ABOUT POSITION MEASUREMENTS WHICH DO NOT SHOW THE BOHMIAN PARTICLE POSITION

@inproceedings{Vaidman1996ABOUTPM,
  title={ABOUT POSITION MEASUREMENTS WHICH DO NOT SHOW THE BOHMIAN PARTICLE POSITION},
  author={Lev Vaidman},
  year={1996}
}
We were excited by the results we obtained in the framework of two-state vector formalism about weak measurements (Aharonov and Vaidman 1990) and we were trying to understand these results using Bohm's causal interpretation (Bohm 1952). Both Bohm's theory and the two-state vector formalism yield the same predictions for the results of experiments as the standard quantum theory. Therefore, clearly, there cannot be a technical contradiction between these two approaches. However, it is a… CONTINUE READING

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