On quasi-equivalence of quasifree states of the canonical commutation relations. (English) Zbl 0505.46052


46L60 Applications of selfadjoint operator algebras to physics
81T05 Axiomatic quantum field theory; operator algebras
46L30 States of selfadjoint operator algebras
81S05 Commutation relations and statistics as related to quantum mechanics (general)
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