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Good linear algebra/representation theory based intro to QM other than Woit?

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There is Hall's "Quantum theory for mathematicians".
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If you are just interested in representations and not that much into QM, I'd suggest Fulton-Harris.
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I would suggest "Harmonic analysis in phase space" by Folland. It talks about the relevant representation theory to QM for a little bit.
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My physics professor recommended Quantum Mechanics in Simple Matrix From by Jordan when I asked a similar question.
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I was thinking of Georgi's book, but that isn't an intro to QM book. It's aimed at particle physicists.
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Hmmm. Maybe Sakurai?
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You are misguided if you look for rigor in physics.

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