Advanced Quantum Mechanics
by Freeman Dyson
Publisher: arXiv 2006
Number of pages: 149
Lecture notes by Professor F. J. Dyson for a course in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics given at Cornell University in the Fall of 1951 for the students who have had a course in classical mechanics and electrodynamics including special relativity, and a complete course in non-relativistic quantum theory.
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by Martin Plenio - Imperial College
This text introduces quantum mechanics from a more abstract point of view than a first quantum mechanics course. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the structure of quantum mechanics and of some of its key points.
by Curt A. Moyer - arXiv
The failure of conventional quantum theory to recognize time as an observable and to admit time operators is addressed. We emphasize the role of the Hamiltonian as the generator of translations in time to construct time states.
by M. De Sanctis - arXiv
By using the general concepts of special relativity and the requirements of quantum mechanics, Dirac equation is derived and studied. Only elementary knowledge of spin and rotations in quantum mechanics and standard linear algebra are required.
by Petr Hajicek - arXiv
The book gives a consequent and mathematical formulation to the interpretation of quantum mechanics that is often met among practical physicists. The book ought to be accessible to students that finished the standard course of quantum mechanics.