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On the EPR paradox and local causality principle

  title={On the EPR paradox and local causality principle},
  author={Zbigniew Zimpel},
Formulas for calculating the joint probability of outcomes of measurements performed on mutually non-interacting component systems of a combined system prepared in an entangled state are presented. The formulas are based on non-relativistic quantum mechanics. An interpretation of the joint probability which conforms to the principle of local causality is proposed. The joint probability of outcomes of spin measurements performed on the well-known system of two spatially separated spin-1/2… 
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