ph. D. students in Workshops on Measure Theory and Real Analysis in Italy (Gorizia 1999, Grado 2001) and which I have delivered at the conferences of the Interna tional Quantum Structures Association in Berlin 1996, Cesena 2001, and Vienna 2002. I have worked on these subjects in the framework of Prague's Semi nar on Mathematical Formalism of Quantum Theory founded by P. Ptak. Many results presented in the book were also obtained during my longer research stays abroad, in particular at the Department of Mathematics, Reading University, U. K. (1993) and at the Mathematical Institute of Er langen University, Germany (1996-1997, 2000 and 2003). Both the research activity and the work on the book was supported by a few international projects I participated in. I would like to acknowledge the support of European Community that supported my research stay in Reading University (Grant COST, Noncommutative Measure Theory and von Neumann Algebras, 1993). I am also very much grateful to the Alexan der von Humboldt Foundation, Bonn, for long-term support of my research and for awarding me the grants that enabled me work at Erlangen Uni versity in 1996-1997, 2000 and 2003.
  • Produktdetails
  • Fundamental Theories of Physics Vol.134
  • Verlag: Springer Netherlands
  • 2004
  • Seitenzahl: 420
  • Erscheinungstermin: 31. Oktober 2003
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 235mm x 155mm x 28mm
  • Gewicht: 801g
  • ISBN-13: 9781402017148
  • ISBN-10: 1402017146
  • Artikelnr.: 14057197
Inhaltsangabe
Preface.
1: Introduction.
2: Operator Algebras. 2.1. C -Algebras. 2.2. Von Neumann Algebras. 2.3. Jordan Algebras And Ordered Structures.
3: Gleason Theorem. 3.1. Reduction To Three-Dimensional Space. 3.2. Regularity Of Frame Functions On R3. 3.3. Boundedness Of Frame Functions. 3.4. Historical Remarks And Comments.
4: Completeness Criteria. 4.1. Functiona1 Completeness Criteria. 4.2. Algebraic Completeness Criteria. 4.3. Measure Theoretic Completeness Criteria. 4.4. Historical Remarks And Comments.
5: Generalized Gleason Theorem. 5.1. The Mackey-Gleason Problem. 5.2. Reduction To Scalar Quasi-Functionals. 5.3. Linear Extensions Of Measures On Type In Algebras. 5.4. Linear Extensions Of Measures On Infinite Algebras. 5.5. Linear Extensions Of Measures On Finite Algebras. 5.6. Historical Remarks And Comments.
6: Basic Principles Of Quantum Measure Theory. 6.1. Boundedness Of Completely Additive Measures. 6.2. Yosida-Hewitt Decompositions Of Quantum Measures. 6.3. Convergence Theorems. 6.4. Historical Remarks And Comments.
7: Applications Of Gleason Theorem. 7.1. Multiform Gleason Theorem And Decoherence. 7.2. Velocity Maps And Derivations. 7.3. Approximate Hidden Variables. 7.4. Historical Remarks And Comments.
8: Orthomorphisms Of Projections. 8.1. Orthomorphisms Of Projection Lattices. 8.2. Countable Additivity Of -Homomorphisms. 8.3. Historical Remarks And Comments.
9: Restrictions And Extensions Of States. 9.1. Restriction Properties Of Pure States. 9.2. Gleason Type Theorems For Quantum Logics. 9.3. Historical Remarks And Comments.
10: Jauch-Piron States. 10.1. Basic Properties Of Jauch States. 10.2. Nonsingularity Of Jauch-Piron States. 10.3. Countable Additivity Of States. 10.4. Historical Remarks And Comments.
11: Independence Of Quantum Systems. 11.1. Independence In Classical And Quantum Theory. 11.2. Independence Of C -Algebras. 11.3. Independence Of Von Neumann Algebras. 11.4. Historical Remarks And Comments.
Bibliography.
Index.