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We say that something is symmetric if there is some transformation we can perform on that object that leaves some property unchanged. The set of symmetry transformations of an object form a group, and the name of this group is used as the name of the symmetry of the object.

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Do Feynman path integrals satisfy Bell locality assumption?

There are generally two basic ways to solve physics models: Asymmetric, e.g. Euler-Lagrange equation in CM, Schrödinger equation in QM. We can imagine boundary condition are e.g. in $t_0 = -\infty$, ...