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Stochastic mechanics , hidden variables , and gravity

@inproceedings{Srnolin2005StochasticM,
  title={Stochastic mechanics , hidden variables , and gravity},
  author={Lee Srnolin},
  year={2005}
}

On the Stochastic Mechanics Foundation of Quantum Mechanics

Among the famous formulations of quantum mechanics, the stochastic picture developed since the middle of the last century remains one of the less known ones. It is possible to describe quantum

Stochastic emergent quantum gravity

  • J. Erlich
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Stochastic Mechanics Without Ad Hoc Quantization: Theory And Applications To Semiclassical Gravity

Quantum mechanics, in its standard formulations, is well-known to suffer from conceptual and technical problems such as the quantum measurement problem and what might be called the 'problem of

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Virtual Particle Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics - a non-dualistic model of QM with a natural probability interpretation

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Violation of the Bell-Inequality in Supercorrelated Systems

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Newtonian gravity in loop quantum gravity

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In recent years, the branching spacetime (BST) interpretation of quantum mechanics has come under study by a number of philosophers, physicists and mathematicians. This paper points out some

"Charge without Charge" in the Stochastic Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

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