The map from classical mechanics to quantum mechanics that I’m talking about is described in my talk slides, but I’ll probably also talk about it in future posts. Then I want to do a lot of other things!

]]>I think I’m still unconvinced that one can construct a map from classical physics to quantum physics without butchering these concepts, but I’m looking forward to the next posts.

]]>Since Noetherâ€™s theorem applies in both settings, this implies that both quantization and projectivization send observables to observables […]

But how can a statement about symmetries yield information about observables? In general, most observables have nothing to do with symmetries.

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