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The physical interpretation of quantum mechanics

@inproceedings{Dirac1942ThePI,
  title={The physical interpretation of quantum mechanics},
  author={Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac},
  year={1942}
}
Modern developments of atomic theory have required alterations in some of the most fundamental physical ideas. This has resulted in its being usually easier to discover the equations that describe some particular phenomenon than just how the equations are to be interpreted. The quantum mechanics of Heisenberg and Schrodinger was first worked out for a number of simple examples, from which a general mathematical scheme was constructed, and afterwards people were led to the general physical… 
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