Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (43)

Esfeld, Michael (2017) Why determinism in physics has no implications for free will. [Preprint]
Diósi, Lajos (2017) How to teach and think about spontaneous wave function collapse theories: not like before. [Preprint]
de Ronde, Christian (2013) Causality and the Modeling of the Measurement Process in Quantum Theory. [Preprint]
We are all too easily bamboozled by the quantum world's complexity – now artificial intelligence is venturing where human minds fear to go

Author(s): Seyyed M. H. Halataei

I present an explicit classical simulation of arbitrary quantum noise for quantum models in which one qubit interacts with a quantum bath. The classical model simulates the interaction of the bath and the qubit by random unitary evolutions. I show that any arbitrary quantum dynamics, including quant...
[Phys. Rev. A 96, 042338] Published Fri Oct 27, 2017

Author(s): René Schwonnek, Lars Dammeier, and Reinhard F. Werner

Quantifying quantum mechanical uncertainty is vital for the increasing number of experiments that reach the uncertainty limited regime. We present a method for computing tight variance uncertainty relations, i.e., the optimal state-independent lower bound for the sum of the variances for any set of ...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 170404] Published Fri Oct 27, 2017

Losada, Marcelo and Fortin, Sebastian and Holik, Federico (2017) Classical limit and quantum logic. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Author(s): J. Sperling and I. A. Walmsley

The dynamical behavior of interacting systems plays a fundamental role for determining quantum correlations, such as entanglement. In this Letter, we describe temporal quantum effects of the inseparable evolution of composite quantum states by comparing the trajectories to their classically correlat...
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 170401] Published Tue Oct 24, 2017

Fortin, Sebastian and Lombardi, Olimpia (2017) Interpretation and decoherence: a contribution to the debate Vasallo & Esfeld vs Crull. [Preprint]
François, Jordan (2017) Artificial vs Substantial Gauge Symmetries: a Criterion and an Application to the Electroweak Model. [Preprint]
Fraser, James D. (2017) The Renormalization Group and the Formulation of Scientific Realism. [Preprint]

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