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- G. Di Bene
- 1997

The new concept of quantum reference systems is introduced, and a corresponding new foundation of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics is given in terms of a set of postulates. The resulting theory gives an explanation for the measurement without assuming an a priori classical background. Schrödinger’s cat paradox and the EinsteinPodolsky-Rosen paradox gain… (More)

- Marcello Chiaberge, G. Di Bene, +4 authors Leonardo Maria Reyneri
- IWANN
- 1995

1 This paper presents a new technique for the design of real-time controllers based on a hybrid approach which integrates several control strategies, such as intelligent controllers (e.g., arti cial neural networks, fuzzy systems), traditional linear controllers, nite state automata. An integrated programming environment, called EL-SIM, is also presented,… (More)

1 During the last years, in the eld of \intelligent control" [1], several methodologies have shown up, like fuzzy, neural and genetic control, providing for the rst time practical solutions for nonlinear control problems, or supplying better or at least alternative solutions for some classic problems. Each of these new approaches has its own advantages and… (More)

- G. Di Bene, Daniela Oltean
- Revista de chirurgie, oncologie, radiologie, o. r…
- 1974

- G. Di Bene, Del Bene, O Stătescu, Agnes V Klein
- Stomatologia
- 1968

- O Stătescu, G. Di Bene, T Orheianu
- Stomatologia
- 1965

- G. Di Bene
- 2008

A new theory is proposed offering a consistent conceptual basis for nonrelativistic quantum mechanics. The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) paradox is solved and the violation of Bell’s inequality is explained by maintaining realism, inductive inference and Einstein separability.

- G. Di Bene
- 2000

The status of locality in quantum mechanics is analyzed from a nonstandard point of view. It is assumed that quantum states are relative in the sense that they depend on and are defined with respect to some bigger physical system which contains the former system as a subsystem. Hence, the bigger system acts as a reference system. It is shown that quantum… (More)

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