## Overview

- Detailed presentation of an original approach to the theory of quantum integrable systems
- With a broad introduction to the general relation between classical and quantum mechanics
- Highlights Examples to illustrate the theory and Observations with the most important messages
- Accessible to physicists as well as mathematicians

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## About this book

The first goal of the book is to develop of a common, coordinate free formulation of classical and quantum Hamiltonian mechanics, framed in common mathematical language.

In particular, a coordinate free model of quantum Hamiltonian systems in Riemannian spaces is formulated, based on the mathematical idea of deformation quantization, as a complete physical theory with an appropriate mathematical accuracy.

The second goal is to develop of a theory which allows for a deeper understanding of classical and quantum integrability. For this reason the modern separability theory on both classical and quantum level is presented. In particular, the book presents a modern geometric separability theory, based on bi-Poissonian and bi-presymplectic representations of finite dimensional Liouville integrable systems and their admissible separable quantizations.

The book contains also a generalized theory of classical Stäckel transforms and the discussion of the concept of quantum trajectories.

In order to make the text consistent and self-contained, the book starts with a compact overview of mathematical tools necessary for understanding the remaining part of the book. However, because the book is dedicated mainly to physicists, despite its mathematical nature, it refrains from highlighting definitions, theorems or lemmas.

Nevertheless, all statements presented are either proved or the reader is referred to the literature where the proof is available.

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## Keywords

- deformation quantization
- geometric deformation
- separability theory
- bosonic systems
- quantum integrability
- Riemannian spaces
- Liouville integrable systems
- linear tensor algebra
- tensor fields
- Lie derivative
- symplectic manifolds
- Hamilton Jacobi theory
- Staeckel systems
- Classical integrable systems
- Quantum integrable systems
- Integrable systems
- Quantum trajectory

## Table of contents (8 chapters)

## Reviews

“The exposition is self-contained, intended for post-graduated and researchers in physics or mathematics. The book is clearly written and it is up to date with the research in the field, including a rich section of references.” (Giovanni Rastelli, zbMATH 1435.81005, 2020)

## Authors and Affiliations

## Bibliographic Information

Book Title: Quantum versus Classical Mechanics and Integrability Problems

Book Subtitle: towards a unification of approaches and tools

Authors: Maciej Błaszak

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-18379-0

Publisher: Springer Cham

eBook Packages: Physics and Astronomy, Physics and Astronomy (R0)

Copyright Information: Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019

Hardcover ISBN: 978-3-030-18378-3Published: 24 June 2019

Softcover ISBN: 978-3-030-18381-3Published: 14 August 2020

eBook ISBN: 978-3-030-18379-0Published: 11 June 2019

Edition Number: 1

Number of Pages: XIII, 460

Topics: Quantum Physics, Mathematical Physics, Classical Mechanics