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By A.. Khrennikov, A. Khrennikov

During this quantity, prime specialists in experimental in addition to theoretical physics (both classical and quantum) and chance thought provide their perspectives on many interesting (and nonetheless mysterious) difficulties concerning the probabilistic foundations of physics. the issues mentioned through the convention comprise Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox, Bell's inequality, realism, nonlocality, function of Kolmogorov version of likelihood thought in quantum physics, von Mises frequency concept, quantum details, computation, "quantum results" in classical physics.

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As Mielnik points out "experimentalists perform a lot of experiments, but none resembling an instantaneous check of particle position". , an optical bench or a potential) and is subsequently detected by a fixed detector, or a set of fixed detectors. If we are to describe operational means of measuring densities at some time instant, we will have to do so by such a typical setup. To produce anything remotely satisfactory, we will need a few assumptions. A first assumption is that if a particle is detected at some time instant to in position x, the intricate mechanism between the measurement apparatus and the particle that is responsible for its detection does not depend on to and in this sense, has no effect on the value of p(x,t).

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