A remark on Fuchs' bayesian interpretation of quantum mechanics

@article{Palge2008ARO,
  title={A remark on Fuchs' bayesian interpretation of quantum mechanics},
  author={V. Palge and T. Konrad},
  journal={Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics},
  year={2008},
  volume={39},
  pages={273-287}
}
  • V. Palge, T. Konrad
  • Published 2008
  • Physics
  • Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics
  • Abstract Quantum mechanics is a theory whose foundations spark controversy to this day. Although many attempts to explain the underpinnings of the theory have been made, none has been unanimously accepted as satisfactory. Fuchs has recently claimed that the foundational issues can be resolved by interpreting quantum mechanics in the light of quantum information. The view proposed is that quantum mechanics should be interpreted along the lines of the subjective Bayesian approach to probability… CONTINUE READING
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