1.- The hilbert space approach does not include distributions (free particle, for example) nor mixed states.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

2.- The C* algebra approach does not account for unbounded operators.

3.- Rigged Hilbert space approach does not include mixed states.

I'm not sure about path integral formulation... so I ask.... What is the most general mathematical framework for quantum mechanics

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