We propose a deformed version of the commutation rule introduced in 1967 by Buchdahl to describe a particular model of the truncated harmonic oscillator. The rule we consider is defined on a N-dimensional Hilbert space H N , and produces two biorthogonal bases of H N which are eigenstates of the Hamiltonians h=[Formula presented](q 2 +p 2 ), and of its adjoint h † . Here q and p are non-Hermitian operators obeying [q,p]=i(1−Nk), where k is a suitable orthogonal projection operator. These eigenstates are connected by ladder operators constructed out of q, p, q † and p † . Some examples are discussed.
|Numero di pagine||7|
|Rivista||PHYSICS LETTERS A|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2018|
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