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An Introduction to Theories of Integration over Function Spaces

  • L. Streit
Part of the Supplementa book series (FEWBODY, volume 2/1965)

Abstract

To begin with let me say some words about what the talk I am going to give is aiming at. In theoretical physics one happens again and again and in a great variety of fields upon functional formulations. The idea to use functional calculus for the description of physical systems depending on an infinite number of variables dates back to a paper written already in 1914 by Volterra [Volterra 1914], where he proposed to make use of a functional formulation for the dynamics of many particle systems and continuous media.

Keywords

Hilbert Space Function Space Functional Calculus Separable Hilbert Space Feynman Integral 
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  • L. Streit
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  1. 1.Universität HamburgGermany

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