Suppose we make a transformation from Minkowski space to another coordinate system. What does it mean to say that the two spaces are unitarily equivalent? I have often seen the comment that if the vacuum in one coordinate system is still the vacuum after the transformation, then the two spaces are unitarily equivalent. How does this result relate to unitary equivalence?


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