Quantum Theory: Concepts and Methods

@article{Peres1993QuantumTC,
  title={Quantum Theory: Concepts and Methods},
  author={Asher Peres and Leslie Ballentine},
  journal={American Journal of Physics},
  year={1993},
  volume={63},
  pages={285-286}
}
Preface. Part I: Gathering the Tools. 1. Introduction to Quantum Physics. 2. Quantum Tests. 3. Complex Vector Space. 4. Continuous Variables. Part II: Cryptodeterminism and Quantum Inseparability. 5. Composite Systems. 6. Bell's Theorem. 7. Contextuality. Part III: Quantum Dynamics and Information. 8. Spacetime Symmetries. 9. Information and Thermodynamics. 10. Semiclassical Methods. 11. Chaos and Irreversibility. 12. The Measuring Process. Author Index. Subject Index. 
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