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de Gosson, M.A. (2014) Born-Jordan Quantization and the Equivalence of the Schrodinger and Heisenberg pictures. Foundations of Physics, 44, 1096.

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  • TITLE: Canonical Transformations, Quantization, Mutually Unbiased and Other Complete Bases

    AUTHORS: Donald J. Kouri, Cameron L. Williams, Nikhil Pandya

    KEYWORDS: Canonical Transformations, Quantization, Mutually Unbiased Bases, Complete Bases

    JOURNAL NAME: Applied Mathematics, Vol.8 No.7, July 12, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Using ideas based on supersymmetric quantum mechanics, we design canonical transformations of the usual position and momentum to create generalized “Cartesian-like” positions, W, and momenta, Pw , with unit Poisson brackets. These are quantized by the usual replacement of the classical , x Px by quantum operators, leading to an infinite family of potential “operator observables”. However, all but one of the resulting operators are not Hermitian (formally self-adjoint) in the original position representation. Using either the chain rule or Dirac quantization, we show that the resulting operators are “quasi-Hermitian” relative to the x-representation and that all are Hermitian in the W-representation. Depending on how one treats the Jacobian of the canonical transformation in the expression for the classical momentum, Pw , quantization yields a) continuous mutually unbiased bases (MUB), b) orthogonal bases (with Dirac delta normalization), c) biorthogonal bases (with Dirac delta normalization), d) new W-harmonic oscillators yielding standard orthonormal bases (as functions of W) and associated coherent states and Wigner distributions. The MUB lead to W-generalized Fourier transform kernels whose eigenvectors are the W-harmonic oscillator eigenstates, with the spectrum (±1,±i) , as well as “W-linear chirps”. As expected, W,Pw satisfy the uncertainty product relation: ΔWΔPw ≥1/2 , h=1.