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Quantum Theory: Concepts and Methods
Preface. Part I: Gathering the Tools. 1. Introduction to Quantum Physics. 2. Quantum Tests. 3. Complex Vector Space. 4. Continuous Variables. Part II: Cryptodeterminism and Quantum Inseparability. 5.Expand
When is a quantum measurement
The measurement of a quantum system is not consummated until irreversible processes have destroyed all phase coherence between different possible outcomes of that measurement. It is inconsistent toExpand
Two simple proofs of the Kochen-Specker theorem
A new proof of the Kochen-Specker theorem uses 33 rays, instead of 117 in the original proof. If the number of dimensions is increased from 3 to 4, only 24 rays are needed.
Stability of quantum motion in chaotic and regular systems
The evolution of a quantum state is altered when a small perturbation is added to the Hamiltonian. As time progresses, the overlap of the perturbed and unperturbed states gives an indication of theExpand
Incompatible results of quantum measurements
Abstract Quantum theory is incompatible with the following propositions. (1) The result of the measurement of an operator A depends solely on A and on the system being measured. (2) If operators AExpand
Teleporting an unknown quantum state via dual classical and EPR channels
An unknown quantum state ji can be disassembled into, then later reconstructed from, purely classical information and purely nonclassical EPR correlations. To do so the sender, \Alice," and theExpand
Quantum Theory Needs No ‘Interpretation’
Purpose of this article is to stress the fact that Quantum Theory does not need an interpretation other than being an algorithm for computing probabilities associated with macroscopic phenomena andExpand
Unperformed experiments have no results
This paper discusses correlations between the results of measurements performed on physical systems which are widely separated, but have interacted in the past. It is shown that quantum correlationsExpand
Quantum Information and Relativity Theory
Quantum mechanics, information theory, and relativity theory are the basic foundations of theoretical physics. The acquisition of information from a quantum system is the interface of classical andExpand