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94) retains the same form. But in eq. 90) is therefore covariant under point transformations. Quantum dynamical theory is based on the following postulate: The temporal behavior of the operators representing the observables of a physical system is determined by the unfolding-in-time of a unitary transformation. ‘Time’ in the above postulate stands for the evolution time (the evolution parameter ). 99) We shall consider the case when Λ and the metric g µv are independent of . 101) which is the Schrödinger equation.

And yet, as far as the expectation values of certain operators are concerned, such as the energy–momentum are concerned, the predictions of both theories are the same; and this is all that matters. 184) The operators ψ † ( , x ) and ψ ( , x ) are creation and annihilation operators, respectively. 187) where f( , x ) is the wave function. 190) The spinless point particle 37 where f ( , x 1 , . . , x n ) is the wave function the n particles are spread with. 194) The most general state is a superposition of the states ⏐Ψ(n ) 〉 with definite numbers of particles.

190) The spinless point particle 37 where f ( , x 1 , . . , x n ) is the wave function the n particles are spread with. 194) The most general state is a superposition of the states ⏐Ψ(n ) 〉 with definite numbers of particles. , x n 〉 and ⏐p1, . 196) which assures that the norm of an arbitrary state ⏐Ψ〉 is always positive. We see that the formulation of the unconstrained relativistic quantum field theory goes along the same lines as the well known second quantization of a non-relativistic particle.