A Consistent Quantum Ontology

@inproceedings{Griffiths2011ACQ,
  title={A Consistent Quantum Ontology},
  author={Robert B. Griffiths},
  year={2011}
}
The (consistent or decoherent) histories interpretation provides a consistent realistic ontology for quantum mechanics, based on two main ideas. First, a logic (system of reasoning) is employed which is compatible with the Hilbert-space structure of quantum mechanics as understood by von Neumann: quantum properties and their negations correspond to subspaces and their orthogonal complements. It employs a special (single framework) syntactical rule to construct meaningful quantum expressions… CONTINUE READING
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