Feynman formulas as a method of averaging random Hamiltonians
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We propose a method for finding the mathematical expectation of random unbounded operators in a Hilbert space. The method is based on averaging random one-parameter semigroups by means of the Feynman-Chernoff formula. We also consider an application of this method to the description of various operations that assign quantum Hamiltonians to the classical Hamilton functions.
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