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Quantum equilibrium and the origin of absolute uncertainty

- D. Dürr, S. Goldstein, N. Zanghí
- Physics
- 1 June 1992

The quantum formalism is a “measurement” formalism-a phenomenological formalism describing certain macroscopic regularities. We argue that it can be regarded, and best be understood, as arising from… Expand

Bohmian Mechanics: The Physics and Mathematics of Quantum Theory

Classical Physics.- Symmetry.- Chance.- Brownian motion.- The Beginning of Quantum Theory.- Schrodinger's Equation.- Bohmian Mechanics.- The Macroscopic World.- Nonlocality.- The Wave Function and… Expand

The Ontology of Bohmian Mechanics

- M. Esfeld, Mario Hubert, Dustin Lazarovici, D. Dürr
- PhilosophyThe British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
- 5 June 2014

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The Onsager-Machlup function as Lagrangian for the most probable path of a diffusion process

By application of the Girsanov formula for measures induced by diffusion processes with constant diffusion coefficients it is possible to define the Onsager-Machlup function as the Lagrangian for the… Expand

Can Bohmian mechanics be made relativistic?

- D. Dürr, S. Goldstein, T. Norsen, W. Struyve, N. Zanghí
- PhysicsProceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical…
- 5 July 2013

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On the Role of Density Matrices in Bohmian Mechanics

- D. Dürr, S. Goldstein, R. Tumulka, N. Zanghí
- Physics
- 19 November 2003

It is well known that density matrices can be used in quantum mechanics to represent the information available to an observer about either a system with a random wave function (“statistical mixture”)… Expand

Quantum Equilibrium and the Role of Operators as Observables in Quantum Theory

- D. Dürr, S. Goldstein, N. Zanghí
- Physics
- 6 August 2003

Bohmian mechanics is arguably the most naively obvious embedding imaginable of Schrödinger's equation into a completely coherent physical theory. It describes a world in which particles move in a… Expand

A mechanical model of Brownian motion

- D. Dürr, S. Goldstein, J. Lebowitz
- Mathematics, Physics
- 1981

We consider a dynamical system consisting of one large massive particle and an infinite number of light point particles. We prove that the motion of the massive particle is, in a suitable limit,… Expand

Remarks on the central limit theorem for weakly dependent random variables

- D. Dürr, S. Goldstein
- Mathematics
- 1986

to a normal law. A sequence {mi]i~ ~ of random variables adapted to some increasing family of ~-algebras (~}ia~ are called martingale differences if E(mi+11~) = O for all i. The first one to observe… Expand

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