Quantum-Like Representation of Macroscopic Configurations

@inproceedings{Khrennikov2007QuantumLikeRO,
  title={Quantum-Like Representation of Macroscopic Configurations},
  author={Andrei Khrennikov},
  booktitle={QI},
  year={2007}
}
The aim of this paper is to use a contextual probabilistic model (in the spirit of Mackey, Gudder, Ballentine) to represent and to generalize some results of quantum logic on macroscopic quantum-like (QL) behaviour. The crucial point is that our model provides the QL-representation of macroscopic configurations in terms of complex probability amplitudes --- wave functions of such configurations. Thus, instead of the language of propositions which is common in quantum logic, we use the language… CONTINUE READING

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