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Schrödinger's wave mechanics is the standard formulation
of quantum mechanics used in most introductory textbooks.
It is formulated in configuration
space
using a description
of states (wave functions) and physical quantities (operators)
very different from that of classical systems.
It can be reformulated in many ways which give rise
to different interpretations of quantum mechanics.

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