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Classical and Quantum Intertwine

  title={Classical and Quantum Intertwine},
  author={Philippe Blanchard and Arkadiusz Jadczyk},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
Model interactions between classical and quantum systems are briey discussed. These include: general measurement-like couplings, Stern-Gerlach experiment, model of a counter, quantum Zeno eect, SQUID{tank model. 
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