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suppose that at time t' our system is in the state [tex]| \psi(t')\rangle[/tex]

The probability for the system to be in the state [tex]| \phi\rangle[/tex] at the time t'' is the norm of

[tex]\langle \phi| \psi(t'')\rangle[/tex]

This in the Schrodinger picture. But how i can write the same thing in the Heisenberg picture?

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# Probability amplitude in Heisenberg e Schrodinger pictures

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