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what would be your standard Ref. for algebraic approach to quantum theory (algebras, states, folia, etc.)? Haag or there is something better?

Beyond the standard things, I'm interested in two aspects of algebraic theory when applied to non-relativistic MECHANICS:

i) Classical limit. Is there anything like that? Commutative algebras => Gelfand-Naimark theorem and measures?

ii) Relation to noncommutative topology (states and noncommutative measures, etc.)

Thanks for any input,

jarek

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