It's my understanding that there is a direct correspondence between Schrodinger's wave equation and Heisenberg's matrix representations. I've always wanted to understand this equivalence but never really took the time to look into it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm just now getting back into re-learning Matrix or Linear Algebra, and I would like to learn how this fits in with Schrodinger's wave equation. Are there any good resources that address this specific issue? Especially showing introductory level problems that make a good correspondence between Schrodinger's equation and Matrix Algebra as Heisenberg was using it?

Thanks.

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# Shrodinger's Waves, and Heisenberg's Matrices

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