# Do we understand quantum mechanics – finally?

@inproceedings{Frhlich2013DoWU, title={Do we understand quantum mechanics – finally?}, author={J{\"u}rg Fr{\"o}hlich and Baptiste Schubnel}, year={2013} }

After some historical remarks concerning Schroedinger's discovery of wave mechanics, we present a unified formalism for the mathematical description of classical and quantum-mechanical systems, utilizing elements of the theory of operator algebras. We then review some basic aspects of quantum mechanics and, in particular, of its interpretation. We attempt to clarify what Quantum Mechanics tells us about Nature when appropriate experiments are made. We discuss the importance of the mechanisms of… CONTINUE READING

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