Summary: Probing the Structure of Quantum Mechanics
Diederik Aerts, Marek Czachor and Thomas Durt
Center Leo Apostel (CLEA) and
Foundations of the Exact Sciences (FUND),
Brussels Free University, Krijgskundestraat 33,
1160 Brussels, Belgium.
Katedra Fizyki Teoretycznej i Metod
Matematycznych, Politechnika GdaŽnska,
ul. Narutowicza 11/12, 80-952 GdaŽnsk, Poland.
We believe that in the decades to come quantum theory will play an in-
creasingly important role for many different fields. One of the reasons is
that technology aims at manipulating and controlling information and en-
ergy in ever smaller regions of space and windows of time. As a consequence
the behavior of the entities to manipulate and control will become more and
more quantum. This means not only spectacular advances of new techniques
and outlooks on revolutionary applications, but also a constant stress and
attention on the theory of quantum mechanics itself.
It is well known that quantum mechanics has been scrutinized in all kind