Re: Calculus in Dirac Notation

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• Subject: [mg101642] Re: Calculus in Dirac Notation
• From: "Sjoerd C. de Vries" <sjoerd.c.devries at gmail.com>
• Date: Sun, 12 Jul 2009 05:50:27 -0400 (EDT)
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```This is the Quantum package by Francisco Delgado, isn't it? On his
website he writes:

Perhaps you should try that. And reading the manual may help as well.
>From a cursory reading of the documentation I get the expression that
you're not following the conventions of the package at all.

Cheers -- Sjoerd

On Jul 11, 5:26 am, "H.Z.Jooya" <h.z.jo... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Calling "Quantum Notation"
>
> Let
>
> i : Imaginary Unit
> h : Reduced Planck Constant
> t : Time
> PD : Partial Derivative Operator with respect to t
> H : Operator
>
> H = i h PD
>
> f = < a[t] | H | b[t] >
>
> J = Integrate [ f , { t, o , T} ]
>
> I get an error when I am trying to get partial derivative of J with respe=
ct
> to a[t] and b[t]
>
> D[ J , a[t] ]   ------------ Results in ------------>   Integrate  =
[ | i h
> b'[t] >  *zz080Bra'* [a[t]]  ,  { t , 0 , T } ]
>
> I would be appreciated if you could let me have your advice that how I ca=
n
> solve this problem.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Jooya

```

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