Entanglement, Information, and the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

  • Authors
  • Gregg Jaeger

Part of the The Frontiers Collection book series (FRONTCOLL)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Gregg Jaeger
    Pages 95-188
  3. Gregg Jaeger
    Pages 189-257
  4. Gregg Jaeger
    Pages 259-269
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 1-36

About this book


This book explores the nature of quantum entanglement and quantum information and their role in the quantum world. Their relations to a number of key experiments and thought experiments in the history of quantum physics are considered, as is a range of interpretations of quantum mechanics that have been put forward as a means of understanding the fundamental nature of microphysics - the traditionally accepted domain of quantum mechanics - and in some cases, the universe as a whole. In this way, the book reveals the deep significance of entanglement and quantum information for our understanding of the physical world.

This book is a major accomplishment and invaluable contribution -- Arkady Plotnitsky

An encyclopedic treatment of conceptual quantum mechanics as seen from a very up-to-date point of view --Tom Toffoli

A mine of ideas for physicists, philosophers, and all intellectuals interested in this scientific revolution -- Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano


Applications of quantum phenomena Entanglement and non-locality Philosophy of quantum mechanics Quantum information Quantum information processing Quantum paradoxes Technology and quantum physics probability quantum entanglement explained quantum mechanics

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