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I have been looking over a number of papers by Alexey Kryukov and I have some questions. I have been in some brief correspondence with him about some of my questions but I wanted to ask the forums.

Consider this paper

http://depts.uwc.edu/math/faculty/kryukov/files/IARD2008.pdf" [Broken]

one of my main questions is that in his approach he identifies quantum states with members of [itex]\mathbb{R}^4[/itex]. This formalism is generalized to curved manifolds. However, [itex]x_\alpha[/itex] does not transform covariantly for arbitrary curved manifolds. I'm worried that the identification will imply the state vectors do not transform correctly either.

Thanks,

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