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A Realistic Deterministic Quantum Theory Using Borelian-Normal Numbers

  title={A Realistic Deterministic Quantum Theory Using Borelian-Normal Numbers},
Motivated by studies of the predictability of turbulent fluids, the elements of a deterministic quantum theory are developed, which reformulates and extends standard quantum theory. The proposed theory is ‘realistic’ in the sense that in it, a general M -level quantum state is represented by a single real number 0 ≤ r ≤ 1, rather than by an element of a Hilbert space over the complex numbers. Surprising as it may seem, this real number contains the same probabilistic information as the element… 

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