Topology lattice as quantum logic
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We discuss the relations between the lattice of topologies for the simplest case of a three-point set and quantum logic. A hypothetical “topologymeter” is considered as a measuring apparatus, and it is shown that it necessarily possesses some quantum features, such as complementarity.
KeywordsField Theory Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory Measuring Apparatus Quantum Logic
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