Geometry of Quantum Mechanics
by Ingemar Bengtsson
Publisher: Stockholms universitet, Fysikum 1998
Number of pages: 118
These are the lecture notes from a graduate course in the geometry of quantum mechanics. The idea was to introduce the mathematics in its own right, but not to introduce anything that is not directly relevant to the subject.
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