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A discrete subquantum classical dynamics is used to show that the conventional definition of quantum probability can be regarded as being ‘reducible’. In terms of this basis, a solution is suggested to a difficulty which is encountered in the phase space theory of quantum processes and it is also indicated how a strictly measure theoretical approach to quantum path weighting could be achieved.
KeywordsField Theory Phase Space Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory Theoretical Approach
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