The logic of quantum mechanics

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Addison-Wesley, Advanced Book Program, 1981 - Mathematics - 305 pages
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Contents

Physical Quantities
14
Spin and Motion
30
Superselection Rules
45
Dynamical Evolution
52
Compound Systems
61
Elementary Analysis of the Measurement Process
77
Mathematical Structures Emerging from the HilbertSpace
87
BASIC STRUCTURES IN THE DESCRIPTION
93
Superpositions of States and Closure Spaces
191
TransitionProbability Spaces and Quantum Systems
199
On the ConvexSet Approach
208
Introduction to a Quantum Logic
217
RECONSTRUCTION OF HILBERTSPACE QUANTUM
227
Dynamics
249
Composition of Physical Systems
256
HiddenVariable Theories and Gleasons Theorem
265

Probability Measures on Orthomodular Posets
111
Characterization of Commutativity
125
States and Propositions of a Physical System
137
QuantumMechanical Features in Terms of the Logic
152
On the HiddenVariables Issue
171
PropositionState Structure and Idealized
177
Introduction to Quantum Probability Theory
277
TraceClass Operators
291
Proofs for Chapter 11
297
Subject Index
303
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