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• CommentAuthorTim_van_Beek
• CommentTimeJun 21st 2010

As a small step towards more information about representations of operator algebras and their physical interpretation in AQFT, I extraced states from operator algebras and added Fell’s theorem. This is a theorem that is often cited in the literature, but most times not with any specific name (often with no reference, either). But I think it is both justified and usefule to call it Fell’s theorem :-)

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• CommentAuthorUrs
• CommentTimeJun 21st 2010

Nice. I think it is about time now to create a floating table of contents for the topics AQFT and/or operator algebra. What do you think?

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• CommentAuthorTim_van_Beek
• CommentTimeJun 21st 2010

Ok, I can try to figure out how to do this - you already explained it in another thread, if I remember correctly.

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• CommentAuthorUrs
• CommentTimeJun 21st 2010

add these lines

   <div class="rightHandSide toc">
[[!include AQFT and operator algebra contents]]
</div>


to the beginning of the source code of any entry that shall display the floating TOC

(see source of Fell’s theorem for an example)

to edit the TOC itself go to AQFT and operator algebra contents and edit as you would with any other entry

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