**Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics**

by Valter Moretti

**Publisher**: arXiv 2015**Number of pages**: 101

**Description**:

The author reviews the formulation of Quantum Mechanics, and quantum theories in general, from a mathematically advanced viewpoint, essentially based on the orthomodular lattice of elementary propositions, discussing some fundamental ideas, mathematical tools and theorems also related to the representation of physical symmetries.

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