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$$

A \oplus B

$$

where A and B are sets

A \oplus B

$$

where A and B are sets

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$$

A \oplus B

$$

where A and B are sets

A \oplus B

$$

where A and B are sets

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Actually, yes, in the context it was used the sets in question are subspaces of a vector space.

The context is page 137 here http://perso.crans.org/lecomtev/articles/Brian_Hall_Quantum_Theory_for_Mathematicians_2013.pdf [Broken]

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Actually, yes, in the context it was used the sets in question are subspaces of a vector space.

The context is page 137 here http://perso.crans.org/lecomtev/articles/Brian_Hall_Quantum_Theory_for_Mathematicians_2013.pdf [Broken]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilbert_space#Direct_sums

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Thank you. This is likely what was meant

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