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Universal notion of classicality based on ontological framework

@inproceedings{Sarkar2021UniversalNO,
  title={Universal notion of classicality based on ontological framework},
  author={Shubhayan Sarkar},
  year={2021}
}
Existence of physical reality in the classical world is a well-established fact from day-to-day observations. However within quantum theory, it is not straightforward to reach such a conclusion. A framework to analyse how observations can be described using some physical states of reality in a theory independent way was recently developed, known as ontological framework. Different principles when imposed on the ontological level give rise to different observations in physical experiments. Using… 
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