Hilbert space

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After German mathematician David Hilbert (1862–1943).

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Hilbert space (plural Hilbert spaces)

  1. (functional analysis) A generalized Euclidean space in which mathematical functions take the place of points; crucial to the understanding of quantum mechanics and other applications.

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