Does the minimal statistical interpretation of quantum mechanics resolve the measurement problem?
methodology and science
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It is argued that the so-called minimal statistical interpretation of quantum mechanics does not completely resolve the measurement problem in that this view is unable to show that quantum mechanics can dispense with classical physics when it comes to a treatment of the measuring interaction. It is suggested that the view that quantum mechanics applies to individual systems should not be too hastily abandoned, in that this view gives perhaps the best hope of leading to a version of quantum mechanics which does provide a complete solution to the measurement problem.
|Title:||Does the minimal statistical interpretation of quantum mechanics resolve the measurement problem?|
|Keywords:||statistical interpretation of quantum mechanics, quantum theory applied to the individual system, quantum measurement problem, probabilistic micro realist version of quantum theory|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences
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