Andrei Yur'evich Khrennikov
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Quantum mechanics and violation ofthe sure-thing principle: the use of probability interference andother concepts
Creating a rigorous mathematical theory of randomness is far from being complete, even in the classical case. Probability and Randomness: Quantum versus Classical rectifies this and introduces… Continue Reading
In this paper we consider the problem of finding the roots of p-adic functions. In the case, where the function is defined by a polynomial with integer p-adic coefficients, using Hensel's lifting… Continue Reading
In quantum physics there are well-known situations when measurements of the same property in different contexts (under different conditions) have the same probability distribution but cannot be… Continue Reading
Bell's inequality: Nonlocality, ``death of reality,'' or incompatibility of random variables?
This Theme Issue is devoted to selected papers from work presented at the conference ‘Quantum probability and the mathematical modelling of decision-making’ held at the Fields Institute for Research… Continue Reading
In this paper we would like to stress that, besides two commonly discussed conditions inducing violation of Bell’s inequality—nonlocality and death of realism—there is the third condition having the… Continue Reading
It is not intuitive to accept that there exists a link between quantum physical systems and cognitive systems. However, recent research has shown that cognitive systems and collective (social) syst… Continue Reading