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Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (5)

Natural discrete differential calculus in physics  Philsci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited. on 2019-2-09 7:03pm GMT ROVELLI, Carlo (2019) Natural discrete differential calculus in physics. [Preprint] Lost in Math?  Philsci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited. on 2019-2-08 3:24am GMT Butterfield, Jeremy (2018) Lost in Math? [Preprint] Non-locality and quasiclassical reality in Kent’s formulation of relativistic quantum theory  Philsci-Archive:… Read more →

Topic for 2018 Int’l Workshop on Quantum Foundations

I would like to discuss the Relativistic Transactional Interpretation, specifically the explicit derivation of the Born Rule for radiative processes as presented in my recent paper with John Cramer (https://arxiv.org/abs/1711.04501). It appears clear that TI and RTI provide a physical account of measurement as well as a physical derivation of the Born Rule. Previous objections to TI (such as that… Read more →

Submission: Quantifying Absorption in the Transactional Interpretation

R. E. Kastner, John G. Cramer  3 Feb. 2018 Abstract: The Transactional Interpretation offers a solution to the measurement problem by identifying specific physical conditions precipitating the non-unitary `measurement transition’ of von Neumann. Specifically, the transition occurs as a result of absorber response (a process lacking in the standard approach to the theory).  The purpose of this Letter is to make… Read more →

Addendum to Quantum Wave Function Collapse of a System Having Three anti Commuting Elements

Abstract : We indicate a new way in the solution of the problem of the quantum measurement . In past papers we used the well-known formalism of the density matrix using an algebraic approach in a two states quantum spin system S, considering the particular case of three anticommuting elements. We demonstrated that, during the wave collapse, we have a… Read more →

Particle or wave: there is no evidence of single photon delayed choice

Michael Devereux (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Wheeler supposed that the way in which a single photon is measured in the present could determine how it had behaved in the past. He named such retrocausation delayed choice. Over the last forty years many experimentalists have claimed to have observed single-photon delayed choice. Recently, however, researchers have proven that the quantum wavefunction of a single photon… Read more →

A Reformulation of von Neumann’s Postulates on Quantum Measurement by Using Two Theorems in Clifford Algebra

Elio Conte According to a procedure previously introduced from Y. Ilamed and N. Salingaros, we start giving proof of two existing Clifford algebras, the Si that has isomorphism with that one of Pauli matrices and the Ni,±1 where Ni stands for the dihedral Clifford algebra. The salient feature is that we show that the Ni,±1 may be obtained from the Si algebra when we… Read more →