Continuum quantum systems as limits of discrete quantum systems : II. State functions
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General
Institute of Physics Publishing Ltd.
4673 - 4682
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In this second of four papers on the eponymous topic, pointwise convergence of a 'discrete' state function to a 'continuum' state function is shown to imply the algebraic criterion for convergence that was introduced in the prequel. As examples (and as a prerequisite for the sequels), the normal approximation theorem and the convergence of the Kravchuk functions to the Hermite-Gaussians are expressed in terms of the algebraic notion of convergence.