Quantum Calculus

Quantum calculus, sometimes called calculus without limits, is equivalent to traditional infinitesimal calculus without the notion of limits. It defines "q-calculus" and "h-calculus". h ostensibly stands for Planck's constant while q stands for quantum. The two parameters are related by the formula

where is the reduced Planck constant.

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Quantum Calculus - History
... The h-calculus is just the calculus of finite differences, which had been studied by George Boole and others, and has proven useful in a number of ... The q-calculus, while dating in a sense back to Leonhard Euler and Carl Gustav Jacobi, is only recently beginning to see more usefulness in quantum ...

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