A Modal Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
Why is quantum logic not classical? In what sense is quantum theory indeterministic? How are mixed states related to pure states? What happens to measurement?
KeywordsQuantum Mechanic Quantum Theory Dynamical State Mixed State Pure State
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