# Structure behind Mechanics I: Foundation

@article{Ono1999StructureBM, title={Structure behind Mechanics I: Foundation}, author={T. Ono}, journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics}, year={1999} }

This paper proposes a basic theory on physical reality and a new foundation for quantum mechanics and classical mechanics. It presents a scenario not only to solve the problem of the arbitrariness on the operator ordering for the quantization procedure, but also to clarify how the classical-limit occurs. This paper is the first of the three papers into which the previous paper quant-ph/9906130 has been separated for readability.

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