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New Perspectives in Quantum Foundations
Review of J. R. Hance and S. Hossenfelder, What does it take to solve the measurement problem?, J. Phys. Commun. 6 102001 (2022)
Review of S. Donadi and S. Hossenfelder, Toy model for local and deterministic wavefunction collapse PHYSICAL REVIEW A 106, 022212 (2022)
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Reviews of Recent Papers on the QMP
Review of J. R. Hance and S. Hossenfelder, What does it take to solve the measurement problem?, J. Phys. Commun. 6 102001 (2022)
Review of J. R. Hance and S. Hossenfelder, What does it take to solve the measurement problem?, J. Phys. Commun. […]
Review of S. Donadi and S. Hossenfelder, Toy model for local and deterministic wavefunction collapse PHYSICAL REVIEW A 106, 022212 (2022)
Review of S. Donadi and S. Hossenfelder, Toy model for local and deterministic wavefunction collapse PHYSICAL REVIEW A 106, 022212 […]
Review of R. Colbeck, R. Renner, No extension of quantum theory can have improved predictive power, Nature Communications 2:411 doi: 10.1038/ncomms1416 (2011).
Review of R. Colbeck, R. Renner, No extension of quantum theory can have improved predictive power, Nature Communications 2:411 (2011). […]
Review of A. V. Rau, J. A. Dunningham, K. Burnett, MeasurementInduced RelativePosition Localization Through Entanglement, Science 301, 1081 (2003).
Review of A. V. Rau, J. A. Dunningham, K. Burnett, MeasurementInduced RelativePosition Localization Through Entanglement, Science 301, 1081 (2003). Summary: […]
Review of D. Frauchiger and R. Renner, Quantum theory cannot consistently describe the use of Itself, Nature Communications 9 (1), 3711 (2018).
Review of D. Frauchiger and R. Renner, Quantum theory cannot consistently describe the use of Itself, Nature Communications 9 (1), […]
Review of N. Gisin, Collapse. What Else? in Collapse of the Wave Function, Edited by Shan Gao, Cambridge University Press 2018
Review of N. Gisin, Collapse. What Else? in Collapse of the Wave Function, Edited by Shan Gao, Cambridge University Press […]
Reviews of Recent Books on the QMP
Review of J.A. Wheeler and W.H. Zurek (editors), Quantum Theory and Measurement, Princeton University Press 1983.
Review of J.A. Wheeler and W.H. Zurek (editors), Quantum Theory and Measurement, Princeton University Press 1983. Summary: Wheeler and Zurek […]
Review of S. Weinberg, Third Thoughts, 2018 and related comments by N.D. Mermin, 2019
Review of S. Weinberg, Third Thoughts, 2018 and related comments by N.D. Mermin, 2019 Summary: The book presents Weinberg’s viewpoints […]
Review of Lewis, Peter J. Quantum Ontology: A Guide to the Metaphysics of Quantum Mechanics, 2016
Review of Lewis, Peter J. Quantum Ontology: A Guide to the Metaphysics of Quantum Mechanics, 2016 Summary: Lewis presents an […]
Review of: J. Bricmont, Making Sense of Quantum Mechanics, Springer, 2016.
Review of: J. Bricmont, Making Sense of Quantum Mechanics, Springer, 2016. Summary: The book initially examines superposition and interference. This […]
Review of: Becker, Adam. What Is Real?: The Unfinished Quest for the Meaning of Quantum Physics, 2018.
Review of: Becker, Adam. What Is Real?: The Unfinished Quest for the Meaning of Quantum Physics, 2018. Summary: The book […]
Review of S. Gao, The Meaning of the Wave Function: In Search of the Ontology of Quantum Mechanics, 2017.
Review of S. Gao, The Meaning of the Wave Function: In Search of the Ontology of Quantum Mechanics, 2017. Summary: […]
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The Quantum Measurement Problem
“... Steiner and Rendell present a detailed mathematical argument that the Schrödinger equation on its own cannot normally lead to an outcome that resembles a random measurement event...its conclusion is quite important since some eminent physicists, such as Feynman, seem to have believed otherwise...The most important chapter of the book is devoted to a thorough and extensive survey of all the approaches to the measurement problem...These are all presented, discussed and evaluated in a very extensive collection that is more complete than in many other works on the subject...The historical discussion is very readable and informative in its own right, and of great value to have. It includes quite a lot of material that I had not encountered before…This book is idiosyncratic but full of information, and its treatment of the quantum physics is in my opinion comprehensive, sound and reasonable...It is a book, then, that will be helpful to openminded experts in the field, on the whole, and for those who seek to embark on further research in this area."
Peter J. Bussey, Book Review: The quantum measurement problem, Contemporary Physics (2018)
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