# Tagged Questions

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### A Theorem by Von Neumann, which pertains a product of two Hilbert Spaces

I'm writing my thesis on the EPR paradox (I want to continue my master degree in physics) but I'm having an unusual problem. One passage from the book I'm following at the moment justifies one ...

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### Cardinality of the set of Boolean subalgbras of the lattice of projections on a Hilbert space.

A simple question I've managed to gey myself quite confused about.
Given a Hilbert space H, what do we know about the cardinality of
(a) the set P(H) of projection operators onto H (equivalently, ...

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### Can one derive Wignerâ€™s theorem in the complex case from the real case?

Wigner's theorem states that every symmetry of complex Hilbert space is either unitary or anti-unitary, up to multiplication by a unit scalar function. Here $f:\mathcal{H} \rightarrow \mathcal{H}$ is ...

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### Continuous Measurement in Quantum Mechanics

Let $\mathcal{P}(S^{\infty})$ denote the set of probability measures on the unit sphere $S^{\infty} \subset \mathcal{H}$ in the Hilbert space of states of a quantum mechanical system. Measurement of ...

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### Simultaneous time-frequency concentration of orthonormal sequences?

Does there exist an orthonormal basis of square-integrable functions (either $L^2(\mathbb{R})$ or $L^2(\mathbb{C})$) such that the sequence of functions has bounded variance, and also the sequence ...