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Quantum Mechanics: Structures, Axioms and Paradoxes

Summary: Quantum Mechanics: Structures,
Axioms and Paradoxes
Diederik Aerts
Center Leo Apostel,
Brussels Free University,
Krijgskundestraat 33,
1160 Brussels, Belgium.
e-mail: diraerts@vub.ac.be
We present an analysis of quantum mechanics and its problems and para-
doxes taking into account the results that have been obtained during the
last two decades by investigations in the field of `quantum structures re-
search'. We concentrate mostly on the results of our group FUND at
Brussels Free University. By means of a spin 1
model where the quantum
probability is generated by the presence of fluctuations on the interac-
tions between measuring apparatus and physical system, we show that the
quantum structure can find its origin in the presence of these fluctuations.
This appraoch, that we have called the `hidden measurement approach',


Source: Aerts, Diederik - Leo Apostel Centre, Vrije Universiteit Brussel


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