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    Why all operators in QM have a Hermitian Matrices

    yes,when I asked the question I mean a physical operator like a Hamiltonian.... maybe I must be clear enough in my question. Hermitian is used because its have a real eigenvalue that is right.... Thanks
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    Why all operators in QM have a Hermitian Matrices

    yes so all operators have a self-adjoint Matrices, which operator can be Represented as anti-Hermitian operators?
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    Why all operators in QM have a Hermitian Matrices

    Why all operators in QM have a Hermitian Matrices ?
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    What is the differene between Rigid Hilbert Space and Hilbert Space?

    Thank you very much Tom.Stoer , indeed I also found the following text about Rigged Hilbert Space by Arno Bohm, The Rigged Hilbert Space and Quantum Mechanics.
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    What is the differene between Rigid Hilbert Space and Hilbert Space?

    What is the differene between Rigid Hilbert Space and Hilbert Space?
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    Cosmic Strings?

    Hi Cosmic strings are one dimensional objects which have an very intensive energy confined in small string, which make the space -time around it very fuzzy. ( Perturbed ) It is a long subject you can start with this overview by Kibble http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9411342 and then see the title...
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    Schools Choosing between Universities for Physics undergrad

    I think Berkeley is better than U of T in the field of physics, however you also need a comfortable place which you can found your best advisor and colleagues.
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    Does quantum mechanics partially supply its own interpretation?

    QM is an approximation tool but strong in the same time, the philosophical implications to QM is much harder to be described to us by our life experience, we have two explanations to QM, one is CI and second is Many Worlds interpretation, I suggested the following title...
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    Effective field theory and Wilson's renormalization group

    references on Effective field theory Hello, if you interested on Effective Field theory then look at titles below References on Effective Field theory 1- Georgi, Effective Field theory www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~hgeorgi/review.pdf 2-A. Pich, http://arxiv.org/pdf/hep-ph/9806303 3-video...
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    Spontaneusly broken R-symmetry

    See Luty`s lecture on SUSY Breaking, http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0509029 also take a look at the beautiful lectures by Nathan Seiberg at http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0702069
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    Effective field theory and Wilson's renormalization group

    Hi see the following lecture by Rothstein TASI Lectures on Effective Field Theories this lecture can be downloaded via the link arxiv.org/pdf/hep-ph/0308266
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    N=4 Susy for dummies

    take a look at "TASI Lectures: Introduction to the AdS/CFT Correspondence" by Klebanov http://arxiv.org/pdf/hep-ph/0308266
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    N=4 Susy for dummies

    the overview which mentioned by Blechman is, indeed the best text on the subject, also see this lectures by Polchinski" Introduction to Gauge/Gravity Duality" http://arxiv.org/abs/1010.6134
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    Schools Physics - Imperial College London vs Durham University

    Hi, I think that depends on your research area, you must looking for appropriate advisor, because all your works will be with him/her. imperial College occupied a prestigious position in the academic level . you want first to looking for your best advisor and research group and after...
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    Schools Physics - Imperial College London vs Durham University

    Hi, I think that depends on your research area, you must looking for appropriate advisor, because all your works will be with him/her. imperial College occupied a prestigious position in the academic level . you want first to looking for your best advisor and research group and after that...
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