I read in an article that a quantum field is one where every point in the field is defined by an imaginary number. If you square the imaginary number you get a wave function. But can a three dimensional field be defined by a set of points, finite or infinite? Does it mean a field characterized by an array of points? What kind of an array would characterize a field? How resolved would it have to be?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Simple question about fields

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