The Theory of the Universal Wave Function

@inproceedings{Everett2015TheTO,
  title={The Theory of the Universal Wave Function},
  author={Hugh Everett},
  year={2015}
}
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  • O. Stoica
  • Physics, Mathematics
    Physical Review A
  • 2019
One of the major concerns of Schrodinger, Lorentz, Einstein, and many others about the wavefunction is that it is defined on the $3\mathbf{N}$-dimensional configuration space, rather than on the
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