Interpreting the Quantum World
by Jeffrey Bub
This is a book about the interpretation of quantum mechanics, in particular how to resolve the measurement problem introduced by the orthodox interpretation of the theory. The heart of the book is a new result that shows how to construct all possible 'no collapse' interpretations, subject to certain natural constraints and the limitations imposed by the hidden variable the...more
Paperback, 308 pages
Published April 1st 1999 by Cambridge University Press
(first published May 28th 1997)
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