Has anyone tried to make physical theories where the derivatives do not commute?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I mean there's a condition on the derivatives of every function for them to commute which is learnt in first year calculus.

I mean in QM and QFT we grew accustomed to operators that do not commute, so why not also for differential operators?

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# Commutation of derivatives.

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